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The Arcteryx Men's Trino Jersey Long Sleeve Zip. This new fast-forward jacket combines precipitation shedding Windstopper in the front and shoulders/top of arms with Altasarias underneath the arms and on the sides. A full-length zipper guard prevents further wind leakage, while the collar and chin flap feature chafe-free brushed polyester.
DECENT FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Trino Jersey Long Sleeve Zip
Moisture-resistant outer face fabric
Highly breathable-maintains comfort during aerobic activity
DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface
Stretchy fabric allows you to move more freely
No-lift gusseted underarms
Soft brushed-lined collar
Full front zip with laminated wind flap and chinguard
Drop back hem
Rear pocket with invisible zip located at left-back
Rear drop pocket with easy-access, stretch binding opening
Inner stretch pocket located inside rear drop pocket
Two rear pockets one open pouch-style pocket with small key pocket, one top zippered pocket
Locking zipper toggles on pocket and full-length front zipper
Other features include stretch knit cuffs and reflective heat-transfer logo
The SPECS of the Arcteryx Men's Trino Jersey Long Sleeve Zip
Weight: (M): 13.5 oz / 384 g
Fit: Trim, upper hip length
P50S Wind stopper 3L with brushed knit
Altasaris - 88% polyester
Machine wash in cold water
Tumble dry on low heat
Iron on low heat
Do not use fabric softener
This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
I spend a lot of time outside. Be it walking the dogs, cycling year round or cross country skiing. This jacket is as good as it gets! Thus far I have worn it cycling down to 29 degrees with a light base layer and was very comfortable. I wore it while commuting in a light rain 16 miles to work and kept me completely dry. I am 6 ft 175 lbs and a medium fits me very well.
"How did I live so long without springing for this great jacket?"
Late 2012, living in Florida, preparing for 6 month stay in Eastern Europe snowy nation, what to do? I consult with my wife who has multiple experiences of spending summer months inside the Arctic Circle on Devon Island. I review different jackets on the sites of various vendors. I find this one that fits my need. My need? I had the outerwear covered, but I needed a "Go To" thin jacket to act as a liner or to even act as the outer in mild weather. I thought it was a bit pricey, but my wife said "go for it", so I did. Simply put, I used this jacket for everything. I used it in February when it snowed every day. I used it under my suit jacket to attend an opera, as I did not have a suitable overcoat. I wore it biking up hills in the spring and walking to work on cool mornings. I am back in Florida, where I might use it for about 6 days a year. But, for all future air travel and adventures to all points North, I have this jacket for a lifetime! Now my wife is looking for one.
"Warm and dry, slim and snuggly. Nice jacket too!"
Perfect for cool weather aerobic activities. Over just a t-shirt running at 40F I soon opened the zip, so it should be good to near freezing, lower with a good base layer. It sheds rain too, though not quite like a hard shell.Pockets around back keep keys and stuff from bouncing around. The zip pocket has an inner pocket with cord hole for ipod junkies. The dropped tail affords butt coverage but might seem weird in an everyday jacket. Slim fitting, slightly stretchy, well tailored with zero bulk like many Arc models. If you're built like me, rejoice (5' 10", 140 lb, 30w, 34 sleeve... size S fits perfectly). If you have a gut, please choose a different jacket! :-D