The Arc'teryx Proton FL Hooded Jacket provides a nice balance between air permeability and thermal protection when you're alpine or rock climbing in the summers. Its Fortius Air 20 fabric offers light wind resistance while still allowing air to pass freely in and out so you don't get overheated. Its Octa Loft insulation offers breathability as well while keeping you warm in those cool alpine temperatures. Designed with climbing in mind, the zippered chest pockets allow you to access your gear when wearing a harness. Additionally, the dual hem adjustments keep the jacket tucked under your harness while you're climbing. And, by weighing in at under 10oz, the Proton is easy to bring along on all of your alpine and climbing adventures.
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Arc'teryx Proton FL Hooded Jacket - Women's
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