Arc'teryx Theta AR Jacket - Women's

Arc'teryx Theta AR Jacket - Women's
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Theta AR Jacket - Women's by Arc'teryx
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Arc'teryx Theta AR Jacket - Women's

You shouldn't need a closet full of shells just to get outside, which is why Arc'teryx designed its Women's Theta AR Jacket with versatility in mind. The Theta AR is decked out with every feature you could ever want on a wet or windy day, regardless of whether you're navigating city streets, skiing at the resort, or doing a little springtime mountaineering. This jacket is more than an exercise in utility--articulated design provides full-range of motion plus feminine styling, so your bright fuchsia manicure isn't the only give-away that you're a lady.The waterproof, breathable N40p-X Gore-Tex Pro fabric sheds snow like your dog sheds fur in July and still allows excess body heat to escape, so you won't overheat. While waterproofing and breathability are key, the durability of the Gore-Tex Pro fabric makes the Theta AR stand out in a crowd. Tightly woven strands of 40-denier nylon rebuke abrasions and untoward advances by rock faces, ski poles, and sharp branches, all the while remaining soft and supple. The hood attaches at the base of the full stand-up collar, meaning you can zip to your chin and not have the hood hovering around your face. Fully articulated and no-lift gusseted underarms let you stretch for a hold in class three terrain without taking the entire jacket with you, and underarm vents help cool you down if you're hiking through the prelude of a mid-summer monsoon.

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