The Arcteryx Women's Delta LT Jacket is an ideal lightweight mid-layer jacket for active days. The Delta LT is made with the moisture wicking and highly breathable Polartec Classic 100 Micro Velour Small Grid material and features a full front zip for efficient venting. This Arcteryx jacket uses gender specific patterns in a trim fit and a very light weight of 9.2 oz. to reduce layering bulk and improve moisture management performance. All this means that if you’re one of those people that sweats just from standing up, this one’s for you! I once sat next to a guy in class that would sweat all the time, and it was gross. I told him he should remember to bring a towel, but he ignored me.
DECENT FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Delta LT Jacket
Polartec Classic 100 micro velour small grid has high warmth-to-weight ratio
High collar provides warmth and layers easily
Full front zip with chin guard
Sleeve pocket with laminated zip, two zippered hand pockets
No-lift gusseted underarms, drop back hem
The SPECS of the Arcteryx Women's Delta LT Jacket
Weight: (M): 9.2 oz / 263 g
Polartec Classic 100 micro velour small grid - 100% polyester
Fit: Trim, hip length
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I got this for my move from sunny California to cold, depressing Chicago and it's been perfect! The cassis rose color seems bright online, but looks great in person. When it's warmer out, I use it as a running jacket or even just as an everyday sweater. I've also worn it under my Arcteryx Atom LT hoody (also highly recommended) and it fits perfectly. I'm 5'2", 125 lbs and the small has the perfect fitted look I'm going for. It's very light yet as warm as any thicker sweatshirt, and the sleeves fit me just fine. I also love the curved hem on the back, and it ends at my hips perfectly. I switch off wearing this and my Caliber cardigan, and love them both.
I bought this for my girlfriend and she really likes it! It seems to run pretty small as she is about 5'8" and had to get a large because it was too tight around the chest. It looks great on her though! Its a great jacket for cool days.
I actually bought this for work, because work requires my uniform sweater to be navy (the baby blue zippers are bending the rules a bit, but I like to live dangerously :o) ). It has been perfect at work. I've also worn it as a mid layer while skiing, running, and just out and about. I'm 5'5 120 lbs and and the small fits perfectly (same size I always wear in Arcteryx. Yeah, I have a bit of an addiction...) It's on the fitted side, and the forearms are pretty fitted too. I wish it was a little bit longer, but I guess it's a good length for what it was designed for.
"Light and warm but the fit is a little off."
I bought this for my GF and she likes it alot. its very light but keeps very warm. the only complaint is that the sleeves are a little short. This is really just from body type. she has an ape index of 1.04 so keep that in mind. Even with that its not a huge deal. All in all great jacket.
I love this product. It's so soft and warm. I'm about 5'10'' and got a medium- the arms and body are long (which I love), and it has a somewhat snug fit. I can comfortably wear a long sleeve t-shirt underneath. It's super flattering and fits well underneath any heavier jacket. The color I got is glacier and it's very pretty (a little darker than the picture though.) I don't really want to take it off!!!
Very light weight, but quite warm! This piece is really low profile and well made. The hardware on it is not at all bulky and the flat-lock seaming is very comfortable. Size is true, I'm 5' 9", and a medium is just long enough, I'd prefer it a little longer, but the fit is very flattering.
"Soft, Durable, Cute, Warm, and the list goes on..."
This is one of my favorite Arcteryx items. I bought it last year with the last dollar I had (well, and about a hundred other dollars) because it was just that good (and yes, I've made money since then). I love the pattern/texture of the material, and it's much softer than the Arcteryx cardigan I previously had. It's flexible and fitted, but leaves enough room for movement and/or clothes underneath. It's very warm for how thin and light it is, and I use it both to lounge in and while outdoors. It's hard not to be biased when I stare into my closet, looking for a hoodie or pullover of some type. Gotta say I grab this about 80% of the time.
I've worn this jacket hiking in Alabama (where it doesn't get too cold) and it's perfect for those times when the wind bites just a little too much for short sleeves. It's thin enough to put under a larger coat for colder situations. I'm 5'11" and it's plenty long in both the body and sleeves. I bought the 'Coffee Bean' color and it looks more olive green than brown, but it's still pretty.