Arc'teryx Beta LT Jacket Men's
- N40p-X 3L GORE-TEX® Pro
- BETA LT JACKET - Designed with disciplined simplicity, the versatile Beta LT delivers GORE-TEX Pro protection and lightweight durability across a range of activities.
- BETA - Versatile: high performance for diverse activities and conditions.
- LIGHTWEIGHT - High performance, minimalist design that is durable for its weight.
- ARC'ESSENTIALS - Versatile high performance designs for diverse activities and conditions.
- GORE-TEX - Waterproof, windproof and breathable textiles that offer fully protective environmental shelter.
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Taped seams for added weatherproofness
Laminated high-strength hanger loop
Design & Fit
Trim, slim fit, increases breathability during high output
Longer length for additional coverage
Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility
e3D Ergonomic 3-Dimensional patterning for enhanced comfort and mobility
Gusseted underarms for mobility and comfort
Helmet compatible StormHood
Cohaesive hood adjustments for ease of use with mittens or gloves
Chin guard with brushed microsuede facing for added comfort
Zippers & Fly Configuration
WaterTight full length front zip
Cuff & Sleeves Configuration
DryCuff laminated adjustable cuffs
Adjustable hem drawcord
Two hand pockets with WaterTight zippers and RS zipper sliders
Internal laminated pocket with zip
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) finish repels moisture
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 16 x 16 x 4 inches; 12.17 Ounces
- Item model number : 18007
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : July 2, 2013
- Manufacturer : Arc'teryx
- ASIN : B01MTNA2WK
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First, let me say I love this jacket. The quality really can't be beat. You'd be hard pressed to find a higher quality. That said, when it comes to fitting into Arc'teryx jackets, a lot depends on your body type. The "trim fit" is a pain for guys who spend a lot of time in the gym, who have large chests and shoulders, but arms more proportionate to a frame of say 5' 7" - 5' 9"
Excerpt from Arc'teryx site: "These trim fitting garments share motion-friendly traits with our Athletic fit, but are patterned with lower volume for reduced bulk. Our trim fit is sized for a base layer and a trim synthetic or down filled mid-layer"
So... Those who find themselves in between sizes (e.g. for me, large chest, small waist, short arms) you may have to sacrifice one area or another.
I am 5'7", 175lbs, 30" waist, 43" chest, 33" sleeve. To have enough room in the chest area, and to layer properly (I use the Cerium LT Hoody), I had to go with a large size Beta LT. So, the sleeve of the large LT is a little long on me. But, if I use the velcro cuffs, I don't have a problem with the sleeves sliding over my hands. This is a much more acceptable down side compared to giving up room in the chest/torso of the jacket, and risk restricted movement.
The bottom on the LT sits about 1 inch below the opening of my front pants pockets (and barely at butt cheek level in the back), and raises to belt level when my arms are fully outstretched over my head. I find this to be perfect for my uses, which are skiing, hiking, camping, and every-rainy-day use. I can put my hands in my pants pockets without bunching up a lot of the bottom of the jacket.
The hood is designed to be oversized to accommodate the use of a helmet. So it may seem like your head is sloshing around in it if you are not wearing a hooded mid-layer, or a beanie. The hood adjustments assist in this area a bit. But again, the hood is designed that way.
In conclusion, this is an amazing jacket, built to last a life time. I wonder if Arc'teryx will tailor the sleeves if I ask them??? :)
1. Beta LT uses thinner/lighter vislon zipper
2. Beta LT has 1 less hood adjustment
3. Beta LT brim is less bulky than the Alpha LT
4. Beta LT has No pit zips
5. Beta LT logo is not stitched and its made in China
I like the Beta LT over the Alpha mainly for the pockets and the fact that I never ever used the pit zips in any of my shells.
BUT. It gets four stars. Four only? Yes. A $500 gore tex jacket HAS to have pit zippers. They wouldn't have added a lot more weight, and the difference they make is night and day. Four stars for an incredible jacket that kicks serious alpine ass, but neglected to put zippers where they need to be on a hard shell like this
Top reviews from other countries
Nice active Fit with Goretex Pro Seal!
Even better I bout it on sale!
Thank you Guys!
Will keep an eye for more of Arcteryx Sale!