Kappa Hooded Insulated Jacket - Men's by Arc'teryx
Whether you're headed into the alpine, spending a day on the slopes, or discovering a new ice climbing route, the Arc'teryx Kappa Hooded Insulated Jacket will keep you warm and allow you perform at your best. Filled with thermally efficient, air-permeable, low-bulk Coreloft insulation and protected by a Gore Thermium shell, the Kappa will keep you warm and dry throughout your winter pursuits. The Gore Thermium shell is windproof, highly breathable, and sheds snow and light rain. To elevate the water resistant properties, the seams are fully taped throughout the jacket to prevent water from seeping in through the cracks. The Gore Thermium keeps the Coreloft insulation protected so it can keep you warm. The laminated construction also helps with that by eliminating cold spots that often occur in quilted baffling of similar insulated jackets. The Kappa has all the features you could expect for a successful, active winter adventure. For example, when you're up in the alpine or on an ice route, the StormHood fits over your helmet and rotates with your head so you have unimpeded visibility. The articulated patterning offers you unrestricted mobility so you can reach those high holds with ease. When it's your turn to belay, you can unzip the bottom of the front zipper so you don't run the risk of the jacket getting caught in your ATC.
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