Arc'teryx Beta LT Jacket - Women's

Arc'teryx Beta LT Jacket - Women's
Arc'teryx Beta LT Jacket - Women's
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Beta LT Jacket - Women's by Arc'teryx
Hiking in the fall, ice climbing in the winter, and skiing in the spring--it seems like you wear the Arc'teryx Women's Beta LT Jacket all year. That's probably because its lightweight Gore-Tex Pro fabric keeps you dry through the heaviest downpours while remaining breathable enough for summer alpine ascents. Or maybe it's the durable nylon face fabric that takes any beating you throw at it, or the trim fit, or the e3D patterning that enhances your range of motion when you reach through those technical cruxes on your ice route. Weighing in at a mere 11 ounces, the Beta LT is the lightest option in the Beta line, and is ideal for fast-and-light missions, spring touring, and summer peak-bagging. The adjustable, helmet-compatible StormHood features a laminated brim that doesn't hinder your visibility when hiking through the rain. Its WaterTight Vislon front zipper repels water, and the drop-back hem is adjustable so you're sealed from head to hips in total weather protection while you play outside.

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SKU: ARC00O7
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