The Arc'teryx Women's Beta LT Jacket is one that you will reach for season in and season out, whether you're bagging peaks in the summer or hitting the skintrack come winter. Weighing in at just 11 ounces, the LT is the lightest option in Arc'teryx's Beta line. Its lightweight Gore-Tex Pro fabric keeps you dry through the heaviest downpours while remaining breathable enough for summer alpine ascents. Every external zipper on the jacket is WaterTight, ensuring that you won't get any seepage when you're caught in a spring downpour. And, as you move up the trail, wall, waterfall, or skintrack, you'll appreciate how well the durable face fabric holds up to abrasions and general wear. A trim fit offers bulk-free protection, but doesn't restrict your range of motion thanks to the fully articulated patterning and gusseted underarms. When the adventure turns stormy, the fully-adjustable, helmet-compatible StormHood features a laminated brim that keeps rain and snow out of your face. The cuffs and hem are likewise adjustable, letting you cinch everything tight to make sure that no chilly wind or moisture can permeate your layers.
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