Arc'teryx Beta AR Jacket - Women's

Specs

Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
Weight 398 g / 14 oz
Fit Athletic fit, Hip Length
Materials 380NR GORE-TEX® Pro Shell 3L, 480N GORE-TEX® Pro Shell 3L

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Designed specifically for women and featured to handle a wide range of terrain and conditions, the streamlined Beta AR Jacket provides light, packable, durable storm protection.

- REI

On Sale. Free Shipping. Arcteryx Women's Beta AR Jacket FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Beta AR Jacket Highly breathable 3L Gore-Tex Pro with N40p-X face fabric used in the main body keeps jacket light and supple WaterTight Vislon center front zipper keeps the water out Helmet compatible DropHood with fast adjustment is designed to rotate with your head without impairing your vision Micro-seam allowance (1.6mm) reduces bulk and weight Two hand pockets, internal laminated pocket with zipper Arcteryx 'Standard Fit' is an anatomically designed trim fit designed to eliminate excess bulk, with room for a base layer, a light fleece and/or synthetic or down mid layer Chin guard with brushed microsuede facing for added comfort Laminated pit zippers allow for faster venting and improved temperature regulation Die-cut Velcro cuff adjusters reduce bulk, and won't catch or tear off e3D Ergonomic 3-Dimensional patterning for enhanced comfort and mobility Adjustable hem drawcord keeps the cold out Corded zipper-pulls reduce noise and are easy to grab Articulated elbows and no-lift gusseted underarms for comfort and a higher range of motion Hardwearing N80p-X 3L Gore-Tex Pro reinforces highwear areas A high tenacity nylon face fabric with a flat filament warp yarn and false twist textured fill yarn, backed with a micro-grid woven backer Hybrid mapping technology strategically positions two weights of Gore-Tex Pro fabric to optimize specific performance benefits Hip length design provides ample coverage and rides comfortably and securely under a pack belt or climbing harness Separate collar that provides draft protection whether the hood is up or down Waterproof, lightweight and durable Taped seams for added weatherproofness DWR finish helps repel water from fabric surface Athletic fit for a slimmer more flattering profile Laminated brim WaterTight external zippers Laminated drop back hem Ergonomic 3-Dimensional refers to advanced gusseting and articulation in our garment patterning that creates better range of motion in key areas DropHood can be cinched with one-handed drawcords, allowing it to rotate with the head without obscuring vision when turning from side to side The world's first WaterTight zippers to pass the W.L. GORE extreme wet weather test

- Moosejaw

Because you never know when the weather may turn, the women's Arc'teryx Beta AR Jacket is the ideal packable layer with hip-length waterproofing and a helmet-compatible hood to keep you dry. The women's Beta AR Jacket will keep you warm and dry in the worst conditions. Waterproof with superior ventilation. Lightweight and durable. Packs down small for minimalist packing. This jacket is great for hiking, climbing, skiing, snowboarding, and everyday use in cold weather. Designed with all the tech features of the men's Arc'teryx Beta AR jacket, only with a women's figure in mind. Construction: DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface. Micro-seam allowance (1.6 mm) reduces bulk and weight. Tiny GORE seam tape (13 mm). GORE-TEX three-layer construction. Laminated high-strength hanger loop. Design: One-hand adjustable drawcords. Articulated elbows, No-lift gusseted underarms. Hood Configuration: Helmet compatible Drop Hood. Collar Configuration: Laminated chin guard. Pocket Configuration: Internal chest pocket with laminated zip; Two hand pockets with laminated zippers. Zippers & Fly Configuration: WaterTight external zippers; Molded zipper garages. Laminated pit zippers allow for faster venting. WaterTight Vislon front zip. Cuff and Sleeves Configuration: Laminated die-cut Velcro cuff adjusters reduce bulk, and won't catch or tear off. Hem Configuration: Laminated, Drop back hem with adjustable drawcord. Waist and Belt Configuration: Laminated wind flap. Reinforced shoulders and arms. Heat transfer Arc'teryx logo. Weight: 398.4 g; 14 oz. Available Color(s): Marianas

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

You hike, you climb, you board, you walk your kids to school, and you hate three things: getting wet, being unprepared, and eating eggplant. The Arc'teryx Women's Beta AR Jacket solves the first two problems, but can't do much about the eggplant thing. As #2 in Arc'teryx's essential line, the Beta AR bears an uncanny resemblance to it's big sister, the Theta AR. Both jackets are sleek, all-weather and all-conditions beasts, but the big difference between the siblings is the Beta AR sports a higher hemline. Just like the Theta AR, the Beta AR is made from N70p Gore-Tex Pro fabric and reinforced with tiny Gore-taped seams. Laminated zippers are icing on the cake, and in combination with the construction, offer you weatherproof protection from blinding snow, sideways rain storms, and even your toddler throwing apple juice your way. Precipitation is just one foe this jacket fends off. Gore-Tex Pro fabric is tightly woven to give you abrasion resistance without sacrificing breathability or adding unwanted weight. The Beta AR is heavy on features that fit your active life. Laminated underarm vents open quickly and without hassle, and the underarm gussets give you the chance to move to the beat of your own drum without the entire jacket bunching up. The microsuede facing on the full collar protects your chin from chafing against the jacket in chilly temps, and the hood sports a laminated brim so the rain and sleet won't cloud your vision. Zipper garages offer another line of defense against wet weather, preventing precipitation (and wind) from creeping in between zipper teeth.

- Backcountry.com