- Water Resistant
- Wind Resistant
- Fully Adjustable and Removable Hood
- Internal Front Stormflap
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Zippered Internal Pocket
- Drawcord Hem
- Thigh-Length Cut
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: Pertex® Shield+ 2L, 68% polyester, 32% nylon 40D ripstop shell // 100% nylon, 44D embossed taffeta body and sleeve lining // 100% polyester 20D ripstop hood lining // 650 fill power goose down insulation
CENTER BACK LENGTH: 34¾” / 88 cm (M)
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 21.5oz / 608g (M)
- Four stars (Review by WesternWA)
This jacket is a nice winter layer. It is warm (but not too warm - dont expect it to be an arctic layer) and water resistant (not water proof). Unfortunately, the zipper quality is not great and it gets stuck when trying to zip up. But, it does have a zip from the top and bottom feature, which is great when trying to get into your under layers. I am a small (5'6", 125) and found that this jacket is sized perfectly with room for an underlayer. The "Orchid" color is more purple is person than on the web, but still a nice color.
(Posted on 12/11/14)
- Back again! (Review by Jules)
I haggled over all the great jackets but I just couldn't get past how much I loved my Aria Storm Parka. I suffered a broken zipper last year (hey, it happens) and when it came time to pick a new jacket I ordered this again! I love it. I am wearing right now. This is a great jacket. One note would be if you have cyclist thighs like I do you might want to consider a large if you are on the fence. I went with Medium over Large this year and while it fits better everywhere else the hip/thigh region is a little snug. I am use to this though and if you have this "issue" then you probably are too. Just a heads up!
(Posted on 10/30/14)
- Loved this jacket (Review by Jules)
I bought this jacket a size too big due to it being out of stock in my standard size. Even with the larger size this jacket was my everyday jacket. It kept me warm and dry during all the polar vortexes. I loved it so much I would ride my bicycle in it even though the longer shape kept getting caught on my saddle during dismount. I did notice some feathers shedding but nothing that deters me from wanting a new one. My zipper did break just a week ago. Too bad OR is out of these in warranty stock but that just means I have to send it in and choose a new jacket! I love OR products. I own three jackets and several accessories.
(Posted on 3/11/14)
- No feathers here (Review by TS)
This is my second winter with the Aria Storm Parka as my casual around-town jacket. Unlike other reviewers, I have not found this jacket to shed any feathers with almost daily use. I love this coat- it is warm enough for low activity in Northeast winters without being bulky or unflattering.
(Posted on 1/14/14)
- Not For Me (Review by Disappointed)
I purchased the Aria Storm Parka after speaking about whether the feathers leaking problem was taken care of. Assured that it was, ordered it and on first inspection, there were feathers sticking out of the inside collar. After trying it on to see how it fits, saw several feathers on my black vest (purposely wore black). Had to pay for return shipping. The jacket is rather slim and somewhat thin. Would love to see the Orchid color in a waterproof insulated parka warm enough to wear in the wintertime.
(Posted on 12/16/13)