Atom AR Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's by Arc'teryx
The Arc'teryx Atom AR Hooded Insulated Jacket is ready for peak-bagging missions, weekends in the wilderness, and cold days on the slopes. Layer it under a shell on particularly cold, wet days or wear it as a standalone piece when conditions are less harsh. Synthetic Coreloft insulation in the body, sleeves, and hood keep heat in while you embark on your winter adventures, and it retains its heat even when it gets wet. Coreloft is also highly packable making it easy to stow the jacket in your pack for easy access for when you need it next. When worn alone, the durable and lightweight stretch face fabric protects the jacket from tears from minor abrasions. Treated with a Durable Water Repellent, the outer shell of the jacket repels light precipitation when you're caught in an unexpected rain or show shower. When the conditions become more severe, pull on the insulated StormHood that will fit over your climbing helmet for elevated warmth. The jersey-knit stretch cuffs and drawcord hem seal out the elements so you stay nice and warm. Arc'teryx knows that you shouldn't have to sacrifice mobility for warmth. So as a result, the Atom AR was constructed with articulated elbows and underarm gussets so you can reach for your next climbing hold without being held back by your jacket meaning you get the performance you need in the wilderness.
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