Obermeyer Riley Jacket (Women's)

Obermeyer Riley Jacket (Women's) -
  • Back of jacket
  • Detail view
  • Left inside pocket
  • Right inside pocket
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Product Details    




Loose: Also known as baggy, loose-fitting garments allow for ultra-free body movement.

1 - 4: Great for temperatures 30°F and up.

1 - 4: Great for dry to light snow, offers limited protection, great for everyday wear.

Style: 01106

The Obermeyer Riley jacket is cut for a loose fit, leaving you all the room you need to go big or kick back. Articulated elbows and full-motion sleeve construction also make it easier to move freely, and a ventilation system helps you cool off when all that moving around heats you up. A powder skirt, seam sealing, and waterproof fabric come together to keep moisture out, and ComforMax® insulation keeps warmth in. Everything is where it should be.

  • Waterproof (5,000 mm) and breathable (5,000 g)
  • Insulated with ComforMax® (80 g)
  • Critical seams sealed against moisture
  • Ventilation lets you better control the temperature in the jacket
  • Removable hood
  • Zippered chest pocket
  • Articulated elbows create a natural fit that's easy to move in
  • Powder skirt keeps moisture out of the jacket when the snow is deep
  • Interior Lycra cell phone pocket
  • Freeride fit

Questions and Answers

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"What is the length on this coat? Is the Niki by obermeyer about the same length? "
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Question by mary on 8/17/2010 - 9:11 am
"Both jackets mid-length. The center-back length of the Riley jacket is 27.5 inches, whereas the center-back length of the Niki jacket is 26.5 inches."
Answer by Danielle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/17/2010 - 2:08 pm
"Is this a ski or board jacket? Are there lower pockets on both sides and are they open or zippered?"
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Question by Elena on 1/22/2011 - 8:23 pm
"This is a ski jacket, however its fit is loose enough to use it also for snowboarding."
Answer by lift line shredder (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/25/2011 - 8:34 am
"With a loose fit, will my regular size jacket give me room for layers? Not sure if I should size up or not."
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Question by Sandy on 1/25/2011 - 8:59 pm
"Take a look at the Sizing Chart and use that to determine your size. As long as you order per the chart, the fit should account for extra layers underneath. "
Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/27/2011 - 3:05 pm
"Is there a sleeve pocket for a lift ticket?"
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Question by Mary on 11/3/2011 - 8:31 am
"There is no sleeve pocket in this jacket. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/3/2011 - 4:44 pm
"Is this jacket warm enough for Colorado ski trip in February?"
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Question by Becky on 3/13/2012 - 11:04 am
"Everybody's warmth rating is different. Some people get colder than others it depends on your own body. This jacket has 80 grams of insulation so it should be enough for your ski trip. We always recommend to layer underneath so you can remove layers in case it gets too hot or vice versa."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/13/2012 - 11:39 am
"Would this jacket be warm enough for the winter in Toronto?"
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Question by Natalie on 4/29/2012 - 8:36 pm
"This jacket only has 80g of insulation which is on the lighter side. As you have such a long winter season in Toronto, I would definitely purchase a permanent fleece mid layer to get you through Dec-Feb, which you can then remove and use the jacket solo in the milder winter months."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/30/2012 - 12:17 pm

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