Built for adventurous pursuits where severe weather is imminent, the Arc'teryx Women's Beta SV Jacket delivers unrelenting protection from the worst conditions imaginable. Think uphill slogs through raging snowstorms, soaking deluges in coastal forests, and battering winds on exposed summits. It's the most durable jacket in Arc'teryx's Essentials collection, thanks to its Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer construction and strong face fabric.Gore-Tex Pro construction acts as impenetrable fortress from driving rains, wind-blasted summits, and heavy snowstorms. This means you'll stay pleasantly protected from the worst conditions, regardless of whether you're suffering through a summit quest or pushing through unrelenting rains to the next campsite. Reinforcing the jacket's most vulnerable points from moisture intrusion, WaterTight zippers along the main closure, exterior pockets, and underarm vents keep the heaviest precipitation from sneaking inside and dampening your body. Cinching tightly to seal out the elements, the helmet-compatible StormHood features nifty Cohaesive adjusters that tighten with the simple push of a button, and the hood's laminated brim keeps moisture from dripping inside and obscuring your vision. Taller for additional coverage, the extended collar zips up nicely to keep out the elements, complete with a brushed lining for soft-wearing comfort. Plus, the fully articulated pattern of the jacket's cut ensures that you can move unrestricted through your most demanding pursuits.
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