Arc'teryx Beta SV Bib - Men's

Arc'teryx Beta SV Bib - Men's
Arc'teryx Beta SV Bib - Men's
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Beta SV Bib - Men's by Arc'teryx
For burly adventures in difficult alpine areas, Acr'teryx delivers the Beta SV Bib to protect against abrasions and keep out frigid water, ice, and rain. Freedom of movement and protection are at the heart of the Beta SV, and it uses a relaxed fit and highly durable Gore-Tex Pro 2. 0 with reinforced areas that are prone to frequent abuse. For holding up against wear and tear from boots and crampons, Arc'teryx uses Keprotec instep patches, and a 100D Cordura PowderCuff to secure to the boots.WaterTight Zippers keep out melting icy and mixed weather on your alpine quests, and a drop seat is at the ready in case the call hits you. A central bib pocket holds essentials, and a flapped thigh pocket is there for utility and is conveniently tucked out of the way of climbing harnesses.

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SKU: ARCZ96E
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