Well where do I begin. First off the fit is quite large. I am 6'2" 200lbs and I am wearing the medium in this. I can easily layer under it as well. I have used this jacket…
- Cameron, 08/09/13
I've had this jacket for about a year so far and I absolutely love the performance and look of the theta AR. I use this hard shell for every season in the Colorado Ro…
- Andrew, 07/29/14
I was very impressed with this item--I have 2 arcteryx jackets and both go beyond my expectations. They are warm, waterproof, comfortable and stylish. Will stick with this b…
- Khyentse, 05/09/14
It never goes wrong with this pant if you treat yourself as a real big mountain skier. Trust me.…
- Jianhua, 12/16/14
6'1" 195lbs, large fit perfect. Purchased with intent to use as outer layer for skiing, which it works great, but also perfect rain jacket/windbreaker to wear around town.…
- Eileen, 03/21/15
Basking Ridge, NJ
nice arcteryx jacket, I mainly use it in the winter, plenty of room even for a down jacket underneath.…
- Xi, 12/10/14
I ordered the Arcteryx Waomen's Theta SL Hybird jacket before a ten day bicycle camping trip in the spring. It came in very handy as weather protection! I ordered mine large e…
- Katy, 01/06/14
I had the version of this jacket from 13 years ago, and I've finally retired it to use while doing work around the house in the cold.
This new version of the Theta is so much…
- Joy, 03/06/13
I bought it for year-round use from snowboarding to hiking. I decided on the Theta for a few main reasons. 1. Gore-Tex Pro Shell is totally waterproof, extremely breathable, w…
- Chris, 12/15/12
I love the Arcteryx brand as they tend to run long in the body and arms. This jacket does not disappoint! Used it on several backpacking trips recently and spent a fair bit of…
- Glenn, 10/03/13
The Arc'teryx Theta AR jacket is the mack daddy of waterproof hardshell jackets. This rugged lightweight hardshell is seen all over the mountain sides, keeping human people dry and comfortable while those human people perform feats of awesomeness. Gore-Tex Pro Shell three-layer fabric makes the Theta AR waterproof, while keeping this jacket lightweight and breathable. The Theta AR has features galore, too, with its helmet-compatible drop hoody, laminated waterproof pockets and zippers, articulated elbows, and gusseted underarms. There are way more features on the Theta AR Jacket. Too many to list, really. Those were just the exceptionally awesome ones off the top of my head. The Theta AR jacket is a true all weather shell. It'll take you from spring rain storms through fall winds. Layer up for winter ski trips, and use the Theta AR as your outer shell. You won't be sorry you did.
For lightest of the light Arc'teryx Gore-Tex shell, check out the Arc'Teryx Theta SL. This Gore-Tex PacLite jacket features a handy stow hood and below-hip length for maximum protection. To keep the Theta SL lighter than my car keys, Arc'Teryx included only the smartest, most critical features, like a hem cinch-cord, pit zippers, Velcro cuffs, and watertight zippers. Underarm gussets and articulated elbows keep you mobile and flexible in this windproof and waterproof jacket.
Arc'teryx Theta SV bib pants are designed to survive challenging alpine ascents and descents while keeping you comfy and dry. These Arc'teryx pants are made with water-beading polyester-faced Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric, making them completely waterproof and highly wind resistant. The Theta SV Bibs have larger cuff openings to accommodate alpine boots, articulated knees and seat, a gusseted crotch for mobility, and adjustable suspenders and waist for extra comfort.