Arcteryx Insulated Jackets"
The Cerium LT fits slim. If you plan on using the hoody as a stand-alone, by a size larger. If you plan on using the hoody as a layer with outer shell, by your normal size.…
- Bryan, 10/13/13
This jacket coat ribs very use, wind effect is very good, but lightweight, compression is very good. Very warm middle layer made of sticks…
- guo, 05/19/14
I bought this jacket for my fiancée since she always complains about being cold. It's warm but not puffy, really well fitted to be cute but not boxy. It does it's job well, w…
- edward, 12/22/13
You just feel, well, comfortable. Like you should. Down to freezing you don't need to wear anything under this to stay warm. If you are active walking or running you could wea…
- FAN LI, 01/22/14
There's a reason I always return to Arcteryx for outdoor clothing - the quality of material and construction. I tried this down jacket for a 3-day backpacking trip to the Smok…
- James, 10/29/13
Was debating between the Thorium AR and Cerium LT for a bit. Finally decided to go with the Thorium for the more durable 40D Colibri face fabric and slightly less trim fit for…
- Francis, 12/16/13
If the same generic review, repeated eight times, isn't for you, then you've come to the right place. I just got this jacket and it's awesome. To make sure you have the same 5…
- sam, 12/18/13
The Arc'teryx Thorium AR is an amazing jacket. When I saw that Arc'teryx was coming out with a down jacket, I was completely psyched, because anything they make, you can bet i…
- SUN, 11/30/13
My wife is ALWAYS cold and we live in northern N Dakota....so I figured I would by her about the most expensive coat made (within reason).
The hood is pretty huge, designed…
- Jake, 08/22/14
My husband bought me this hoody as a treat after I'd gazed lovingly at it for a few months and I wasn't disappointed.
I'm a UK size 10 (in black) and I bought the small whi…
- Hazel, 08/29/14
Normally I LOVE Arcteryx and at the sale price, I thought I'd give this jacket a try. It is a little short for my long torso, but the worst part is the sleeves narrowed at th…
- Catherine, 11/15/13
I bought this jacket for my backpacking trip to Canada last December. It is lightweight, insulated, compact, wind-resistant, and water-repellent. I used this jacket as an oute…
- jeounghoon, 04/28/14
I love this jacket for many reasons. First of all, it is thin and light weight, and yet, still keeps me very warm. Secondly, on the inside of the jacket, there is a little poc…
- sarah elise, 12/25/13
Love the jacket and the colors but when it came in, it didn't have 'Arcteryx' on the front. WIERD! The picture shows the arcteryx logo w the word 'Arcteryx' in white. The jack…
- Courtney, 08/30/13
I originally bought the Arcteryx Thorium AR jacket without the hood and loved it. But my brother found this one which has a little better down rating and a nicer athletic fit.…
- Philip, 10/24/13
The Arc'teryx Cerium fills the gap between a zeus and a nano puff perfectly. Not too light, and not too bulky. Perfect for a fast and light set up under a shell. Perfect for a…
- Zhang, 11/30/13
I love this coat. Haven't worn it on the trail yet but it's kept me toasty warm walking around town and school. It's also very nice looking which doesn't hurt.…
- kelly, 02/14/14
Just bought this as a Christmas present for my mom after she saw my Atom LT and wanted one for herself. I think my mom was happier getting this jacket than hearing that I got…
- Chih-Yu, 12/22/11
Arc'teryx's size chart was pretty accurate on the fit of this jacket, and I otherwise liked the fit and style, but the wrists were uncomfortably tight, to the point of being c…
- Allyson, 11/26/12
My boyfriend took me to the store to "window shop" one day and kept shoving different puff jackets at me to try on. . . a few weeks later I found a package in my dryer with th…
- Kristin, 01/05/14
Picture yourself at 10,000 feet up Mt Rainier on Summit Day. A biting wind has picked up and it's a cloudless night. Despite actively laboring under your 40lb summit pack, a c…
- Derek, 02/17/14
Bought this for the hubby because he needed something he could just throw on in our cold WY winters without having to layer up. I was hoping it would be like my North Face Red…
- AUDREY, 08/05/12
Teton County, WY
I gave this as a gift for my boyfriend last year and I finally had to get my own since I was so jealous. It was perfect for this mild winter and as long as I am moving: walki…
- Marisa, 03/20/12
This jacket is amazingly lightweight, astonishingly warm, but breathable. It was the perfect layer to add for a long downhill when cross country skiing. I also use it when r…
- Elizabeth, 03/28/13
I bought this jacket as a gift for my husband in preparation for an extended canoe/hiking trip in the Arctic. He is very discerning when it comes to gear and outdoor clothing.…
- Elisabeth A, 05/15/14
When I bought this jacket to layer with my Theta AR I was hesitant if it would keep me warm when climbing. Both are so light, especially the Nuclei jacket. Surprisingly this j…
- LOREN, 05/08/14
Arc'teryx Insulated Jackets
Arc'teryx really knows what they're doing when it comes to jackets. Really. For instance, check out Arc'teryx insulated jackets. Well, I guess you already kind of are, but dig a little deeper, and you'll see exactly what I'm talking about. Arc'teryx insulated jackets are built tough and warm for backcountry activities like ski touring, alpine climbing, and mountaineering.
For serious warmth without the weight, check out the Arc'teryx Fission SL jacket. This waterproof insulated jacket won't weigh you down in a blizzard, making it ideal for fast and light adventures in the most relentless winter conditions. Two-Layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell construction makes the Fission SL fully waterproof, with an assist from water-tight external zippers and tiny GORE seam tape. ThermaTek non-quilted insulation keeps the heat on the inside of the Fission SL.
Another go-to Arc'teryx winter jacket is the Kappa SV Hoody Jacket. It's for pursuits in freezing temperatures. Windproof Windstopper fabrics lock out the frigid gusts while DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface. The Arc'teryx Kappa features a fully insulated helmet-compatible storm hood, making it a killer ski touring jacket. Thick 200 gm Primaloft Sport insulation traps heat inside to keep you toasty warm during rests.
Arc'teryx makes a mean ski jacket that's geared for backcountry pursuits, or snowboard jacket if you'd prefer. Guys will want to check out the Arc'teryx Sentry Jacket. This guy features waterproof Two-Layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell outer construction to keep you dry in the most agressive blizzard while retaining it's light-weight status. The Sentry Jacket features warm, non-quilted Primaloft Sport insulation that's ideal for stop-and-go laps or frigid tours.
Lady skiers will consider the Arc'teryx Women's Scepter Jacket to-die-for. In a good way. This Arc'teryx ski jacket is designed for maximum warmth and weather protection. Lightweight and durable Two-Layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell outer construction repels water in a blizzard, while warm non-quilted Primaloft Sport insulation preserves vital heat. The Arc'teryx Scepter Jacket has lots of add-on features to make it even awesomer, too. Discreet articulated shaping delivers athletic mobility, pit zips vent during activity, a laminated powder skirt blocks snow, and understated styling permits alpine-to-urban crossover functionality.