Over the years, I have learned that it is better to just buy the right gear, even if it costs a little more. Personally, i found this jacket on craigslist and was able to get…
- Noah, 12/10/13
I've owned a lot of GoreTex shells over the years and used them bass fishing, backpacking, general camping, snow and water skiing, frequent downpour on my way to the office -…
- Bradley, 11/28/13
If you don't know ArcTeryx Products, you won't believe this jacket. It shocks the heck out of me that they can manufacture a shell of this thickness (not much) while keeping…
- Matt, 12/09/11
Holly Moose poop, $475 for a jacket! Never thought I’d buy a jacket that cost this much, but wish I would have purchased it earlier. I live in Germany and while I’ve only…
- Joe, 12/29/12
This shell will 100% keep you dry while out in wet weather. The only reason I did not give it "5 stars" is because it could be a little longer in length. I have been wearing a…
- Janine, 12/19/11
I LOVE this jacket! Not only is it functional, warm, breathable, light and waterproof, but it looks great as well! I get compliments on this coat all the time! I got the Black…
- Caren, 01/15/13
This jacket is perfect for those maybe it will rain, maybe it won't days. When I throw it in my pack, it takes up next to nothing for space, but if it starts to rain, the ja…
- Linda, 12/13/12
It's reall good jacket.It's can breath and also good at rainproof.I love it.…
- zheng, 03/18/13
I'm 6'0 and 185lbs and the large/regular fits perfect. Typical Arcteryx quality, durable, breathable and not bad looking. I was looking for an all around XC ski, sledding, may…
- Ryan, 11/19/13
i needed to step up my gift game this year so i went all arcteryx lolz...this one was for my bro who doesn't have a good gore-tex shell but has alot of base layers, so i decid…
- jonathan, 12/11/13
This is the best in-city rain jacket I've ever owned. No pit zips, so probably not your best bet for high-intensity activity, but it's completely waterproof and has a great a…
- Stephen, 06/20/13
Got my girlfriend and I lost on an old crumbling granite mountain in the Wichita Mountain National Wildlife Refuge resulting in a grueling four mile bushwhack/boulder crawl in…
- Judd, 03/12/12
I got these as a replacement for a worn out pair of MH paclite Gore Tex Pants. So far, no complaints, very sturdy construction, the reinforcements around the ankles are great…
- JOSE, 05/09/11
I was looking for a lightweight, waterproof, and breathable shell that I could use all year round in all types of weather conditions and I think I found it with the Beta FL. I…
- Francis, 08/07/13
I had tried many different Gortex jackets and I was not impressed. The insides of those jackets were always wet with any high aerobic activity.
I bought the Beta FL not exp…
- GUY, 10/06/12
I bought these pants because of the full length zipper which is actually quite hard to find on women's pants. I like having the control over ventilation. That being said, th…
- Kayla, 12/14/13
I own both the Zenta and Beta gloves and like the dexterity of the Beta glove.Both gloves are very well make but the Beta fit is a more comfortable fit and has a leash attache…
- J. H., 10/13/13
I use these gloves for cleaning the snow off my car in the winter. They work great!…
- Jack, 06/09/13
I go backpacking every winter in the White mountains and these are the pants I wear. I bought them because so few women's pants have the full length zipper on the outside whi…
- Kayla, 07/29/13
Little pricey but will hopefully last a while, awesome fit…
- christopher, 03/23/13
Climbers rejoice! I'm here to tell you about the line of Arc'Teryx Beta Jackets. Arc'teryx Beta is made with the best technology and from the best fabrics. We're talking three-layer waterproof Gore-Tex, and tiny GORE seam tape to lock out moisture. The Arc'teryx Beta jacket is available in different styles, too, to match up with your outdoor activities.
Arc'teryx Beta SL Jacket - The lightest, most packable of the Beta bunch (I just came up with that all on my own), the Arc'teryx Beta SL is a Gore-Tex Paclite that is basically built for storm protection. Hikers and cyclists love the compressible, stripped down design and its helmet friendly drop hood.
Arc'teryx Beta LT Jacket - Ideal for light and fast alpine minimalists, this highly technical mountain jacket also crosses over to urban environments. The Arc'teryx Beta LT features a shorter, waist-length cut to reduce weight and bulk. A helmet-compatible stow hood helps keep things lightweight while providing complete storm protection.
Arc'teryx Beta AR Jacket - In the toughest alpine environments, the Arc'teryx Beta AR jacket provides superior snow-shedding, waterproof protection. This no-nonsense Gore-Tex Pro Shell jacket features reinforced shoulders and elbows, a helmet-compatible drop hood, and is completely windproof and waterproof. Articulated elbows, underarm gussets, and full seat coverage keep you mobile and flexible in the Beta AR.
When you're getting serious on the mountainside, Arc'Teryx Beta pants will keep you comfortable and dry. Arc'teryx Beta LT pants feature 3-layer Gore-Tex waterproof protection with a streamlined design that make these waterproof pants light enough for every outing. Lighter still are the Arc'teryx Beta AR pants. Also featuring Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric construction, these lightweight rainproof pants are truly a four-season outdoor garment.