Waterproof and breathable. It's the ultimate solution - now available in our pinnacle running jacket. Per usual, it starts with a five-star fabric; in this case from the scientists at Schoeller, a global leader in high performance, technical fabrics. As a 2.5 layered laminate, Schoeller's e3+ Protection Plus is designed specifically for high intensity output in high intensity weather. As you heat up, the textured interior keeps the fabric from sticking to your skin, while the specially designed laminate moves heat and moisture through the fabric while preventing rain and wetness from entering on the surface. To literally, seal the deal, all zippers are 100% waterproof, and every seam has been sealed, so no water can leak in. Add adjustability at the hood and hem, and it's the ultra lightweight water-proof shell that's ready for anything.

- waterproof
- hood and hem adjustability
- taped seams
- zippered hand pockets
- elastic-finished wrist
- 24" body length (size small)

Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
Nice Jacket Poor Quality

I purchased the 2020 version of this coat. I've used it for many runs - long, short, cold, and wet. It has become my go to jacket. The bright orange works great as it becomes dark. I love the color, I love the cut, and I love the style. It does fine in the rain (nothing is completely waterproof). I've carefully washed it by hand with mild soap and air dried it after it's been through several runs. I really like Oiselle's products. I feel they are well thought out for what runners need. But, the quality of the material and quality of the work for this coat is very poor. Especially for what it costs. This is not an inexpensive jacket and for the price, I expected it to hold up for at least 3 - 5 years. In less than a year the elastic on both wrists has flatten out to a point where I cannot read my watch. I find myself rolling up the sleeve so I can see the screen. Now my arm is cold or wet which defeats the purpose of wearing a jacket. It's disappointing. I expected for this price it would have held up better.

Water Repellent Game Changer!

As a cross country coach who has to stand outside in the weather and run around to coach my kids, this jacket is a game changer! Keeping me super dry and warm while also staying breathable, I absolutely loved having this in my closet and reached for it all the time!

Love this jacket so much I bought it twice!

I bought the Say Anything Jacket last year since I was in need of something a little more waterproof and not quite as lightweight as my Vim Jacket. I bought the Crackle and have been so happy with it, it really feels like a premium and kind of "pinnacle" piece. It is the real-deal running jacket for shitty/wet weather. I like to layer this over a long sleeve in the winter when it gets really cold and wet and windy and truly, it's been super. Taped seams really "seal the deal" (haha). I wished they had this in Black last year and so when I saw this year they indeed made this in Black I had to get it - kind of splurge to buy a second one, but definitely worth it for winter weather. I use it for walking and running, so having two is actually pretty nice! oh! I usually wear a size 2 in Oiselle and an XS in both my Say Anything Jackets fits great.

Premium Running Jacket!

I bought the Say Anything a year ago when I needed something a little more substantial and waterproof than the Vim Jacket. My only complaint at the time was that they didn't offer this in Black..well lo and behold - Oiselle made this in Black this season, hooray! I debated whether I needed two of the same jacket, but I'm really happy with them and not mad about having two! I wear them running when it's really nasty out, but also find myself grabbing it for everyday neighborhood walks, dog walks, riding my bike, and even on a few day hikes. This is such a premium-feeling running jacket! I wear a 2-4/XS-S in Oiselle tops and am between a 32 and 34B and wear the Say Anything Jacket in an XS.

Great jacket is you don't mind smelling like BO

I love this jacket - fit is great, keeps me dry, great hood, but OMGOSH, the smell!! I thought it was me, but no, the jacket smells exactly like the worst body odor you've ever smelled. I washed and dried, and it still smells. It might be the waterproof coating? Even my dob leash I hold while running smells like it now, like it dropped off my jacket into the rubber part of my leash and now everything smells.

For $200 I really do not want to smell this bad to stay dry. I love this jacket though, so I hesitate to return it.

We appreciate your feedback on our Say Anything Jacket! Our customer care team will reach out to address your concerns and try to make this right for you, and we will share your thoughts with our Design Team.

Lynn Carlson
2020 version needed work

Semi waterproof jacket but as another reviewer mentioned, my jacket gets soaked in some spots and I do not stay dry… Unfortunately, the elastic on the left wrist did stretch out and stop working after the first wear too. A year later and I love the color and fit, so I do still use it as an extra (very expensive) layer rather than a rain jacket. Ah well. Hoping 2021 version is the one!

Anna Cloutier IS waterproof...

I got this jacket as a holiday gift. I was looking for a lightweight layer to do double-duty as a precipitation and wind protector. Though this is NOT a windbreaker, it works decently as an added layer when it is cold and windy. It's lightweight and easy to move in. I've taken it out in temps as low as the high 20s F with moderate winds. It works great keeping me warm! Today is the first time I took it out in warmer weather and rain- mid 50s F and a steady rain. Again, works great keeping the rain out!

I have 2 gripes with this jacket. The first of which is the hood could use a back cinch. Cinching with the sides makes the hood hit my eyes so I need to wear a hat with a visor with it (which doesn't really work in wind) or not wear it all (which isn't ideal in either wind or rain).

The second and bigger problem I have with this jacket is that it isn't actually all that breathable. Every time I've worn it, it has collected sweat on the inside of the jacket so my clothing is damp. It is keeping me warm by keeping my body heat in but kind of defeats the purpose if I'm just going to be drenched after a rainy run anyways. I thought maybe this was because for my winter runs I was wearing a lot of layers. But today's run I only had my flyte long sleeve on and it's like I stood out in the rain for a bit without a jacket.

With that said, I like many things about it but I'm somewhat disappointed in how expensive this jacket is for the performance with just being damp anyways.

Mary T.

I didn't get what all the fuss was with this jacket, but I snagged it in the Outerwear sale and: wow! I get it now! I wore this for a 6 mile run in a 40* steady rain and stayed totally dry and comfortable without the usual clammy feeling of many waterproof jackets. And the hood stays up! I usually think hoods on running jackets are a waste, but this one does the trick. I love that the sleeves are long enough to pull down over my hands. I'm 5'8", 125 lbs and usually a 4, xs/s at O and went with the small in this. I could have possibly done an xs, but I think I'll appreciate the extra bit of room for layers when it's colder. I'm also not much of an orange girl, but I got this in Crackle and adore it! It's a beautiful sherbet melon color (not neon) and I like the brightness for visibility.

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