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Squamish Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars A perfect wind jacket. Not sure why it took me so long to get one! Those who have read my reviews before know that I seem to have an obsession with finding the "perfect" jacket. In fact, I have probably reviewed more jackets here, than any other type of clothing. I've been wanting to try this jacket out for some time, and when my REI dividend showed up, and this jacket appeared on the REI outlet page, I took the bait. With wind shells, there tends to be a tradeoff between wind-resistance and breathability. Full review

Camosun Parka

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Prior to today I would have given this garment 4 stars, even with the weakly snapped hood (which has been derided by many other reviewers on other sites). Fine. I bought this January 2016. Today on my way in to work the front zipper completely failed. It splits open when zipped open. For a $649 down jacket this is ridiculous. Full review

Rho LTW Neck Gaiter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A versatile piece of headwear, which may serve not only as a neck warmer, but also as a lightweight hat. Very comfortable to wear, and compact in folded state, but not very warm. I received this gaiter as a part of my Reviewer of the Month prize, and it’s one of the most useful items in this kit, to my opinion. I use it really often and it appears on most of my photos during the cold season (none of which were staged in this review). It's made of 95% merino wool and 5% elastane, so it stretches… Full review

Cerium LT Hoody

rated 2 of 5 stars Below average product with above average price + exceptionally arrogant customer service! Concise review: This is a review of the older version which lacked drawstrings at the hem, still being sold by various e-tailers. Fit: No drawstrings at hem—cold air gets sucked in Cuffs not snug fitting—cold air gets sucked in Well fitting hood and lightweight—comfortable! Features: Adjustments for hood—good! No adjustment at hem—Why?? Not-so-smooth zippers—Pain! Value: Comfortable + Cold air ingress… Full review

Epsilon LT Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars My favorite jacket. Ever. So i can see why people have a difficult time figuring out what this jacket excels at. I have two, an XL that I have worn pretty much every day (except in the summer) for the past five years. I use it primarily as a one-tool option softshell/ hardfleece. This year I got a size Large to use for layering and couldn't be happier. So it's not as soft or insulated as the Gamma MX and not as stretchy as the Gamma LT. It's also a little more than half the price of the Gamma MX. Full review

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Arc'teryx Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Essential Gear for our 2017 Reviewers of the Month
Our members are essential to the Trailspace community. To thank them we're once again giving every Reviewer of the Month a prize pack of 10 Essentials gear ($350+ value) . Read more
March 10, 2017

A Brief History of Outdoor Insulation: Essential #3
To celebrate extra clothing (#3 of the 10 Essentials), we looked at the origins of some classic outdoor insulation: wool and polypro baselayers, down and synthetic jackets, and ever-popular fleece. Read more
June 19, 2016

Arc'teryx Voltair Avalanche Airbag Offers Multiple Deployments
Pete Hill, Senior Designer at Arc'teryx, showed us the company's new Voltair avalanche airbag for backcountry skiers and snowboarders while at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2016. Read more
January 9, 2016

Backcountry Skis, Shells, Boots at Outdoor Retailer
New and updated backcountry ski gear is in abundance at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market. We share a few ski and alpine highlights from Arc'teryx, Black Diamond, La Sportiva, Gregory, and Osprey. Read more
January 8, 2016

Arc'teryx Hybrid Shells, Vapur After Hours: OR Day 4
Arc'teryx designs hybrid shell jackets and pants for backcountry skiers and climbers. Vapur brings the After Hours beverages. Join us for Day 4 of Outdoor Retailer. Read more
January 25, 2014

Trailspace Top Ten: Your Best Outdoor Gear
For Trailspace's Best Outdoor Gear List, we turned to you, our community members. We've compiled one ultimate gear list from your 24,000 reviews, featuring your best shelter, sleeping bag, stove, water treatment, multi-tool, light, navigation, trekking poles, backpack, and food and drink. Read more
December 5, 2012

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

phone: (604) 960-3001
toll-free: (866) 458-2473

website: www.arcteryx.com
email: bird@arcteryx.com

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