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Arcteryx Beta AR Jacket

Description: Arcteryx Beta AR Jacket

Streamlined to provide all you backcountry minimalists with the kind of storm protection you dream of, the Arc’teryx Beta AR Jacket is one tasty slice of action. While it may be extremely lightweight, it actually is loaded with massive amounts of durability to fuel your most harrowing adventures. A Gore-Tex Pro Shell delivers impressive waterproofing and breathability in a package that cuts down on bulk. Whenever the nasty weather is setting off overhead, just activate the Drop Hood for immediate defense. Able to withstand all kinds of alpine abuse, the Arc’teryx Beta AR Jacket has an appetite for exploration.

Features of the Arcteryx Beta AR Jacket


  • Fabrics/Materials: N40r Gore-Tex Pro 3L/N150p Gore-Tex Pro 3L
  • Windproof: Yes
  • Type of Waterproofing: Durable Water Repellent/ Gore-Tex three-layer construction
  • Weight: 433 g / 15.3 oz
  • Length: Hip length
  • Pockets: Internal chest pocket and two high-volume hand pockets
  • Zipper: WaterTight External Zippers
  • Fit: Athletic
  • Hood: Helmet compatible Drop Hood w/ Glove-friendly hood adjusters
  • Hem: Adjustable hem drawcord
  • Seam Sealed: Fully seam-sealed w/ Gore-Tex seam tap
  • Collar: laminated Chin Guard
Arcteryx Beta AR Jacket Colors Available:
ANVIL GREY, CHIPOTLE, SAGUARO GREEN, THALO BLUE, BLACK, NIGHTHAWK

Arcteryx Beta AR Jacket

Was: $550.00
Now: $384.95 - $550.00
Style 12701


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Arcteryx Beta AR Jacket Reviews


Average of 3 Reviews:

TOP FIVE BEST USES

  • Outdoor Activities (3)
  • Hiking and Camping (3)
  • Climbing/Mountaineering (3)
  • Casual Wear (3)
  • Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding (3)

TOP FIVE PROS

  • Lightweight (3)
  • Good Design (3)
  • Breathable (3)
  • Wind Resistant (3)
  • Water Resistant (3)

  Weather proof & lightweight!!

REVIEWED BY: PNW SKIER    2014-07-16

"I'm super impressed with my Beta AR jacket. I ski in it, hike in wet conditions in it, wear it all winter in the soggy pacific northwest, basically I live in this jacket nine months out of the year. It's durable, waterproof and windproof and light weight. "

  • Pros: Breathable,Good Design,Lightweight,Water Resistant,Wind Resistant
  • Best Uses: Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding,Casual Wear,Climbing/Mountaineering,Hiking and Camping,Outdoor Activities,Wet Weather
  • Sizing: Feels True to Size
  • Sleeve Length: Feels True to Size
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  Cannot believe how light this jacket is

REVIEWED BY: BILLYB    2014-06-01

"Was so surprised how thin this jacket was and still worked like much bulkier albeit cheaper ones. It was worth paying for the quality of Arcteryx."

  • Pros: Breathable,Good Design,Lightweight,Water Resistant,Wind Resistant,Packs small for it's quality build
  • Best Uses: Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding,Casual Wear,Climbing/Mountaineering,Hiking and Camping,Outdoor Activities,This jacket goes with me everywhere
  • Sizing: Feels True to Size
  • Sleeve Length: Feels True to Size
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  BETA jacket

REVIEWED BY: THOMAS RAY    2013-02-04

"I'm very satisfied with my Arcteryx Beta jacket purchase. I wear it for pretty much anything. Snowboarding, camping, hiking, ice skating, biking, even while chopping wood in the back. Very durable. The Gore-tex material keeps your dry even in torrential rains. I like the minimalist look and I think it has nice style to it, and my wife agrees.
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  • Pros: Breathable,Good Design,Lightweight,Water Resistant,Wind Resistant
  • Best Uses: Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding,Casual Wear,Climbing/Mountaineering,Hiking and Camping,Outdoor Activities,Wet Weather
  • Sizing: Feels True to Size
  • Sleeve Length: Feels True to Size
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