Climbers rejoice! I'm here to tell you about the line of Arc'Teryx Beta Jackets. Arc'teryx Beta is made with the best technology and from the best fabrics. We're talking three-layer waterproof Gore-Tex, and tiny GORE seam tape to lock out moisture. The Arc'teryx Beta jacket is available in different styles, too, to match up with your outdoor activities.
Arc'teryx Beta SL Jacket - The lightest, most packable of the Beta bunch (I just came up with that all on my own), the Arc'teryx Beta SL is a Gore-Tex Paclite that is basically built for storm protection. Hikers and cyclists love the compressible, stripped down design and its helmet friendly drop hood.
Arc'teryx Beta LT Jacket - Ideal for light and fast alpine minimalists, this highly technical mountain jacket also crosses over to urban environments. The Arc'teryx Beta LT features a shorter, waist-length cut to reduce weight and bulk. A helmet-compatible stow hood helps keep things lightweight while providing complete storm protection.
Arc'teryx Beta AR Jacket - In the toughest alpine environments, the Arc'teryx Beta AR jacket provides superior snow-shedding, waterproof protection. This no-nonsense Gore-Tex Pro Shell jacket features reinforced shoulders and elbows, a helmet-compatible drop hood, and is completely windproof and waterproof. Articulated elbows, underarm gussets, and full seat coverage keep you mobile and flexible in the Beta AR.
When you're getting serious on the mountainside, Arc'Teryx Beta pants will keep you comfortable and dry. Arc'teryx Beta LT pants feature 3-layer Gore-Tex waterproof protection with a streamlined design that make these waterproof pants light enough for every outing. Lighter still are the Arc'teryx Beta AR pants. Also featuring Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric construction, these lightweight rainproof pants are truly a four-season outdoor garment.