- Fully Adjustable Hood Fits Over Helmet
- Zippered Internal Pocket with Media Port
- Water-Resistant Zippers
- Water-Resistant and Two Way-Separating Front Zipper
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Hybrid Mapped Construction
- Hand Pockets Set Above Hip Belt Or Harness
- Dual Zippered Napoleon Pockets
- Drawcord Hem
- Double-Sliding TorsoFlo™ Hem-to-Bicep Zippers
- Hook/Loop Cuff Closures
- Fully Seam Taped
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: 100% nylon, 3-layer 70D GORE-TEX® fabric: 70D Pro shoulders and upper sleeve panel; 70D GORE-TEX® with Paclite® technology body
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 19.5oz / 552g (L)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Trax)
It is a quality jacket that after many uses in harsh conditions performs very well. I bought it for rain, but use it for every type of adverse weather.
(Posted on 8/29/13)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By PoloRicanBX)
Great construction with an awesome roomy fit. Ultra waterproof and light. Nice amount of pockets for storage, however they're a bit small. Originally I purchased a TNF Meru Jacket, but the lack of pockets made me return it for this one. Glad I did. Plan on owning this one for a while.
(Posted on 2/2/13)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Paul)
The Furio Jacket maintains OR's reputation by using only the finest materials, namely a hybrid combination of Gore-Tex Paclite and Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabrics. The Furio jacket works well as a layering shell over top a fleece, soft-shell, or insulated jacket. However, the Furio jacket does not collapse well into its own chest packet as well as the OR Foray Jacket.
(Posted on 10/20/12)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By teege)
the furio jacket is one excellent combination of materials and design. I was looking for a jacket that would stand up to the heavy rain on the trail yet wouldn't be so heavy and bulky that I wouldn't want to carry it. well the furio hit that mark. the paclite body is excellent and have yet to bleed after many hours and trips in rain. It breathes really well too. the hem zippers from pit to waist are awesome for poncho style draping the jacket over your pack. the pro shell shoulders keep the rain out under the weight of a full pack, which was a problem i found with other jackets. its a durable shell for what it is too i tend to take on a little extra weight in my gear if it means it'll be more durable in the field. it hasn't pulled yet after encountering many bushes and branches that would see the material rip. the higher pockets are nice because they're still accessible over a harness when you're climbing. and the nice little OR touches like articulated arms, helmet compatible adjustable hood round out his jacket. I am 6'3" and 210lbs. the large fits me just like i want it too. enough room for a base and mid layer without any extra bulk. the sleeves also fit my long arms so that made me happy :) all in all my go to shell for any outdoor activity. If you need a do it all and come back for more shell this is it.
(Posted on 1/21/11)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Bergotronic)
I have rode mountain bike trails, climbed frozen waterfalls, and climbed big rocks in this thing and it has held up perfectly over the last 6 months. Being winter, I wear the thing ever day over a softshell and it still looks brand new. Stylish, comfortable, and impervious to rain / wind.
(Posted on 1/6/11)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Matt)
I've had this jacket on a number of backpacking/backcountry excursions and it has held up very well. In fact, it still looks practically new.It keeps me dry when it's raining and it keeps me warm when it's windy, just as a good hardshell should. As with any Gore-Tex product it's not overly breathable during heavy physical activity, but the full length side zips are a big plus.I'm 5'11" and the medium fits perfectly with a good amount of room underneath for layers. Great jacket that will continue to find its way into my pack.
(Posted on 12/12/10)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Ben)
I'm a skinny guy with long arms (+6" index) and this is one of the few jackets I've been able to get that fits in both the body and the arms. The sleeve ends have a great detail that they taper from the inside to the outside so people with shorter arms will find the sleeves don't get in the way and people with long arms will still find adequate length. All in all this is a very thoughtfully designed jacket with several really useful details. It has the full zip seams on the side so backpacking in the rain is great, you can wear it like a poncho, cover your straps and keep moving. Important for this rainy part of the country. I've used it for wet road bike rides and found it breathable enough to handle a high level of aerobic activity. This is one of those don't leave home without it jackets.
(Posted on 12/11/10)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Dave)
This jacket is incredible in snow and water. The hood and wrists are adjustable so you can tighten them down to keep the water out. The mix of Paclite and Pro Shell are awesome. The jacket is kept light while still being very abrasion resistant where you need it to be. The TorsoFlo zips are incredible and makes backpacking in the rain fun! The only downside I noticed is it can feel a little "boxy" and the sleeves are kind of baggy. It's great for fitting layers underneath, but it doesn't have the slim athletic fit other shells have. Other than that, the jacket is unstoppable.
(Posted on 12/9/10)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Seamstress)
Our rescue team wanted a team jacket that could handle the rigors of mountain rescue. After a long search, we selected the Furio. It is light enough to bring along "just in case". When the mountain dumps on us, it keeps us dry despite the ugly conditions we routinely operate in. When the time came to make the purchase, every member happily ponied up the cash. After a full year of use, the jackets still look like new, perform like new, and show no signs of abuse from the heavy loads, dense brush, and abrasive rock that we encounter on every mission.
(Posted on 12/9/10)
- Men's Furio Jacket (Review by By Turk)
I have taken this shell on many adventures and it has never let me down. It has been packn w me many times in pouring rain for days at a a time and I have stayed bone dry. It's light enough to throw in my pack even if I don't think I will need it. On a 5 day trip in Arkansas it rained the whole time my buddies other brand gore tex jacket had soaked through but I was dry and warm in my furio. So good I bought the pants too, but that's another review!
(Posted on 12/5/10)