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Men's San Juan Jacket


Weather-shielding soft shell protection that makes the perfect companion to rugged backcountry ski tours
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR cobalt/naval blue
SIZE: S - In stock
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Inspired by the dry snow of the Colorado Rockies, the San Juan Jacket is the weather-shielding soft shell you've been looking to add to your alpine collection. A simple, streamlined 100% polyester 75D double weave fabric gives you the weather resistance, breathability, and movement-mirroring stretch you need to excel in extended ski tours, climbs, and alpine ascents that demand your highest level of exertion. Add to that: A fully adjustable hood that fits over your ski helmet, internal Shove-It™ pockets to stash skins and keep gear from freezing, and elastic cuffs and hem that trap in heat and keep out the cold. The San Juan Jacket is your best bet for versatile functionality in the alpine.
Fabric :
100% polyester 75D double weave
Center Back Length :
29¾” / 75 cm
Weight :
19.1oz / 542g Avg weight for size L
Fabric Performance :
Movement-Mirroring Stretch
Design Features :
Fully Adjustable Hood
Helmet Compatible Hood
Two Internal Shove-It™ Pockets
Lycra Cuff Gusset
Zip Chest Pockets
Zip Hand Pockets
Functional Details :
Single-Separating Front Zipper
Elastic Drawcord Hem
Elastic Cuffs


Great backcounty jacket


This jacket is sweet. It fits great; I'm 6'1 170 lbs and a large is roomy but not bulky. It breathes great, is lightweight, and tough as I have already had some brushes with trees and no tears or marks. I haven't had to deal with any heavy snow or rain(and I would go with a waterproof shell anyway), but in light blowing snow it has been great. Did I mention it breathes! This is by far my go-to backcountry piece.

Golden, CO


Great Jacket at a great price


This jacket is a great ski jacket for clear days on the sloops. Its super light weight and breathable. If you add a thermal layer underneath ifs very warm, and seems to keep the wind out. I'm 5 11 and 180 lbs. I found the large a bit too big, but could make it work. I now have a medium which is a better fit. I can wear a pretty thick under layer underneath with out sacrificing movement and comfort. The wrists are not adjustable, but they do have some stretch. I wish it had two draw strings but only has one on one side of the coat.

Nova Scotia Canada


I love it, but it's a new design that could use tuning


I use it for SAR and winter backcountry sports. The material is super durable (except under the arms, where focus is on durability). I'm not afraid to bushwack or climb with it. This is clearly an active layer with a trim fit: you'll be able to wear a decently thick merino shirt under that, but not much more. This is great as it avoid fabric bunching up and being in the way but will require that any additional laters go over it. The pockets are super functional, love it. I with it had pit zips for additional breathability.



Solid backcountry jacket


Solid softshell jacket for backcountry travel. Blocks the wind and light snow while being breathable. 4 chest pockets is plenty. I like the cuffs. They hold snug to my wrist while wearing gloves. As a splitboarder, cuffs tend to slip up when I strap in. Not a problem with this jacket.

Porltand Oregon


Great light jacket, but "trim fit" taken to extreme in arms


I have been an OR Pro for almost 10 years, and truly appreciate OR's efforts to build great outdoor clothing. I liked the intent of this design (high exertion, breathable, wind resistant) - and its all of that. Fabric, stitching/construction, pocket & hood design (I'm major picky about pockets) are all top notch. Reaching and arm movement was good with light layers. What I find difficult to digest is how skinny the arms are, especially lower arms. I am 5' 8", 145 pounds, athletic build, and the sleeves/jacket body were the right length in size M, which I wear in most brands and layers. I just measured my forearm at about 10" circumference (no popeye arms here, huh?). The lower arms were quite snug with just a midweight capilene and a lightweight merino sweater, bicep area a little less so. Not sure how a person with more arm bulk will fare. No way a mid-weight fleece (even a stretch fleece) is going to feel right under this jacket, just room for a couple layers of long underwear - so this becomes more of a mild-weather piece IMHO, or appropriate for high-exertion moments, after which you can throw a puffy over it. TRY IT ON BEFORE YOU BUY! I feel this jacket could be incredibly versatile with some more room for a mid-weight layer, as it otherwise really well designed. Recommended only with a fit-test with whatever layers you might wear during your favorite outdoor sport.

Western Montana


Soft shell


I usually size medium. The medium was really tight fit so I sized up. No pit zips. Waist draw string could be detailed better by having two draw strings that terminate in each pocket. Highly breathable fabric. Water resistant in snow storms.



Thoroughly impressed


I am almost surprised by how much I love this jacket. Material is durable and well made. Blocks the wind and more water resistant than I expected. Will be a great outer layer for dryer and warmer ski days. The sleeves are a bit tight to layer. 5'11 185 and the medium fits great. Get a large if you want to layer under it.




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Size & Fit Guide


Measurement shown in:
CHEST 33”84 37”94 40”102 43”109 46”117 49”124
WAIST 27”69 30”76 32.5”83 36”91 39”99 43”109
HIPS 33.5”85 36.5”93 39”99 42”107 46”117 48.5”123
INSEAM 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
SLEEVE LENGTH 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
*All sizing is based on your body measurement.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.