What's good for the goose is good for you, and Arc'teryx joins the feather-fete with the Thorium AR Down Jacket. It's a durable, flexible piece that combines goose down and Coreloft insulation to meet your winter outwear demands. Wear it to and from the office, hiking to the final summit of the season, or under a shell while blasting through waist-deep powder in single-digit sunshine. Regardless of how you spend your time, the Thorium jacket protects you from the cold, alone or under a hardshell. The Thorium is a unique piece, using both synthetic and down insulation. The warm-when-wet Coreloft insulation hangs out in the collar, cuffs and under the arms, as these areas are more prone to moisture. The down insulation resides in the sleeves and the core of the jacket to give you body-hugging warmth on frigid days. Durable Colibri mini-ripstop nylon is treated with DWR, so when flurrying snow or light rain lands on the jacket, the water beads up on the surface rather than being absorbed by the fabric and soaking the insulation. It's newly updated to include a stuff sack so you can easily throw it into your pack, and has two hand pockets to keep your essentials close by. Whether you sit at the 50-yard line in Buffalo, sled with your 5-year-old, or snowboard with friends, the Thorium jacket keeps you warm, on its own or as a layer.
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Arc'teryx Thorium AR Down Jacket - Men's
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