Arc'teryx Theta SV Bib - Women's

Arc'teryx Theta SV Bib - Women's
Arc'teryx Theta SV Bib - Women's
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Theta SV Bib - Women's by Arc'teryx
Whether you ski or snowboard over backcountry or corduroy, the Arc'teryx Women's Theta SV Bib has the full weather protection you crave. Its nylon face has an X Gore-Tex pro membrane that's waterproof and windproof so you stay cozy no matter what blizzardy weather you're facing and that's breathable so your legs won't get sweaty. Plus, Arc'teryx added X Gore-Tex reinforcements at the knees, seat, and lower legs so you're doubly protected in critical areas. The Theta SV has an athletic fit and e3D patterning that follows the contours of your body, lets you move comfortably, and lets you layer easily underneath the bib. Two full-length side zips run down the Theta to help you put your boots on and to provide venting options. The side zips and snaps up top also provide a drop-seat option so bathroom breaks are faster than ever. Also keeping snow out are the comfy Cordura powder cuffs that have boot clips for your convenience. And a Keprotec patch covers your instep to protect the bib from boots and other abrasive features so you'll have the Theta SV for multiple seasons.

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SKU: ARC3631
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Manufactured by Arc'teryx
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