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Oro Jacket

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Our sub-100g, fully waterproof, exceptionally breathable road cycling jacket. Stow it in your rear jersey pocket ready for chilly descents and unexpected downpours.


French aviator and adventurer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once declared “perfection is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away." While Saint-Exupéry is better known for flying rather than riding, we know his impeccable design sensibilities align perfectly with the new 7mesh Oro Jacket.

Built from revolutionary GORE-TEX® Active fabric with SHAKEDRY™ technology, the Oro easily achieves a previously unheard-of milestone: a truly waterproof breathable jacket that cracks the 100-gram barrier. We chose the lightest, most breathable fabric GORE-TEX® offers. Then we paired it with intricate patterning to reduce seam bulk, a direct-laminated zipper innovated in partnership with our suppliers, a welded raw hem edge, 360-degree reflectivity, and multipurpose vents and pocket. The resulting package weighs in at an incredible 93 grams, size medium.



  • GORE-TEX® Active with SHAKEDRY™ product technology 
  • #3 Reverse Coil Front Zip with custom slider


  • 93g


  • Pass-through vent that allow access to jersey pockets 
  • Built-in stuff/storage pocket
  • Raw edge hem with 360 degree reflectivity 
  • 8mm finish taped seams 
  • Reflective logo

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  1. “The Oro is easily the best lightweight waterproof that I've ever tested”

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  2. “Incredibly light, remarkably waterproof; the 7mesh Oro jacket really can do it all. ”

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  3. “Absurdly light and yet superbly waterproof - now that's impressive...”

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Product Reviews

  1. Beautiful, waterproof, super lightweight

    A truly beautifully designed jacket. Clean, race fitting, completely waterproof, crazy light and as breathable as a totally waterproof jacket can get. Yes it’s delicate and expensive, but worth it.
  2. Oro or Misery

    Yesterday I competed in the Weymouth 70.3. The weather was truly miserable with more than half of the pro field dropping out. I am not racing at the front of the field but I was wearing my Oro. I barely noticed the 50 km/h winds or the torrential rain and in those brief moments when the rain stopped and the sun came out I barely noticed I was wearing the Oro. As the wind blew branches off the trees and the rain washed gravel across the road the Oro kept me dry (the neckline is a work of genius) and grinding out miles - without it I am not so sure I would have finished.

    So a massive thank you and please keep up the great work - we really do appreciate the awesome kit that you produce.