The Arc'teryx Women's Cerium SV Jacket is a down insulated jacket for severe weather in the backcountry. Whether you're belaying your best bud or hiking for miles, the Cerium SV is packed with 850 grey goose down to warm your body in frigid temps. Using Down Composite Mapping, it also places Coreloft synthetic insulation in moisture-prone areas, such as the shoulders, collar front, and forearms for additional weather protection. Staying dry and warm is paramount in the wintery backcountry. The 20D ripstop nylon fabric, Airetica, helps keep the weight down on the jacket as well as allow it to compress down small into the included stuff sack for use as a pillow in a pinch, or just packing it into your pack for emergencies. The silky feel is soft to the touch and allows layers to be pulled on over or under with ease. As a stand alone jacket or mid-layer, the Cerium SV is quite the champ.
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