Arc'teryx Atom AR Hoody
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The Atom AR Hoody from Arc'teryx is significantly warmer and more protective than a fleece hoody, this insulated hoody is breathable enough to be used as a super warm mid-layer on frigid days and protective enough to be an outer layer while belaying or hanging out at camp. An extra thick dose of synthetic Coreloft insulates but packs small.
The Arc'teryx Atom AR Hoody will treat you to warmth and comfort as a mid layer in cold, wet conditions, just as it will keep you out there as an outer layer when you find yourself in dry, cold places. Moisture and wind-resistant, durable outer face fabric Breathable Lightweight Compressible and packable 120g/m^2 insulation in main body, 80g/m^2 under arms, 60g/m^2 in hood Articulated elbows Gusseted underarms Insulated, helmet compatible hood
The Arc'teryx Men's Atom AR Hooded Insulated Jacket makes a magnificent midlayer for winter skiing. Arc'teryx placed different amounts of Coreloft insulation throughout the jacket for thermal efficiency. The StormHood slides over helmets with ease, and an athletic fit ensures a full range of motion. The DWR-coated shell resists light moisture so you can wear this jacket without the shell around town.
Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Atom AR Hoody FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Atom AR Hoody Light, durable and wind resistant face fabric withstands abrasion and wear while DWR finish repels moisture Warm and resilient Coreloft synthetic insulation: 120g/m2 in main body, 80g/m2 under arms, 60g/m2 in hood Insulated helmet compatible StormHood Two hand pockets with zippers, internal zippered chest pocket Jersey knit stretch cuff is minimal to allow for easy layering Adjustable hem drawcord seals out cold SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Men's Atom AR Hoody Weight: 16.6 oz / 470 g Fit: Athletic, hip length Gossamera - 100% nylon Coreloft 120 insulation (120 g/m2) Coreloft 80 insulation (80 g/m2) Coreloft 60 insulation (60 g/m2) This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.