OrageJasmine Jacket - Women's

Makes the coldest days warm.

If it weren't for the bone-chilling temperatures, you'd probably be having the best ski day of your life, but if your jacket was the Orage Women's Jasmine jacket, you'd have absolutely nothing to complain about. Insulated with down in the body and Primaloft synthetic insulation in the arms, the Jasmine makes the coldest days in the mountain feel nice and warm. To keep moisture from snow out, the Jasmine features a Primed 20 two-layer shell along with strategically sealed seams. The hood is helmet compatible and the stretch powder skirt provides a snow-tight closure. The sleeves are equipped with stretch cuff gaiters for a seamless fit between the cuffs and gloves, while an internal media pocket keeps your favorite music close at hand. 

  • Prime 20 shell (two-layer)
  • Down insulated body
  • Primaloft Sport insulated sleeves
  • Critical seams taped
  • Regular fit
  • Helmet-compatible hood
  • Powder skirt
  • Thumbholes
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

My Second Orage Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XS

There aren't a ton of Orage reviews out there- so I figured I'd write one in hopes it helps anyone.



I bought my first Orage jacket four years ago, and have worn the crap out of it. It's still AWESOME but it is black and has faded pretty badly (I've washed it a lot) so I picked this one up. I'll keep wearing the black one in cruddy conditions because I won't care as much about preserving it now.



Anyway, onto this newer model jacket. I figured why not try the one out with "all the bells and whistles" and snagged it on sale. It's lightweight, warm, and fits my frame nicely. I don't feel like I'm wearing a boxy ski jacket. My only complaint is the zipper is a minor pain to get lined up perfectly to zip up.



5'6 115lbs bought an XS and fits a long sleeve and additional thin layering underneath.



My Second Orage Jacket