Mission Workshop: The Orion Waterproof Jacket Dec 7, 2010


I showed you this jacket back in my Interbike 2010 coverage and it’s finally live on the Mission Workshop site. Here are the details:

A slim-fit, seam-sealed, waterproof jacket cut for life on the bike.

* Fully taped waterproof / breathable shell
* 4-way stretch Schoeller c_change™ fabric
* Internal iPod pocket
* External cell phone pocket
* Front-zipped hand pockets
* Touring-style zippered rear pocket
* Removable snap-off hood
* Cut slightly longer in the back
* Articulated sleeves for riding.
* Pit-zip ventilation
* Made in Canada

Schoeller c_change™ fabric actively responds to varying climates, both internal and external. In high temperatures the fabric opens, pushing excess heat out and increasing breathability. In cool temperatures, the fabric retains heat. Keeping you as comfortable as possible, no matter the activity or forecast.

Grab one here. At this pricepoint, you’ve got a life-long companion with the Orion. These were made by Arcteryx’s old facilities in Vancouver so expect the highest quality!

  • Joe

    DAMN 4 bills for that, nice ass coat but waaay too much for me to drop down. I will stick with layering.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/astallasryan Ryan

    I agree with Joe. I’d rather stick with my Swrve Milwaukee ES any day! It does the trick, and its way less expensive.

  • sammy bammy hammy tammy wammy shammy clammy

    Ol’ Ryan above me has the right idea. Swrve all the way. mission is cool and all but not $400 cool.

  • chris

    jesus, for $400 i’d rather just get wet.