The quality is very good.
The fit is good.
By all means, buy in you.…
- Koichi, 06/06/13
I have last year's model of the Gamma MX, but it's the same other than the color selection, which is a bit drab for 2013 in my opinion. 2012's models were much more vibrant,…
- Brandon, 12/09/13
I was a little hesitant when looking at these as they are $169. WTH? For a pair of pants? Can they be that good? But I had a gift card so I ordered them. I have had them for a…
- Jennifer, 12/26/11
Great pant for light cool weather, and light mist. Ultra comfortable and dries quickly, I love my new everyday pant. For the "cotton kills" crowd this is a great replacement.…
- Clinton, 11/07/13
I love the fit and feel of the pant, but they do not keep you warm. they cut the wind but you do need long underware to be warm. Great pockets, light weight, stylish. Good ove…
- kim, 01/10/10
So gald I decided to purchase these. By far the best pair I have. So comfy and super tough.…
- Eva, 04/12/12
I heard Arcteryx was the bomb about a year ago, but never pulled the trigger on one, boy am I glad I finally did after snagging one on sale! The fit and finish are incredible…
- Jason, 06/19/12
I ordered this jacket in size L. I'm 5'11 and 189 lbs. This is my new go to jacket. It really fits me perfect. Can wear up to a long sleeve shirt underneath. Just what I want…
- Corey, 03/03/13
If you are looking for the best all around soft shell pants, then look no further...seriously, stop looking. So many features on these pants, I had to get my neighbor to help…
- William, 10/30/12
Firstly, the Fortius 2.0 feels better in my opinion than the old Polartec model. The jacket now feels slightly more substantial than the previous model, but by no means heavy.…
- Colin, 08/02/12
Was excited but a little disappointed. It is a great jacket. Technically, very light, super warm. Why I didn’t like:
1. 5'11, 181 pounds. 41 to 42 inch chest and 31.5 waist…
- Alex, 04/30/13
Washington, D.C. Area (which is like a prison)
Sadly, one has to pay a major premium for Arcteryx. These pants are bomber in toughness and durability, warm, yet flexible and breathable. Great for cold weather hiking and…
- Thomas, 03/29/13
I am preparing to climb Mt Cotopaxi in Ecuador and bought these pants in preparation. I have been wearing these on my training hikes in cold Michigan weather that has consist…
- Jim, 03/09/12
I had some Mammuts, but sold them and bought these. These fit much better and I love suspenders for keeping the crotch up; nice when wearing a harness. Fabric is good and seem…
- Yi, 06/11/10
This is the best pants I've ever owned.
Breathable, comfortable and Strong fabric.
The shape of this pants is tight and it looks very elegant!…
- Takeshi, 03/01/13
The pants would have been perfect but the pant legs at the bottom barely fit over the tops of my Teva mid rise boots. Arc'teryx may have reason for this but it just isn't goi…
- Tawny, 01/19/13
These pants are great! They fit snug. I have these and other Arcteryx pants in an 8 and these fit a little tighter although I would not have gone a size up. I wore them with a…
- Judy, 02/03/11
I can sum up this hoody in one word; Perfect. I like that it is just a durable stretchy shell hoody and is knitted in the athletic fit just like my Beta SL. I love my Epsilon…
- Jonathan, 03/04/13
Pretty much your typical Arc'teryx piece.. hip length with a nice athletic fit & top notch construction (5'11", 200lbs, Large fits great with room for light layers). There's…
- Mark, 01/30/13
This had superior performance during a cold then wet, no miserable long winter camping/hiking with insanely too heavy of a pack weekend.
I was hot I was cold I was cranky I…
- Andrew, 04/04/13
The moisture and wind resistant Arc'Teryx Gamma jackets and pants will protect you from the elements on the trail. Check out the ultra-resilient Arc'teryx Gamma MX. The Gamma MX is highly breathable, and the articulated elbows, no-lift gusseted underarms, and stretch cuffs keep you highly mobile. Made with Schoeller Dynamic GNS fabric, the Arc'teryx Gamma MX jacket is lightweight and packable, while still providing superior water and wind protection. If you're planning on being out in some serious wind, check out the Arc'teryx Gamma MX Hoody. This bad boy features a helmet compatible storm hood, and a longer length for maximum coverage and protection.
For a lighter than light softshell jacket to keep the wind and moisture at bay, look no further than the Arc'teryx Gamma LT jacket. The Gamma LT is the lightest of all the Arc'teryx softshell jackets, so it's super packable. Burly double weave fabric construction gives every which way to keep you mobile. Pair that with underarm gussets and anatomical patterning, and you've got a lightweight softshell that moves with you comfortably.
The Arc'Teryx Gamma AR jacket will end up being your go-to jacket for just about any activity. Take it on a hike to keep the wind off, even if that hike it just to the corner store for a bag of Skittles. Gamma AR is classically styled to make you look cool, and made with Polartec Power Shield fabric to keep you warm. Four-way stretch construction keeps the Arc'teryx Gamma AR moving right along with you.
A pair of flexible softshell pants will keep the wind and water at bay while keeping you comfy in an array of temperatures. Breathable Arc'Teryx Gamma MX pants are made with Polartec Power Shield and Schoeller Dynamic GNS, just like the Gamma MX jacket. These super flexible alpine pants are highly breathable and lightly insulated, but roomy enough for a baselayer underneath on the coldest days. The Gamma MX pants are available for men and women. For more technical softshell pants, check out the Arc'teryx Gamma LT and Gamma AR pants.