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The Arcteryx Women'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. Perfect mid-layer alternative to bulky fleece layers.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Atom LT Hoody
Lightweight wind resistant face fabric with DWR finish
Warm and resilient Coreloft insulation
Low profile, stretch side panels provide ventilation and 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 Women's Atom LT Hoody
Weight: 12.9 oz / 365 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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I wanted a jacket that wasn't goose down and this was the jacket that I ended up purchasing. I have worn it in the cold winter months here in AR, I took it to Spain, and on an extensive climbing trip in Oregon. Despite it's light weight, it is incredibly warm. It moves really well, whether you're hiking or even going up a route. The hood provides nice protection from the wind. You can wear this jacket as an outer layer or underneath your hard shell and it works perfectly. I'd recommend this jacket to anyone sort of adventurer.
Quite warm. Not too puffy or oversized. The cuffs are the best, stretchy fabric around the cuffs are comfortable without bunching and very comfort, I love this detail. I like the stretchy fabric on the sides for fit and breath-ability. The Arcteryx fabric choices are always fabulous.
I look forward to the fall and winter solely so I can wear this jacket. It is the most comfortable, warm, and attractive jacket that I have ever owned. I took it last summer on a backpacking trip on the AT - and because of the chilly weather I was constantly wearing this. It kept me warm and comfy in some very uncomfortable situations. Basically, you can never go wrong with any arcteryx jacket, especially this one. I love it!!
Loved this jacket a lot & thought the price was super reasonable for the quality and product. Unfortunately I returned it, very reluctantly though. It was just too short for my torso and with hopes of wearing it in snow sports I didn't want to risk it. I'm 5'7- 120lbs and other than the length ( which is a me thing, not the jacket) it fit well everywhere else. The arms were especially nice-- long enough and perfect amount of fit & tightness in the cuff. Will be on the search for something similar.
Very pleased with this - this was my first intro to Arcteryx and i had never spent that much on a little jacket before - and it was worth every penny. I use the jacket horseback riding and it keeps me warm as either an outer layer or a mid layer all year long. zipping and unzipping makes dramatic changes (great on trail - don't need to be taking things off and putting them on). hood fits nicely over my helmet.
"Much warmer than you'd expect given the light weight"
I use the jacket for horseback riding and am amazed how warm it keeps me both in the barn and on horseback. The hood goes over the helmet nicely and zipping the jacket up/down changed how warm it is. exceeded espectations.
I wear this jacket for my bike commute from about 30-50*F in pretty rough winds. With the side vents, it is a good combination of breathable and wind-resistant. I'll wear it without a rain shell in snow, sleet, and light rain but not any kind of downpour. The best feature for bikers, by far, is that the hood fits *underneath* a bike or skate helmet. That helps *so* much with warmth in winter wind. If you can find this on sale, that's great, but I would not have minded paying full price for this!
I purchased this coat while I was studying a semester abroad in Europe. I was traveling almost every weekend, to London, the Swiss Alps, etc. and needed a way to stay warm that would fit in a regular daypack (pretty much all we got to bring on our RyanAir flights). I was also living in Granada, Spain at the base of the Sierra Nevadas, so it got really cold, especially at night. This coat gave me everything I needed - super packable, stylish, very warm, and water resistant. I honestly love everything about it. I'm 5'9 and thin, and the small and medium fit me, but I went medium to have room to layer.
Love this coat. It is light like a fleece but so much more warmth and the movement is great in it. The coat is fairly wind resistant and keeps the rain away in a light rain. Pop it under a shell and it adds a large amount of warmth without the bulk. Vents nicely too because of the fleece like material on the side panels. Didn't give it a "love it" just because there seemed to be a huge difference in sizing between the M and L.
"Incredibly versatile, light, and comfortable. My favorite jacket!"
Bought this jacket about 5 months ago and it's already performed admirably on several camping and climbing trips, as well as around town. Packs down really well, and is actually quite warm as long as the wind isn't too bad (the powerstretch-ish material in the side panels isn't too great in the wind.) Warmth-to-weight ratio is amazing, and this jacket is also incredibly flattering. Great buy!
"Great jacket, so long as it's not too windy!"
I took this XC skiing and it was fantastic. I wore a C3 baselayer underneath and was plenty warm. I especially liked the tightness of the sleeves on the end--stretchy enough to be comfortable, but snug so the jacket's sleeves stay in place. I was also able to pack it down and fit it in my purse later in the day around town. Definitely functional and stylish.