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Oro Jacket

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The first Gore-Tex shell to break the 100 gram barrier.

Features

Materials

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

Weight 

  • 93g

Features

  • 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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It's all in the details.

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.

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

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  2. “The 7mesh Oro jacket really can do it all”

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  3. “The 7mesh Oro takes the very best weatherproof tech from fabric masters Gore to achieve total waterproofness despite its astounding light weight”

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DWR

DWR

Durable Water Repellency (DWR) refers to chemical treatments applied to fabrics to increase their resistance to water absorption. DWR chemical penetrates into the fibers and binds there, protecting the textile so that water beads and rolls off the outer layer rather than being absorbed. This helps keep fabric surfaces dry and clean, which in turn allows fabrics to main their waterproof and breathable characteristics. Significant changes to DWR chemistry are currently being developed, with reputable manufacturers and brands phasing out the use of “C8” based DWR treatments that may have negative environmental impacts. 7mesh works with vendors to ensure we use the best DWR treatments available; our fabrics do not use any C8-based DWRs.