The Women's Stingray Jacket by Arcteryx. This versatile stormproof jacket is designed for on-area laps and has been upgraded with a lightly insulated Gore-Tex Soft Shell textile that is both supple and more durable. Performance features include articulated shaping for athletic mobility, a helmet compatible Drop Hood with stealthy one-handed adjustability, and a laminated powder skirt with gripper elasti.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Stingray Jacket
Waterproof/breathable Gore-Tex with lightly insulated backer
DropHood is designed to rotate with your head; integrated powder skirt with gripper elastic
WaterTight pit zippers for ventilation Two hand pockets, one internal zippered pocket and sleeve pocket
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Women's Stingray Jacket
Weight: (M): 19.7 oz / 559 g
N70p Gore-Tex fabric with 3L lo-loft soft shell construction
Women's Jackets, Shirts and Tops
0 - 2
4 - 6
8 - 10
12 - 14
16 - 18
• Arc'teryx recommends you calculate your body measurements using the info in the Measurement Guide below before selecting a product size. The measurements provided in their size guides refer to your body measurements unless otherwise specified.
• Check the fit type in the product FEATURES and SPECIFICATIONS and refer to the Fit Guide below to ensure you are ordering a product for the correct end use.
Length (Long / Tall)
• Please note that the actual pant length may vary slightly from the info above, depending on the intended end use of the product.
Women's Numeric Pant Sizing
• Several models of Arc'teryx pants are sized numerically and available in different inseam lengths. You will see these sizes reflected in the options in the Select a Size drop down menu for particular products.
• For all other pants available in numerical waist sizes where the inseam length is not specified, the inseam lengths provided above apply.
Small / Medium
Large / X-Large
21.7 - 22.4"
22.8 - 23.6"
6.7 - 6.9"
6.9 - 7.2"
7.2 - 7.5"
7.5 - 7.8"
6.5 - 6.7"
6.7 - 7"
7 - 7.2"
7.2 - 7.4"
7.3 - 7.6"
7.8 - 8.1"
8.2 - 8.6"
8.6 - 8.9"
8.9 - 9.3"
7 - 7.2"
7.2 - 7.5"
7.5 - 7.7"
7.7 - 8"
8 - 8.2"
ARC'TERYX MEASUREMENT and FIT GUIDE
HOW to MEASURE:
Chest / Bust - Measure around your chest / bust, holding the measuring tape under your armpit.
Waist - Measure around the natural waist, which is often the narrowest part of your waist.
Hip - Measure around your hips at the widest part.
Sleeve Length - With your arms in a slightly bent postion, measure from the center of the back of your neck, along the length of your arm, to the wrist.
Inseam / Pant Length - From a standing position, measure from your crotch to your ankle.
Dress Length - Measuring the front of the garment from the neckline at shoulder to the hem edge.
Head Circumference - Measure the full circumference around the widest part of your head.
Hand Length - Measure from the tip of your middle finger to the base of the palm.
Hand Width - Measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles, excluding the thumb.
• Please note that all the info provided above refers to body measurements, and NOT the dimensions of the garment.
FIT TYPE INFO and DETAILS:
Next to Skin Fit - These snugly-fitting garments are made with stretch fabrics to fit next to the skin to enhance moisture management and thermal efficiency. Garments in this fit category when constructed using Arc'teryx's heavier-weight AR and SV fabrics also perform very well as mid layer pieces, and users should consider selecting a larger size to accommodate a base layer underneath if the intention is to use this layering system as a mid layer option.
Trim Fit - Trim-fitted garments share the motion-friendly traits with Arc'teryx "Athletic" fit garments, but are patterned with lower volume for reduced bulk. These close-fitting pieces layer well under other garments.
Athletic Fit - This is the "Arc'teryx Standard" fit. These complete patterns utilize anatomical shaping and gussets to enhance motion by minimizing excess bulk. Easy layering under or over each item extends seasonal versatility and comfort.
Relaxed Fit - Relaxed fit garments rely on higher volume patterns and a reduced amount of articulation to offer roomy mobility.
Expedition Fit - Cut roomier than the Arc'teryx Athletic fit and suitable for winter/extreme conditions, Expedition (XPD) fit garments are cut larger to accommodate multiple layers without binding or restricting movement.
• You can find the fit type and additional fit info for Arc'teryx styles in the product description FEATURES and SPECIFICATIONS.
Rated 5 out of
Phenomenal!Yes, this is an expensive jacket, no doubt. For those short on time - it looks great, performs even better, and is worth the pretty penny. 60 MPH winds on the top of the slopes in Tahoe? I couldn't feel 'em at all. Wipe out on slushy snow at 50 MPH, nothing wet here! Easy to spot on the slopes in color "Lantern", you betcha! I think the fit is true to size. This jacket is light enough to be a nice rain slicker in warm temps. The hood is roomy, but I didn't wear a helmet, so I tightened it down nice and snug to keep the brutal winds out. This is an inverstment piece that is well worth the $500.
Date published: 2012-01-17
Rated 5 out of
The stingray jacket can take on Mother nature and come out on topThis jacket is the absolutely best jacket I have for winter activities, especially backcountry skiing. The jacket is built a little large so one can throw on a warm underlayer. All of the zippers are waterproof and easy to slide. The pit zips are pretty long so if venting is necessary, you can shed heat really quickly. The hood is large enough to fit over a ski helmet and has lots of adjustment options. The neck is tall enough that you can hide your nose in it when it is really cold and windy. The DWR seems to be very durable, it still sheds moisture like it was new. As a tester in the Mountaintechs program, I have worn a lot of jackets and this one is at the head of the class.
Date published: 2012-12-14
Rated 5 out of
Ski in, ski outThe Stingray jacket never failed to return every penny spent on it in function and versatility as an all-around weather terrain jacket. I like to layer on the warmer side & shed the layers as needed; but with the stingray jacket you can layer like it's 40 F, zip it up & your good to go in 10 F. This brand is built for athletic bodies, with seams that hug your slender frame but arm lengths that reach perfectly for an ideal fit. You can purchase a brand that claims the same functions but once you have owned this brand you will see that your return on the product always turns out to be above expectations. Plus, with Moosejaw's free shipping, you can't go wrong with the prices & service. ,,
Date published: 2011-01-09
Rated 5 out of
My go to ski jacket!For reference I am 5'6", 120#. I bought the small in the olea color. ,,,,It's a great fit for when I want to layer underneath for cold and blustery Colorado ski days. It is long enough to cover my assets without being ridiculous, and prevents snow entry. I don't use the powder skirt, but it does appear to be functional. ,,,,There are plenty of pockets, including one that can be used for a ski pass. The low loft backer material on the softshell doesn't appear to provide a lot of warmth, but my goal with a ski jacket is to avoid insulation in favor of the ability to layer. Nothing's worse than being too hot in your ski jacket! ,,,,This is Arcteryx so the construction, including zippers and seams is exceptional and it looks great!
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 5 out of
I wish I got this for myself.I got this for my gf as a present. And GAWD, i'm drooling all over it and wish I had enough fund in the bank to get myself one. She already owns a GAMMA MX hoody as a mid-layer, she has her 10 year old columbia jacket as an outer layer, What an UPGRADE! (that's what she said). It not only kept her dry and warm, she loves how flexible the jacket is, and the extra room in the jacket helps with layering and yet it is not baggy. ,,,,
Date published: 2012-12-18
Rated 5 out of
Great Jacket!I bought this for my wife as her ski shell/summer rain jacket. First off, the fit is incredible. She's 5'7", 120 lbs and we got the XS. It's small enough in the summer when she's wearing less layers, but big enough in the winter that she can layer up with a down jacket, etc. She has the Roseberry color, which is awesome. As for the fabric, it's great. Super waterproof. Super durable. Love that the inside has a super thin layer of soft backer. This definitely helps cut some edge off the cold, as normal Gore-Tex ProShell fabric can get pretty chilly to the touch in the winter, but doesn't add much to weight and warm, summer wearability. Pocket placement is more climbing-focused, so be aware of that, as they aren't really "hand warmer" pckets. Overall this is a fantastic product made by a fantastic company. The difference in craftsmanship is readily apparent.
Date published: 2014-07-28
Rated 3 out of
Great coat, runs bigI absolutely loved this coat, until I tried it on. The craftsmanship is great, it's a great weight, but it runs big. I ordered an XS, which I usually do with Arcteryx, but the sleeves were long, and the coat was generally baggy on me.
Date published: 2011-11-28
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