Arc'teryx Atom AR Jacket

Arc'teryx Logo, 4 kbAtom Series: Synthetic insulated mid layers
AR: All-Round.

Significantly warmer and more protective than a fleece hoody, this insulated hoody is breathable enough to be used as a super warm mid-layer on frigid days and protective enough to be an outer layer while belaying or hanging out at camp. An extra thick dose of synthetic Coreloft™ insulates but packs small.

Arc'teryx Coreloft™ Insulation

Developed by Arc'teryx, Coreloft™ is a synthetic insulation made of staple fibres in mixed sizes that are crimped to trap air and retain warmth. Available in different thicknesses for end-use performance and comfort.

  • Lightweight and highly compressible
  • Durable and resilient
  • Retains its warmth in humid and wet conditions and dries quickly if wet

Helmet Compatible Stormhood™

The Arc'teryx helmet compatible Stormhood™ is designed to provide the ultimate protection in cold or wet weather. The laminated brim and hood adjusters secure tightly and deliver full coverage without restricting movement or visibility.

  • Laminated brim
  • Adjustable hood cinch cords
  • Tall collar for full coverage
Mens Atom AR Hoody
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Womens Atom AR Hoody
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See this product at the Ellis Brigham shop
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