I've worn this jacket hiking in Alabama (where it doesn't get too cold) and it's perfect for those times when the wind bites just a little too much for short sleeves. It's thi…
- Amy, 12/04/10
Muscle Shoals, Alabama
I bought this for my girlfriend and she really likes it! It seems to run pretty small as she is about 5'8" and had to get a large because it was too tight around the chest. It…
- Grant, 09/08/13
Got this for my wife for Xmas and she loves it. She's able to hang around in it without getting too hot but its warm enough to go out in the cold with the addition of jacket.…
- Elliot, 01/17/14
I'm 5'11 and 189lbs and bought this in size L. I really like the fit. Trim fit, but not too much. It was exactly what I was looking for. A thin, lightweight, comfortable jacke…
- Corey, 03/03/13
Its a great product to layer up, I wouldn't use it as a stand alone unless its only slightly chilly (does not stop wind). Fabric is soft but very durable. As all arcteryx item…
- Aseem, 10/07/12
I used this on a climbing trip in the French Alps. It kept me warm without the bulk and was super breathable despite my high level of activity. Plus, it is super stylish. The…
- Rachel, 10/17/13
I made the mistake of buying one that's a smidge too big (my fault-- I cut the tags too soon and wore it), but it's warm and comfortable. I bought the Raku-- darker purple th…
- Ronna, 10/10/13
This shirt was a gift and I couldn't believe the price tag...until I put it on for the first time! It fits great, looks great, but best of all, it works. Took it for a one-nig…
- Gretchen, 12/07/10
I'm so happy I bought this!! It is a great layering piece-- not too heavy or bulky. Goes great along with other layers. I have worn it to the climbing gym and it moves well…
- Alexis, 01/21/10
Very nice and warm golves…
- yu, 02/19/14
These are really nice gloves. They work well to keep your hands warm. They are a little slick if warn by themselves and don't protect from wind that much. If you get these as…
- WU, 11/29/13
Arc'teryx Delta is where it's at when it comes to insulating snuggly fleece. The Delta comes in three different weights: the Delta LT is a snug lightweight baselayer, the Delta AR is a midweight high-loft layer, and the Delta SV is a high-loft midlayer jacket.
The Arc'teryx Delta LT Zip Pullover makes a sweet baselayer under a softshell jacket or you can pull it over your tee on a cooler fall day. The Delta LT is made with Polartec Classic 100 Micro Velour, and features a small grid pattern to trap heat when worn under a jacket. This moisture wicking, breathable fleece top has a killer warmth-to-weight ratio, and keeps you comfortable during aerobic activity. Also check out the Delta LT Jacket, which is like the pullover, but with a full zip for super efficient venting.
Next in line is the Arc'teryx Delta AR Zip. The AR part stands for All Round, like all year round, which is when you can use this jacket. This mid-weight baselayer features a 1/2 zip for venting, a trim fit, and a longer cut, all of which make it totally rad for layering. The Delta AR is made from Polartec Thermal Pro with a high-loft and a grid pattern to help regulate your temperature and keep an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio.
Finally, the Arc'teryx Delta SV Jacket is the most hard-core of the Delta club. It's probably club president, or at least treasurer. This plush fleece is their warmest and most protective fleece jacket. The Delta SV features Polartec Thermal Pro construction with a high loft that traps heat, wicks moisture, and is breathable. Wear the Arc'teryx Delta SV as a stand-alone chilly weather jacket, or as a killer baselayer in mountain climates.