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The Men's Strato Hoody by Arcteryx. The distinctively textured Strato Hoody is a technical snowsports layering piece that features low profile stretch-woven cuffs that shed snow and reduce layering bulk under shells and gloves. Polartec Thermal Pro Cobble insulates and breathes during activity, and a laminated hoody brim maintains shape and improves visibility.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Strato Hoody
Moisture wicking, breathable and lightly insulated fabric
No-lift gusseted underarms for freedom of movement
Full front zipper with chin guard
Two hand pockets with laminated zippers
Hem cinches tight with adjustable drawcord
High warmth-to-weight ratio
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Men's Strato Hoody
Weight: (M): 21.1 oz / 598 g
Fit: Relaxed, hip length
Polartec Thermal Pro Cobble (64% Recycled Content)
Schoeller Dynamic GNS
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The jacket is mediocre, not as nice as my Patagonia that was about half the price. It's pretty baggy, decent quality but over all nothing spectacular. It should be softer and thicker , overall very unimpressed. An appropriate price for this item would be around $80. If i had looked at it in a store i would not have purchased.
I have no clue what possessed me to be a hoody for this price. I plead insanity. That aside this is a great mid layer. Perfect for late fall early winter where it can dip down into the 30's and 40's. Keeps you perfectly warm and can be paired with a great shell to the ultimate winter combo. The quality is second to none which is expected of arcteryx. Everything feels like it wasn't made by a small child forced to work in deplorable conditions for pennies an hour. The whole hoody exudes quality but you have to pay for that quality and that's the only downfall. It's a bit expensive and probably will net you instant buyers remorse.
Very very dissapointed with the quality on outside of this fleece. The material pilled after the 1st wash. Besideds that that fleece is cosy and warm and fits well, but cant say its worth the money due to the overall image after one wash.
"Very Nice Hoody; The Usual Arcteryx Quality"
A very nice addition to my closetful of Arcteryx gear. Worn it a couple of times already in central New York beginnings of winter. Almost too warm for the 30s with just a ss T under it. and yes an iPhine 5 will fit in the sleeve pocket (but it's tight).
I've had the strato for a little while and it seems to be larger around the mid section than other arcteryx clothing. I'm 6'2 and 170lbs and I have a few arcteryx items that are all larges and fit fine, but for some reason the sizing must be different for this jacket b/c I feel like I am wearing an XL. The jacket is still very warm, but I would recommend trying it on first to be sure the mid section fits well.
"Arc'teryx Strato Hoody Rules! Best life time guaranteed investment i have made..."
Arc'teryx once again proves their greatness yet again with the Strato Hoody- another life time guaranteed, non bulky or heavy weighing, wind resistant, warm, comfortable, stylish mid layer/outer layer jacket. Most def a loyal fan to the brand Arc'teryx for doing what the wannabe competitors can't- provide fantastic gear that truly represents what it is meant to do. I got a men's size medium being a very tall, athletic young woman who likes the sleeve and torso length to be that beyond mid elbow/mid-waist, per how most women's sizes tend to fit me. I love the fact that I achieve the same aforementioned results irregardless of whether wearing a t-shirt or multiple layers under this Hoody.
I bought this as a Christmas present for my boyfriend. The blue is a beautiful color (lighter than navy but darker than royal) and I also adore the honeycomb pattern detail. Boyfriend is 6'5" and weighs about 280 - I believe the XL will fit him perfectly (based on the fact that I tried that jacket on and know how the clothing he already owns fits me). Super warm but not too heavy.