Arc'teryx Atom LT Vest

Specs

Weight 193 g / 6.8 oz
Fit Athletic fit, Hip Length
Materials Polartec Power Stretch with Hardface Technology, Luminara—Nylon weave fabric with wind and water repellant coating, 60 gm / sq m Coreloft insulation

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Atom LT Vest. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Arc'teryx Atom LT Vest hugs the body with efficient Coreloft insulation to store warmth while durable fleece side panels, made with Polartec Power Stretch with Hardface technology, increase active use breathability and mobility.

- CampSaver.com

This core-heater hugs your body with efficient Coreloft(TM) insulation to preserve warmth, while durable fleece side panels ventilate and stretch to free you up on for active adventures.

- REI

On Sale. Free Shipping. Arcteryx Women's Atom LT Vest FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Atom LT Vest Lightweight wind resistant face fabric with DWR finish helps shed water Synthetic Coreloft insulation is quick drying, compressible and retains warmth when wet Breathable, side panels made from Polartec Power Stretch for enhanced comfort and mobility Soft brushed insulated collar layers easily Two hand pockets with zippers, internal chest pocket with zipper Drop back hem for more coverage Trim fit patterned with lower volume for reduced bulk Full front zip with wind flap helps to keep cold drafts out

- Moosejaw

The Arc'teryx Women's Atom LT Vest adds a lot of core warmth to your mountainous adventures whether you're climbing, biking, running, hiking, or camping. Coreloft insulaton keeps you warm even if it happens to get a bit damp, and Polartec's Power Stretch side panels provide a full range of motion, breathe comfortably, and resists abrasion thanks to Polartec's Hardface Technology. Arc'teryx made the shell out of a durable Tinthan nylon, and its DWR coating helps light drizzle bead up and roll off.

- Backcountry.com