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For lightweight warmth on chilly trail runs, opt for the women's Arc'teryx Cita vest. It's wind- and water-resistant to stand up to light precipitation and stows into its own pocket.
The Arc'teryx Women's Cita Vest is a wind resistant vest for trail running. Protect the torso and keep your legs pumping fast in cool weather. The ultralight Lumin; fabric prevents the wind from getting the best of you and a durable water repellent finish sheds light rains. Stow the whole thing inside its own pocket when the sun comes out to play, holding it in your hand or stuffing it in your pack. Features of the Arcteryx Women's Cita Vest Wind resistant, moisture repellent nylon ripstop fabric, mesh side panels provide ventilation (Composite Mapping) Zippered security pocket on hip with media pocket and cord port Stows inside its own pocket on hip Reflective logo on chest and blades on back enhance low light visibility Elasticized bottom hem for secure Fit
Doodads, thingamajigs, and whatsits just slow you down, so Arc'teryx made the Cita Women's Vest with a super-simple streamlined design, with the features you need to go fast but nothing to weigh you down. Made of wind-resistant Lumin nylon ripstop and finished with a water-repellent DWR treatment, the Cita also has a mesh back for breathability, a hip pocket for your phone or energy gels, and reflective blazes to keep you visible on those early-a. m. runs.
CLOSEOUTS . Ideal for trail runs, the Arcand#39;teryx Cita vest protects the core with windproof, water-resistant fabric in the body, and the large, mesh back panel provides maximum ventilation to keep you from overheating. Available Colors: IRON ANVIL, MANTIS GREEN. Sizes: L, M, S, XS.
An ultra-lightweight vest to take the edge off chilly days, the women's Cita Vest from ARCTERYX has wind and weather resistant Luminara nylon in the front and a highly breathable mesh back. An adjustable hem drawcord keeps the garment in place and the Cita stows away in its own pocket.
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