Known for its angling gear, Orvis is no fish out of water when it comes to everyday apparel that performs in various temperatures. Some of its bestsellers include insulated layers and fleeces to keep you cozy during fall and winter excursions.
Below, we run through an overview of the brand’s top-selling gear. Whether you want a technical jacket or a comfy flannel, you’ll find it from Orvis just in time for your holiday travel and adventures.
Orvis Men’s Apparel & Gear
This lined and insulated fishing hoodie is part of the Orvis PRO collection. That’s code for dripping with high-performance tech, like the jacket’s body-mapped stretch insulation (80g PrimaLoft Gold Active) with breathable insulation (80g Polartec Alpha insulation) in the side panels and underarms. These insulations work together to regulate body heat and move moisture out through the sides to provide greater comfort in a wider range of temps.
The jacket’s shell is a ripstop nylon with some stretch and is coated to shield you from wind and weather. It has two fleece-lined pockets that zip up and an internal zippered security pocket that works as a stuff sack for transport.
These snap sweatshirts sandwich polyester insulation between two cotton layers. That keeps a softer shell against the skin while allowing the insulation to trap enough body heat to fend off breezes and brisk conditions. The classic fit and quilted pattern combines tried-and-true function with a slightly dressier style.
Orvis takes a traditional approach to its flannels. It’s made with pure cotton flannel that’s brushed, a faux-suede trim on the neckband, and two button-through patch chest pockets. The Perfect Flannel comes in many patterns, so you may be tempted to get more than one.
Ahh, the vest. Perfect for when you want to keep your core warm and still enjoy a full range of motion with your arms. Orvis took that concept and made it from recycled materials.
The polyester ripstop shell protects the vest’s packable PrimaLoft Gold insulation that retains its warming properties even when wet. The shell also has a DWR coating to shed light snow or rain. Additionally, the vest has lined handwarmer pockets and waist cinches, and it packs down into its zippered interior pocket.
Enjoy the versatility of fleece with this quarter-zip pullover. The fleeced back’s air pockets trap heat and allow moisture to escape, keeping you warm and dry during most everyday pursuits.
Raglan sleeves add a range of motion to the fleece’s design and work around side seams to reduce chafing while on the move. The extended back hem provides full coverage, and its quarter-zip neck allows you to dump excess heat. There’s also a zippered vertical pocket for securing valuables like a phone.
Another quarter-zip pullover, but this time it taps the natural temperature regulation (and odor resistance) of merino wool for performance in various temperatures and conditions. This latest update tweaked the fit and uses wool sourced from farms with sustainable practices.
Totes provide a simple solution for packing essentials or oddly sized items during travel. They make a nice reusable shopping bag, too. This Orvis tote is made with a heavier polyester for durability, and its PVC backing means it wipes clean more easily than a fabric bag.
Interior pockets help you stay organized by keeping small items within reach. The top zips shut for a more secure carry, and there’s a roller sleeve for sliding the tote onto the handle of your carry-on luggage.
Keep all your toiletries organized in this arguably overbuilt travel kit. It’s made from a water-resistant, 100% recycled CORDURA re/cor fabric, just like you’d find on an Orvis fishing pack. The 600-denier fabric gets reinforced by 800-denier nylon in the kit’s high-wear areas.
Beyond the tough exterior, the kit includes a divider and mesh side pocket for organization and has a large main compartment for carrying larger items.
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