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Arc'teryx Squamish Hoody Jacket Mens

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Price: $108.62 - $149.95
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  • Lightweight
  • Compressible and packable
  • Wind resistant
  • DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps repel water from fabric surface
  • Articulated elbows

Product Description

Extremely light and compressible, this hooded windshell features ultralight minimalist construction and stows in the chest pocket for maximum packability. Made with a premium wind resistant fabric that has surprising strength and resilience, this very light layer provides simple, effective shelter. Use the Squamish Hoody when the temperature begins to drop, in cool winds or over an air permeable midlayer.

Key Features of the Arc'teryx Squamish Hoody Jacket:
  • Lightweight
  • Compressible and packable
  • Wind resistant
  • DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps repel water from fabric surface
  • Articulated elbows
  • Gusseted underarms
  • Athletic fit for a slimmer more flattering profile
  • Adjustable hood drawcords
  • Soft hood brim
  • Full front zip
  • Micro corded zipper pulls
  • Laminated die-cut Velcro® cuff adjusters reduce bulk, and won''t catch or tear off
  • Adjustable hem drawcord
  • Drop back hem
  • Chest stow pocket with attachment point
  • Stows away in its own pocket
  • Reflective logo
  • Weight: 155 g / 5.5 oz
  • Fit: Athletic Fit, Hip Length
  • GossameraTM-100% Nylon ripstop fabric with water repellant coating

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 12 x 2 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00HS5N16A
  • Item model number: 13647-201530-22897-XXL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,412 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Orange Monster on May 15, 2014
Size: LargeColor: Oxblood Verified Purchase
The fit of this jacket is perfect. It's athletic, not slim, or trim, but not regular or relaxed. I'm 6ft, 210, 42R jacket, 35in waist; I wear the large.

I wear a windbreaker at work for probably 100 days out of the year and this has everything you want.

I've seen alot of weight weenie's diss this jacket. These are the same guys who imagine they can do the Pacific Crest Trail in record time, but can't seem to loose that last 10lbs of beer gut. Admittedly, it could be an ounce and a half lighter, but what it gives you for that 1.5 ounces is far and away more than you get from other windshells; draw string hem and hood, adjustable wrist cuffs, great fabric feel, and importantly, a molded vislon zipper that wont fail like coiled zippers will.

The change of fabric from 2013 to 2014 is possibly disappointing. The old version was 20 denier with a mechanical stretch and a nice techy feel to the touch. This version is 30 denier (1/3 more density) but there is almost no stretch (Arcteryx is blurring lines by saying so.) The fabric does still have a nice soft, non glossy (unlike pertex) feel, as opposed to an overly waxy feel. However, the old version had an awful fit, garbage bag like.

Oxblood is great, immediate complements.

Minus one star just for Arcteryx moving production to Asia from Canada, yes people notice, and yes its a legitimate gripe, and this is coming from an American.

To the person saying this is a "great rain coat," this is no rain coat. The DWR is nice and will fend off the rain to that disappointing hiking moment of "Damnit, I have to get the real rain coat out," but it's not a rain coat.

Thanks
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DC on February 26, 2015
By now you've read about how great this is. The fabric truly is as light and durable as they say. I recommend it!

Some size info for those buying online: with most jackets these days I'm either a small or medium. So if you find yourself on the fence a lot, whether that's between medium and large, small and medium, etc. this could help. Some Arc'teryx jackets I have in small, some in medium. Same for Patagonia. With the Squamish, I went small. As I'm 5'10" and 160-165 lbs., usually going down in size I risk the chest being too tight. Those are the situations I go medium. Here that was fine, so I got small. (I was able to try on medium and small to compare.) Length is fine; it has a nice tail in back that is perfect length. Arms are good. Hood fits perfect. Now note that I like a slimmer, "athletic" fit - which most jackets from Arc'teryx are designed for anyway. But if your style is a bit baggier, or you like things roomier, size up if you're usually on the fence.

Also, I should add I fit a Patagonia Nano Puff under here just fine. Granted, I prefer tighter fitting clothes, but not like skinny jeans tight! It still all fits such that I can be active, which is the point of this expensive gear.

So if you are on the fence between sizes usually, I recommend you size down (assuming you can't go try it on somewhere).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt on December 28, 2014
Size: X-LargeColor: Iron Anvil Verified Purchase
I'm 6'1 and 210 lbs. I usually wear large tall. However, since that is not an option, I ordered the extra large. The fit on this jacket it wonderful. It's so good, I don't even notice I have it on sometimes. There is also plenty range of motion. Arc'teryx makes great products, but do research before you order. The material looks a lot thicker in the picture. I'm very pleased with my purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John R on May 25, 2015
Size: MediumColor: Iron Anvil Verified Purchase
Great windbreaker, works well in heavy mist or even light rain, for real rain you'll need a rain jacket, you'll also need a shirt or synthetic insulated vest if it's cold, but I go with that when hiking at altitude or on the coast on windy summer, early and late fall or late spring days.
My last one held up for four years and some months. Worth the bucks. The new material is an ounce heavier but its unnoticeable!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Marbles on January 5, 2015
Size: MediumColor: Iron Anvil Verified Purchase
Fits great, looks great, feels durable. While there are cheaper wind jackets out there I'm glad I got this one. It looks good enough that I don't mind using it as a light jacket around town. Works great as an outer layer for running and packs small enough to be carried easily.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rian Satterwhite on March 3, 2015
Size: X-LargeColor: Oxblood Verified Purchase
This is a phenomenal wind shirt. Highly breathable, cuts the wind, looks fantastic, packs to nothing, weighs less, and fits great. What's not to like (as long as you can swallow the price). This piece will be with me for a long time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dane on October 6, 2014
Size: X-LargeColor: Iron Anvil Verified Purchase
Great product that is super compact and perfect for just about anywhere. Used on multiple camping trips and also fashionable enough to wear around the city and stuff in a bag. Def recommend this product. Worth the price.
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Size: LargeColor: Iron Anvil Verified Purchase
A couple years ago, I bought a Patagonia Houdini for outdoor concerts, emergency (summer) weather protection, and for hiking and running in the rain, but wasn't too happy with it. I saw this on sale, bought it on a whim, and have been happy ever since. For lightweight, packable wind and water protection, you can't get any better. Note: It is not designed nor is advertised for all-day deluges (get a Gore Tex equivalent shell that requirement, because this jacket will soak through after a prolonged downpour). Bottom line: I pack this when I go to summer music festivals or hiking/trail running if there is a threat of rain.
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