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RHO LTW Neck Gaiter

rated 5 of 5 stars I've got an athletic neck, which means it's small. Been wearing the neck gaiter a few time now and it's warm and not itchy. Fit is the primary thing why I bought this article. It feels great, stretches perfectly and is not itchy. The only thing that could be improved is the price! Full review

Aperture Chalk Bag

rated 5 of 5 stars Best. Idea. Ever. This simple chalk bag is terrific for those who are tired of chalk always spreading over everything. One quick twist in the direction of the embroidered arrow and it's perfectly sealed. Despite this it is still a well sized chalk bag and I have never struggled to get my hand in or out. I love this piece of kit.  You cannot remove the web belt. So if you prefer to clip it to your harness you have to either snip it off or awkwardly bundle the webbing. Full review

I340a Harness

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A very lightweight harness that is useful for a broad range of activities. I've had a I 340a harness for two years now. It's been my go-to for a lot of different activities. I've used it for pretty much every alpine style climb I've been on. From days climbing ice at the crag around Canmore, to big multiday glacier ski mountaineering trips across the Wapta, mountaineering trips up neve gullies on Mt. Matier, to alpine rock on Bugaboo Spire this harness has seen it all. Its chief success is that… Full review

Gamma LT Pant

rated 5 of 5 stars A serious performer that is well worth the money. I don't climb, but I do hike and backpack, and my preference has always been softshell pants. I was a Marmot guy for a while but after another pair found itself covered with Tenacious Tape (my fault...not Marmot's) I bit the bullet and dropped some bananas on the Gamma LT's after reading countless positive reviews. I've only had them for about three months but after just getting off a long solo in the Sierra's I'll say these are, by far, the best… Full review

Theta SL Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars My Theta SL has been my go-to jacket for any serious trip—Kilimanjaro, Himalayan treks, Inca Trail, spray jacket on a two-week Patagonian kayak trip and winter trips in the Sierras. This has been my favorite garment for many years. The 16 oz weight always seems a bit excessive for carrying around when it does not rain, but I find I wear it continuously when I do take it. I recall on Kili where I had both the Theta SL and a Marmot Precip, thinking that I would leave the heavier Theta SL in the… Full review

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Arc'teryx Equipment Inc.
100 - 2155 Dollarton Highway
North Vancouver, BC V7H 3B2

phone: (604) 960-3001
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