- 650 Fill Power Goose Down
- Water Resistant
- Fully Adjustable Hood
- Internal Front Zip Stormflap
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Internal Zippered Pocket
- Stretch Binding at Cuffs
- Drawcord Hem
- Stuff Sack Included
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: 100% polyester, 20D, ripstop shell and lining, 650 fill power down insulation
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 13.0oz / 368g (M)
- Just what I wanted (Review by LC)
Super light, perfect for layering, backpacking, belaying, and everything else. AWESOME warranty. When I had an issue with mine, the return and replacement was super easy. Easy to wear over or under other things, and great on it's own.
(Posted on 3/17/15)
- Live in this jacket (Review by Nikki Fuerte)
I got this jacket in the Apple Green and I just love it. It keeps me very warm on dawn patrol dog walks (thank you hand warmer pockets!), backcountry ski jaunts, en route to work. I get a lot of compliments from all sorts of people too, from steazy skiers to old school loggers. It's really bright and cheery, which is great on grey gloomy days. It's a well-thought out, lightweight, warm jacket that transitions well from work to play.
(Posted on 12/2/14)
- Love this Jacket (Review by AK Skier)
I have been super impressed with this jacket. I bought it last year, one of my first OR winter wear purchases, and I love it. Down has stayed puffy, the color is great, it's warm but packable, nice details. Hood is really nice and the balance b/t performance and style is really perfect. Can't recommend highly enough. I am 5'9, 130, and the M is a great fit.
(Posted on 1/18/14)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Debs Nutrition)
I wore this jacket on many adventures but during Raid the North Extreme my team had to sleep up on a ledge of a mountain in BC at about 10,000+feet and between my jacket, my teammate, and my bivy I stayed warm throughout the night. I also wore this jacket on a recent 100 mile endurance run -The Bear 100 Endurance Run - in Logan, Utah. Temps in the night dropped down to 23 degrees and this jacket kept me warm throughout the wind, snow and ice and a top ten female finish. I love it and highly recommend it.
(Posted on 10/6/13)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Mountain Jane)
This jacket made its way to my closet last year. Since then I have had it winter hiking, a snowshoeing, skiing, as well as bitter cold walks on the beach and around town. I have found the two large pockets inside the jacket ideal for water and the inner zipping pocket for keys, cellphone, iPod or GPS pretty handy. I have also had many compliments on this jacket. I think the only improvement I would make is to add another inner pocket for things you dont need all of the time, but that is a minor thing for the best jacket my closet has seen.
(Posted on 12/3/12)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By G who Skis)
This is a great fitting and great looking jacket, but it's been incredibly annoying that it constantly looses feathers. My jacket has thinned out and always leaves whatever I'm wearing underneath it covered in feathers. If the quality of the material was a little better and this coat didn't "leak," I'd probably give it 5 stars.
(Posted on 1/25/11)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Aslan)
My wife uses this coat more than any other, and she owns alot of coats. Her only gripe is that the zippers don't come with big enough pull tabs. For a coat designed to be used in cold weather, it should be more glove compatible. The OR lotus flower has rubbed off, but that is of no real consequence. This would get a 5 star rating if the zippers were upgraded. In true OR Fashion, an otherwise great buy.
(Posted on 1/9/11)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Margo Talbot)
One of my top choices in the Outdoor Research women's line. It is the most versatile insulation layer that I own. It is small and light enough to stuff and clip onto my harness when ice climbing, warm enough to belay in when I can't afford to bring any more bulk, and light enough to wear over or under my climbing shell on really cold days. The fit is athletically superb: wide in the shoulders and upper back area, tapering perfectly at the waist.
(Posted on 12/14/10)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Sarah)
Living in Canmore, I see just about every woman walking around with one of these jackets on. They are a versatile and good looking lightweight hoody that is perfect for getting around town. With a ton of pockets, great variety of colors, and a comfy fit, I find myself wearing mine daily. I have also used it a ton as an emergency layer in the summer on rock multipitches and in the alpine because it is so lightweight. Despite all my packing, shoving and squishing, the jacket is really holding up. I think due to the copius stitching however, occasional feathers flee the jacket:)
(Posted on 12/12/10)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Redbomb)
I love the fit and look of the jacket. However, the jacket is constantly losing feathers....very annoying. I wear the jacket everyday for a number of activities. (x-crountry skiing, snowboarding, hiking & skating) This is my second year using my jacket and I know it won't last much longer....:(((
(Posted on 12/10/10)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By Jess)
A great warm layer to throw on during a cold day rock climbing, or during a rest break in the alpine. I also bring it along for ski tours, nice to have a light weight warm jacket to take wherever your adventure take you.
(Posted on 12/10/10)
- Women's Aria Hoody™ (Review by By James)
I bought this jacket for my ever-hip, ever-picky wife, and she loves it. The jacket is always in our pack and car on almost every outing. It is lightweight and packs down and the best thing she was stoked on is that the jacket does not have that overly-puffy look.
(Posted on 12/9/10)