The Nina for El Niño.

Most skiers don't dare say its name in fear of cursing what could possibly be the snowiest season in the past 18 years, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't prepare for the best, and the Orage Women's Nina Jacket certainly fits the bill no matter how much snow the States see this season. A waterproof, breathable Prime 20 membrane with fully taped seams keeps you dry during the largest powder days of the year, and it still keeps you comfortable when the mountain looks bone-dry.

Orage crafted the Nina Jacket with a four-way stretch twill shell to ensure mobility on the slopes. Body-mapped insulation places more warmth where you need it, and less warmth where you don't. Long zippers under each arm give ventilated airflow, and the protective powder skirt stretches for complete coverage. The hood adjusts over helmets or beanies, and it removes for bluebird days. There are wrist gaiters with thumbholes and pockets specifically designed for goggles and smartphones.

  • Prime 20 membrane
  • Fully taped seams
  • Four-way stretch twill shell
  • Body-mapped insulation
  • Underarm vents
  • Stretch powder skirt
  • Removable, adjustable, helmet-compatible hood
  • Wrist gaiters with thumbholes
  • Insulated media and mesh goggle pockets
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Unanswered Question

Hi I'm trying to order the jacket for my daughter she's a US 6, should I order size S or M

I just ordered the Nina jacket and it arrived today. Is there no headphone outlet in this jacket? The smartphone tether is great, but it's missing a key feature if I can't connect my helmet speakers.


Orage does not quote this as having a headphone outlet. I suggest getting the wireless, bluetooth headphones for your helmet, from Outdooor Tech or Smith. Not only are they slick and super easy to use, but you can wear whatever jackets you want.

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