Our Mission

To empower everyone to never again let the weather dictate their outfits with fashionable yet functional apparel.

About Ororo

We are a heated apparel company for every single environment. We ALL know what life is like growing up in the Midwest. You wake up in the morning wearing a coat, several scarves, a beanie, insulated gloves and heavy boots and by the afternoon, you’re sweating with sunglasses on. And just when you think that winter is finally over, a massive snowstorm hits in April causing you to layer up again.

That gets old, right?

That’s exactly why we wanted to create a jacket that can be worn in any season you want. Our team brainstormed and realized this special jacket had to be durable enough to wear on freezing autumn nights, definitely would need all the internal heating elements to keep you warm through the winter. Not just the colder months either! We wanted to make sure it was lightweight enough to help you survive those wet, mild spring months. We did all this AND we made it look good!

We live by our mission every single day. Our goal is to make sure when you put on our heated apparel, that you are warm, comfortable and enjoying yourself. When you share your stories and pictures with us, it shows us that we are succeeding in that mission. That doesn’t mean we’ll get complacent, however! We are always testing new designs and the latest technologies to make sure you stay satisfied and most importantly, fashionable.

Challenge the climate. Don’t let your life be dictated by a thermometer.

We Never Stop…

March, 2014

Initial Ideas

September, 2014


October, 2014

Initial Design and Prototype

December, 2014

Complete Functional Prototype

January, 2015

First Purchase Order to Factory

November, 2015

ororowear.com Launched

September, 2016

ORORO Trademark Registered

September, 2016

Achieved More Than 100 Positive Product Reviews

November, 2016

Sponsored for Outdoor Sport Event (Pray for Snow)

October, 2017

Invited by Amazon Vendor Central as 1st Party Seller

February, 2018

Television Exposure - Reviewed by Mitch Guthrie, Director of Development for Special Olympics Kansas