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The Arcteryx Men's Atom LT Hoody. This versatile hoody combines vital core warmth with superb mobility. Lightweight and compressible, Coreloft insulation is used in the torso, arms, and hood, while underarm side panels feature breathable, Polartec Power Stretch with Hard-face technology.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Atom LT Hoody
Lightweight wind resistant face fabric with DWR finish
Warm and resilient synthetic Coreloft insulation
Low profile, stretch side panels provide ventilation and allows for a trim fit
Insulated Scuba Hood adds warmth, fits under a helmet
Two hand pockets with zippers, internal chest pocket with zipper
Hem drawcord can be adjusted to seal out drafts
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Men's Atom LT Hoody
Weight: 13.2 oz / 375 g
Fit: Trim, hip length
Luminara - 100% nylon
Polartec Power Stretch with Hardface technology - 88% polyester, 12% spandex
Coreloft 60 insulation (60 g/m2)
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This jacket has quickly become my favorite. It has an awesome DWR finish on the outside with plenty of warmth on the inside, without being bulky. The cuffs on the sleeves are the best I have ever seen. I am 6'3 around 165 pounds--got a large-- and I like that the jacket is slim but still has long enough sleeves for my pretty lanky figure. It is a bit pricier than other jackets, but I'd say it is totally worth it, and I got it for a great deal. I have it in the green and thalo blue. The green looks a lot better in person, if you are contemplating it, and the thalo blue is just plain awesome. Lastly, this jacket is longer in the back, which I really like. Definitely pick this up if you are looking at it.
"Excellent synthetic insulation for high output activities"
I have used this jacket for climbing and mountaineering/ice climbing.For the first activity, I found it a little bit fragile against the rock and no so much abrasion resistant, but the good news are that accomplished perfectly its objective of keeping me warm and comfortable during low temps days, just a Silkweight T underneath.For mountaineering I found it excellent!!!, I have used it as a midlayer as well as outerlayer with NO wind outside. If there is wind…you must use a shell. The side panels are great to let the moisture go out, but are the same as permeable to let the wind go in…One thing that is very important to mention is that in case you overheat, and get wet, you will get dry so quickly that is an advantage when the cold outside is strong and the bar is days away!!!!Bottom line it is a very versatile jacket, but you have to pay attention where you will use it.Fit is slim, but roomier and longer than the Atom LT (no hooded).I am 6.4, 220 pounds, XL
I got this off of a recommendation from a Moosejaw Employee and I absolutely love it! Wore it all winter, and it works wonders. I use it as a mid-layer in the coldest snowy months under my down jacket, and as an outer layer in the spring/fall. I have never had a single problem with it. If you're in the market for an all around jacket that's windproof, incredibly warm, and comfortable beyond belief, chose this one!
One of my few Arcteryx pieces in my collection. This one is by far the most used piece I own. It's a great fit for me (small), I'm a standard frame size, more so on the smaller side at 145lbs, 5'9" I used this on colder ski days to layer up but I also use this for fall and winter months in here in New York. It's so versatile, I love it. When I travel up north, I just compress the jacket into one of it's sleeves as mentioned on Arcteryx website. It doubles as a travel pillow here. The only issue as mentioned in other reviews is the main zipper when fully zipped does undo itself when messing around with the hood, bringing it over your head and such. Other than that, great jacket. My wife ones one now.
"You will have no buyers remorse at all!"
Me being a cheap college student, I was pretty apprehensive about buying a jacket at this price, but I have a rain jacket from Arcteryx and I couldn't complain about it even if I tried. So I knew the quality of the brand. So I splurged a little bit on this item. When I received it I couldn't have been happier. It will probably prove to be the best outerwear item I've ever bought. It says in the item description that it is lightweight, but that is an understatement. When I picked the package up I thought they forgot to put the jacket in the box. It blew my mind. I was comparing this to the Patagonia Nano Puff (which I'm sure is great), but I knew from a little experience that this jacket is warmer. Also, with moosejaw's sale prices it is similar price, so in my humble opinion you get more bang for your buck. In an climate where it doesn't get incredibly cold I believe this is the best jacket you could buy.
"Best mid weight insulation for anywhere south of the arctic."
extremely warm for it's weight and size. comfortable, and cut to function well when using harness. size it slightly bigger than other Arcteryx pieces for a better fit, unless you want it snug and short ending at the waist.
I bring this jacket with me on almost all of my trips. It is light enough that it adds hardly any weight to my pack. The side panels allow for lots of air flow so I don't overheat while hiking. By throwing a hard shell over top of it, I've been able to use it at temperatures below freezing.
"Experiencing buyer's remorse is impossible with this jacket"
I bought this jacket as a synthetic insulation layer for alpine climbing and multipitch trad climbing. I was pleasantly surprised by how warm, and comfortable the jacket was. Technical cut, the material is abrasion-resistant allowing you to climb without the jacket getting scuffed up, the hood is large enough to accommodate a helmet, the hand-pockets are toasty-warm, and there is a small internal pocket large enough to hold a cellphone or other small items. I love this jacket. :D
"Awesome Jacket. Not for Arctic Explorers."
I got this jacket for hiking and general use in moderate-cold temperatures. For that purpose, it is perfect! I generally run kind of warm, but the insulation on this jacket seems just right for my needs (~30-40 degrees).The jacket is extremely lightweight, and packs up extremely well for those trips with lots of temperature fluctuation. It fits me really well, with a nice, slim fit. I am 5'10" and about 155 pounds and got a small, which works perfectly. Sleeves are just the right length, and never move from my wrists!The only thing I haven't had much chance to test is the DWR, but from the light showers I have had the jacket in, I have never gotten wet.
"Outstanding jaclet for what it is designed for, Arcteryx is the gold standard."
I don't skimp on quality jackets and don't mind spending some extra dough to ensure I've got some effective protection. I have been wearing it since Christmas, as a mid layer for warmth, and casually as a outer jacket. The fit and function is outstanding. I was hesitant to get the LT because I didn't think it would have enough insulation. To the touch, it doesn't have much bulk, although it does a surprisingly good job of trapping warmth. The hood design is money, as ARC seems to have that design figured out very well. Pockets are good, zippers are solid, and feels very comfortable on the skin. Match this ATOM LT with a smartwool quarter-zip, and I'm set for a good majority of outdoor active ventures. My only dig on this (and its not extremely valid seeing as this is a mid layer design) when worn as an outer coat, the area in the armpit running down to the bottom of the coat is elastic. No doubt, it is there for movement purposes, but wind will cut right through. Durable,GREAT BUY!