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Rampart Short

rated 5 of 5 stars These shorts are awesome! I own two pairs, but am seriously considering ordering other colors and getting rid of my other shorts. They're very lightweight, dry quickly, and fit my athletic build. I've never owned another pair of shorts that I love on a mountain or beach and look great out at dinner. 'nuff said. Full review

Atom LT Hoody

rated 4.5 of 5 stars If you're looking for a synthetic jacket, this one is it. An almost perfect, mid layer for very cold temps, or a good outer jacket during spring/fall. Overall: This is a great, almost perfect, mid layer for very cold temps, or a good outer jacket during spring/fall. I come from using a minimal down shirt almost daily except during the height of summer. In spring or fall this jacket works great as an outer jacket. The breathing side panels do make a difference compared to the down shirt I was wearing,… Full review

Beta SL Jacket

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Good jacket, not quite as hard core as the Alpha SL, more suited to looking good around town, but still delivers in the outdoors. I've had this jacket for several months now, and feel like I can finally offer a review of it. I own this and the Alpha SL Hybrid, which I believe has been discontinued, but I'll compare it anyways.  First, I have both jackets in size medium. I'm about 5'10" 165, they fit me with a little bit of room to layer, but still fit well and look good just over a t shirt. The… Full review

Fly 13

rated 5 of 5 stars Great day pack. The Arc'teryx Fly13 is basically the Arro22 or Arro16. It has a kangaroo pocket that is roomy. Main pocket is also roomy with a seperate pocket for something flat or a bladder. (You do have a opening on top of backpack to feed a spout through so you don't have to open bag.) Very comfortable shoulder straps that almost are to bulky. A chest strap to secure bag to your back. Side pockets Are very small and only small objects should go into them. You have to pack this bag carefully… Full review

Altra 75

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Arc'teryx Altra is a good pack, the swivel belt helps adjust all weight, the pack literally moves with me! When I put 50 lbs in it, as long as I have properly distributed the weight it feels like I have 30 lbs due to the swivel belt. I would recommend the Altra to experienced backpackers. It is very pricey. If you are looking for the perfect pack for your next month long trip, check this pack out! OK, first of all this is my first "high quality backpack." Before I used cheaper stuff, and while… Full review

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

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


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