Arc'Teryx Men's Cerium LT Hooded Jacket
|Price:||$268.88 - $383.06|
- Quilted nylon taffeta
- 100% nylon
- 100% nylon
- Wash warm
- Width 26.5in / 67cm, from shoulder
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Streamlined, lightweight down hoody filled with 850 white goose down. This backcountry specialist hoody is intended as a mid layer or standalone piece in cool, dry conditions.
Putting Down Where it Counts
Strategic placement of synthetic and down insulation has Coreloft synthetic insulation, that retains warmth when wet, placed along the shoulders, collar, sleeves and underarms - areas prone to contact with moisture. 850 fill European Goose down lines the core and sleeves where warmth is most needed.
Streamlined and lightweight, the Cerium LT down hoody is filled with 850 white goose down, intended to act as a mid-layer under a shell, or a standalone piece for cold, dry conditions. A three part sleeve moves freely and keeps a low profile.
Specialized construction: light, elasticized hem; three part sleeve; binding finishes and superior craftsmanship are the thoughtful attention to detail that allows the use of stronger fabrics that can stand up to everyday use. This is a piece you will want to live in.
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I've now used it skiing in Utah and walking around in the MN winter. I'd say jacket alone is fine 20 - 35 degrees. Adding a shell, makes it bomber proof 0 & up. Bulk up your base layer & I'm sure you could go lower. The exterior had no problem shedding snow and even held up fine through a light rain. I have had 3 down feathers poke through, no luck pulling them back in, but so far loss of down seems to be minimal. Zippers are light weight, not a problem under normal use.
All in, I love the jacket and I'm glad I went with the hoody.
From day one down feathers have been protruding through the jacket all the time. I feel some day there will be no down left to keep me warm. The fabric is so flimsy it tears and punctures without reason. I’m constantly sowing small holes to prevent further damage. I feel the fabric is defective and not durable enough for this kind of jacket.
I was very unhappy with the jacket so I decided to purchase a similar jacket from Patagonia, the jacket looks and feels identical. I’ve been wearing my new Patagonia Jacket for 7 months now with no down loss, not one feather. No tears in the fabric at all, it’s an amazing down Jacket.
Very happy with my Patagonia down Jacket so far!
Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Hoody 84701 (XX-Large, Black)
I decided to file a warranty claim with Arcteryx; I had to send the jacket to Canada for repair. After a few weeks I received message from Arcteryx stating, “Losing down is normal and the fabric is super light that’s why it keeps tearing”. They offered to replace the jacket at a cost of $80.00, Good news right, no I paid $386.00 for that jacket and I expected it to hold up much better. I’m very unhappy with my Arcteryx down jacket and I’ve lost faith in the quality of their products and the way the handle warranty issues, I will never purchase their products again.
This is well built, it came in a bag sealed from the factory with tags, no feathers falling out like some other people have complained about (this one is definitely not counterfeit). Not a single stitch out of place. The man at the store said it isn't really waterproof, and recommended a shell to wear over it if it's raining like the Beta LT... hmmm, maybe next year... but I'll just keep my old coat for bad weather or stay inside for now.
Some people have been complaining about the fit, I tried this on at the Denver Arcteryx store first and it fits true to size (at least the L, I'm 6'2", 200lbs). It isn't too tight in the chest or too baggy in the abs area like some other down coats I tried (e.g. TNF, Patagonia) which were seemingly cut perfectly square from neck to hip. Sleeves aren't too short either, but just right. The amazon price of this piece was nearly half retail too good of a deal to pass up however I did get some basics there (hoodie, tshirt).
Also Arcteryx is based in Vancouver BC, speaking as an expat it's nice to support a Canadian company.