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Arc'teryx Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's

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    Versatility at its finest.

    You'll end up keeping the Arc'teryx Women's Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket close by throughout the year. Wear it by itself from spring to fall on chilly outdoorsy adventures whether you're backpacking or hiking, and then slide a waterproof shell over it for ski sessions in winter. Its Tinthan shell keeps the Atom LT light yet strong, and the DWR coating sheds light rainfall to help keep you dry. Polartec Power Stretch side panels wick moisture, dry quickly, breathe, and provide a four-way stretch for uninhibited mobility.

    Arc'teryx also added Coreloft insulation that uses air permeable panels to ensure excellent thermal regulation. A trim fit helps you layer over the Atom Lt with ease, and the StormHood is adjustable, insulated, and helmet-compatible. This jacket also features an adjustable hem for a secure fit, two zippered hand pockets, and one zippered internal chest pocket.
    • Tinthan shell with DWR coating
    • Polartec Power Stretch side panels with Hardface Technology
    • Coreloft insulation
    • Trim fit, hip length
    • Adjustable, insulated, helmet-compatible StormHood
    • Adjustable hem
    • Two zippered hand pockets
    • One zippered internal chest pocket
    • Item #ARC005Q

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] Tinthan (nylon), DWR, [side panels] Polartec Power Stretch (88% polyester, 12% elastane), Polartec Hardface Technology
    Insulation
    Coreloft (60g)
    Fit
    trim
    Length
    hip
    Pockets
    2 zippered hand, 1 zippered internal
    Hood
    yes, helmet-compatible StormHood
    Claimed Weight
    11.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, camping, backpacking, skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Best coat!

      This is one of the best coats I have ever owned! It is super warm, comfortable and very light weight and easy to pack. I got it in the "mirage" color which I love because it is pretty unique for a coat. It is a brownish/mauve color and I really like the contrast of the neon yellow on it.

      Arc'teryx – Women's Atom LT Hoody

      This trim hybrid hoody is designed as an active-use insulation layer, providing vital core warmth with liberal mobility and breathability. Lightweight and compressible, the Atom LT Hoody features Coreloft™ insulation in the torso, arms and hood. The side panels and underarms feature Polartec® Power Stretch® with Hardface® Technology, delivering stretch mobility and breathability. A wind and moisture resistant outer shell extends stand-alone usability.



      Fact: Every person at Head Office owns at least one Atom LT; most of the women have two.

      The reason: Coreloft™ insulation inside a light taffeta shell. All the comfort of a sleeping bag, but it feels weightless.

      Haiku for a Hoody

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      My trusty sidekick

      Even when benighted, you

      Stave off "the grumpy"



      I wasn't sure if I should add to these reviews, as they are already shining. This is hands down one of my favorite jackets. It's my go-to for alpine climbing, layering under ski gear, nordic skiing on extra chilly evenings, biking around town, camping, etc etc. I joke that I should get the black Arcteryx for "dressing up". I'm ashamed to admit that I've strayed from the Atom LT Hoody to try out different jackets, but have yet to find one that compares in terms of breathability, warmth, soft hand, packability and stretchy comfort.



      I've had my jacket for nearly 5 years, and am debating getting a new one simply because my puppy decided to chew through the cinch pull at the waist. I'm 5"10 and about 155 lbs and the medium is a beaut.

      Haiku for a Hoody

      Very light and warm

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      I bought this for my daughter and she loves it: it's very light, packs small, and is a good fit. I bought a medium and it's perfect; for once the arms are long enough without having to go up a size.

      I'm obsessed

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Medium

      I bought this originally to wear as an insulation layer under a hard shell for skiing- it's quickly become my year-round go-to. I wear it as I would a sweatshirt or fleece in the summer, as an outer layer over a long-sleeve in fall and spring, and as an insulation mid-layer in winter for skiing, or just around town. It's super light, super durable, and adjusts with my body temp to keep me pretty happy in most conditions. The hood is stretchy enough to fit over my ski helmet when necessary- which seriously ups the warmth factor on cold days, although it makes it a little bit tough to turn my head all the way to look uphill. This jacket is probably just a little bit too warm for running in all but the coldest temps, but I love it for just about everything else- especially hiking.
      I'm 5'9 and usually a large in arcteryx stuff just to get it to fit over my hips- a medium is usually true to size in my shoulders, and I've been really happy in my medium atom jacket. When I buy another, I'll likely go for a large to add a little length- this just hits at the top of my pants. I also find that if I've got it zipped 3/4 of the way up and stretch my arms way out wide, sometimes that pulls the zipper down- going a size up would probably remedy this.
      I like that the internal left chest pocket is inside the insulation- it's perfect for keeping my phone warm and near my earbud cord. I purchased the jacket in September and have worn it at least two or three times per week for the last five months- I cant wait to get another.

      amazing and versatile jacket!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: medium

      I was looking for a new hiking coat with a hood, and selected this one based on the other reviews. The hype is justified; this coat is great! The blue color is pretty and bright, the fit is great, and the side panels work really well to dump heat (but be aware that the air flow also goes the other way when it's windy outside). I really love the sealed cuffs -- keeps air out but not at all uncomfortable or tight. Also like the longer rear hem and adjustable hood. I've worn this hiking a few times, and it's much warmer than the weight suggests but those side panels keep it from being too warm. Worth every penny!

      Good cut and durability

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Small

      I've had this jacket for a few years and it's held up well to sweat, stuffing and washing.

      It's a great cut that fits well, but based on reading other reviewers rave about the warmth, I thought it would be warmer than it was. In retrospect, I probably would have bumped up to the SV/AR model for greater warmth.

      Glad to see they've added more colors to the women's line, including colors/piping beyond pink/purple. The Poseidon color is terrific.

      My Go To

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      This is the jacket that you wear everywhere and pack on every trip and never regret investing in. Definitely one of the most versatile jackets I own, I feel like it's one of my warmest and yet also one of my lightest jackets. I bought a size up so that I could layer it but it fits true to size. Wear it out to dinner, on hikes, as a ski layer, you name it.

      I wear it everywhere

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      One of my favorites. It is so light weight, comfortable, functional and stylish. I use it as a mid layer when skiing or as an outer layer when hiking/walking in dy weather. I also bring it whenever I need to travel on a plane as it packs so nicely.

      I wear it everywhere

      All day, every day!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      I got this jacket three years ago as a gift and have worn it probably over 100 days a year since (and not washed it nearly enough!).



      It's been my go-to warm layer leading canoe trips in Northern Wisconsin--I was looking for a synthetic layer, impervious to new paddlers potential for getting water in the boat. The DWR coating has held up pretty well over the years, continuing to bead up light rain and hold off snow.



      With a heavy base layer (I like Ibex woolies, or Patagonia Caplilene) and a light fleece, I've worn this down to super cold temps winter camping and ice climbing in New England. I also use it to commute by bike, with just a light layer underneath, which served me well through the POLAR VORTEXes in Minnesota.



      I'm 5'6" 140# and the medium fits with slim-fitting layers underneath. I have a large Cerium LT, which is pretty loose around the waist/hips, but fits better over a sweatshirt for front country (and as a just-before-starting-out layer).



      Overall, an incredible jacket!! The fleece sides allow it to breathe super well, and it looks DOPE.

      All day, every day!

      In love, love, love!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: medium

      I was dreaming of a perfect mid layer for the winter and this hit all the marks! It's warm enough that I can wear it in 30 degree weather and feel comfortable as well as in 60 degree weather and not over heat. The side panels are nice and breathable, making it really comfortable in all weather conditions.

      The fit is great! Being on the taller side, it's hard sometimes to find sleeves that are long enough without being overly long. These are the perfect length for me and don't get uncomfortably short if I move around like some can at times.

      All in all, I would say Arc'teryx hit the nail on the head when they created this jacket. Such a home run for me!

      The best jacket

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Small

      I can't say enough good things about this jacket. It's warm, versatile, and really flattering. I wear it all year round, as an outer layer in the spring, summer, and fall, and as a mid layer in the winter. It provides a lot of warmth, yet it packs down fairly small. Honestly, I almost never leave home without it.
      It's slightly stretchy, which makes it perfect for skiing, climbing, and running when you need to move.
      As fit goes, I have a really long torso, so I was on the fence about which size to get. I considered the X-small, as that's the size I generally wear in insulated jackets. However, when I tried the x-small on, it was a bit short in the torso. So, I decided to opt for the small, and I'm very glad I did! I'd still say that it runs true to size, but if you have a long torso or long arms, size up!

      Order this jacket, you won't be disappointed. I'd buy ten more if I could afford it.

      I would second that this is short in the torso. I'm always an XS in everything (5'3" 110 lbs), and this XS is a fine fit but I do find it kind of short, and I don't have a long torso. It's just kind of normal length--wouldn't call it hip length. I feel like it's shorter than it looks in the picture, and I prefer my tops slightly longer. Maybe I'll try the small. Other than that, the fabric is kind of awesome. Love the stretchiness. Very comfortable. Love the pink lining on the silver color.

      10 Star

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      If I could, I would give this at least a 10-star rating and if I could give a Gear Award of the Year, every year, this would be it. Not every jacket can do everything well, but this comes close. With the exception of that hard GTX shell you'd wear in the gnarliest conditions, this pretty much does everything else. Super lightweight, the thin outer fabric is strong, wind resistant, extremely water resistant, and has a touch of stretch to it. This is compactable, breathable (check out the matching side panels that hit the pits and wrap a short distance down the upper arm--this high quality Polartec Power Stretch dumps heat and moisture and is light and comfy), and is designed with performance in mind. Notice the thin stretch fabric at the wrists, protective, not bulky, easy to layer with a hardshell, and the hood fits fairly snug, protecting with or without a helmet. While I often wear this as my get-around jacket, this is my #1 go-to layering jacket for those deep pow or bluebird days here in Utah. And best of all, the shoulder and arm articulation can't be overstated. I won't say how many down layering jackets I have (they have their place) and other midlayer jackets I own, but this one takes the cake. I have 2 and it's only a matter of time before I pick up another. Hike, climb, belay your bud, ski, snowboard, tell stories by the fire, drive with your windows open in the winter, go to dinner. You won't be regret this purchase. (Looking for great pricing tips on top gear? Hit me up at klindsey@backcountry.com.)

      Perfect Jacket!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      I absolutely love this jacket! I searched for a few weeks and multiple jackets before finally deciding on this one, and it has not disappointed! It's immediately warm and insulated, yet still so light it hardly feels like you're wearing a jacket! I wore it belaying at work in a downpour of rain, and my clothes underneath were perfectly dry with the helmet fitting perfectly underneath the hood. My biggest worry was the sleeves/bottom riding up whenever I lifted my arms, and that was not an issue at all! The jacket stays tucked close to your body. This jacket is definitely worth the money - it's perfect for the cold and wind, but also just a light rainy afternoon!

      Best all-around jacket on the market

      I used this jacket basically every day last winter and on those chilly spring days. It is a great mid layer to wear under a shell for skiing and some days I found it was too warm but I would rather be hot than cold. It has great ventilation panels that run a little past the armpit. Great all-around jacket and it has become an essential piece in wardrobe. I love the black so much I have 2! I already ordered my 3 jacket but in a different color this time around
      I wear it on the river, skiing, running around town, I basically will find any excuse to wear my Atom LT. Great quality, the jacket does not look worn at all for wearing it everyday.
      Although it is a tad expensive the jacket will pay off. Splurge a little!

      Best all-around jacket on the market

      my fav for fishing on those chilly days

      my fav for fishing on those chilly days

      what color is the lining around the hood on your atom lt hooded in color Silver Lining

      I'm interested in the atom lt silver lining color and I'd like to know what does the color closely resemble because the picture looks white. I would use it for learning how to ski so it would be getting damp from the snow . I am 4 foot 11, chest 33 and 108 pounds, do you think the extra small would be fine or would you recommend something else .I do not like anything bulky and I would like to be able to move around good. I do tend to get cold easy. Are there any other lightweight jackets that you would recommend for a petite person like me.

      Hey Lisa,



      The Silver Lining color is an off white, soft silver grey. The Atom LT is a versatile, lightweight jacket but it would not be the best choice as a stand alone ski jacket. You could wear it under a technical shell like the Arc'teryx Alpha SV or the Ravenna. Your other option would be to get an insulated ski jacket like the Arc'teryx Andessa or the Fission SL . Feel free to contact me directly to discuss your options or if you have any other questions about Arc'teryx Jackets.

      I'm studying for a year in Lausanne, Switzerland, and am wondering if this jacket would be warm enough for those temperatures in the winter (will be between 25-50 degrees Fahrenheit) as a stand-alone jacket over a base layer.

      Hey there! I love this jacket and it has served me really well in many conditions. However, I wouldn't recommend it for any colder than 40 degrees F as a stand along jacket over a baselayer, unless you're hiking or climbing and working really hard. It is a fairly light jacket really and the wind penetrates it thoroughly. The Atom AR has a bit more serious insulation and will be a bit warmer, but you may want a high fill (750 or so) down jacket if the temperature will be closer to 20 regularly. Maybe the Thorium AR Hooded jacket? Hope this was helpful.

      Am almost 5'11" and am roughly 145lbs..slender but tall...leaning toward buying one but not sure if M or L...recommendation?

      Best Answer

      I would recommend going with a Large in this particular jacket since it is a trim fit. If for some reason the Large does not fit, we can always help you exchange it for another size for free.



      Feel free to shoot me any questions about Arc'teryx jackets:

      klivingston@backcountry.com

      801-736-4337

      which is warmer the Atom AR or the Atom LT jacket?

      Best Answer

      The Atom AR. It has 40g more of insulation and the side panels are fully insulated as opposed to the LT which has Polartec hardface Wind Pro side panels for better breathability. I own both. The LT is perfect for being active in cold weather and a standalone piece in fall and spring. If you want pure warmth the AR is the LT on steroids. Coreloft is my favorite synthetic insulation thus far.