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Drop the bomb on the cold.

When it's subzero and wet, layer up with the super-warm and burly Arc'teryx Men’s Atom SV Hooded Insulated Jacket; when the storm clears but the cold persists, shed the shell and go solo with this hoodie. Water- and wind-resistant stretch nylon Gossamera shell fends off light precip, and Coreloft insulation provides toasty warmth in resilient, compressible comfort. The insulated StormHood warms and protects, and stretch jersey cuffs comfortably seal out the cold. With this protection, stretchy mobility, and warmth, the Atom is versatile enough for any cold-weather adventure.

  • Gossamera stretch nylon ripstop with DWR
  • Coreloft 100 insulation
  • Athletic fit with hip length
  • Insulated StormHood
  • Jersey knit stretch cuffs
  • Internal chest and two zippered hand pockets

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My mistake I order size l it wrong size...

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My mistake I order size l it wrong size it to big but backcountry didn't have size m how can I do pls let me known thank you

4 5

Jack of all jackets

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

I love my Atom SV. This jacket is warm enough to wear alone during most SLC or Denver winter days and nights. Black looks classy enough to wear out on the town, without looking like a sno-bro. My only qualms would be that; It is a little much to use as a mid layer during a tour, which is partly due to the lack of pit zippers or any venting. That being said, I will be buying a more active mid-layer jacket. All in all, I love this coat more than any article of clothing ever.

I am 6'1 and 182 lbs, I would like to use...

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I am 6'1 and 182 lbs, I would like to use it as an outer jacket for some skiing with some layering, but also use it as midlayer under my Patagonia Triolet Shell on bad conditions. Should I go for a Medium? or Large? I think could be better a Large for me.
Thanks in advance.

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Patricio, it sounds like you need a size large but I'd double check your measurements on the Sizing Chart to be sure.

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Patricio, I'm about your same build, Arc'teryx Large fits me very well. This jacket is a trimer fit to be worn as a layer and not an outer layer.

ATOM SV replacement for F14

ATOM SV replacement for F14

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ATOM AR in Poseidon
120gms/m coreloft in main body, 80 under arms, 60 in hood

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Nice, same fabric and hood or changing things up like the Atom lt?

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Atom Lt will use Tinthan face fabric and the Atom AR is the same Gossemera fabric of the atom SV

I would like to know if this jacket is...

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I would like to know if this jacket is waterproof and if it can provide me enough warmth.I am intend to use it in mid mountaineering expeditions and in cold weather conditions.As I will spend the next winter in Northern Europe I would like to know if it is suitable for the purposes I need it for.

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Hello Aggelos!
Please chat or call in and speak with one of our Gearheads.
They can help you locate a jacket suited to your needs.

5 5

Nice solid warm layer

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I was worried a bit about sizing, as I'm normally a medium in Arc'Teryx softshells, but I tried on a large and found it fit me better (5'10", 155lbs). I have a slightly long torso, and knew I would almost always be wearing some kind of layers underneath as well. It's tailored very well so that with the bit of extra size, it doesn't feel or look bulky at all. That all being said, it IS closer to true size.

The soft stretchy cuffs are great--very comfortable. I haven't had a chance to get it wet yet (and of course wouldn't want to face a downpour in just this), but if the finish is similar to my other Arc'Teryx jackets, it should be no problem in a quick sprinkle.

5 5

My Favorite Insulated Piece

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

I've owned the Atom LT Jacket for a few years and really like the quality and design, but I found that the LT wasn't holding up to the close to zero degree temperatures in Virginia this past winter. That said, once the temps hit rock bottom I decided to purchase the Atom SV for more substantial insulation and the added bonus of a hood. The result was adding a piece to my gear collection that became my all around favorite winter jacket. Regarding the fit, I greatly prefer the cut of the SV over that of the LT. The LT is meant to be an insulated layer, generally worn underneath a hard or soft shell, while the SV functions more as a stand alone piece. Consequently, the SV is longer in length and more full throughout the body, but not so much that it sacrifices any of its insulating properties. As for the durability, so far I've worn the SV in every type of winter weather. It kept me warm and dry in snow, sleet, freezing rain, and the occasional "wintery mix," all without needing to put on a hard shell for added protection. The exterior of the jacket is similar to a ripstop fabric, and has been treated with DWR to help repel water and moisture. The result is that the SV never became soaked or saturated in any of the aforementioned conditions. The inside of the jacket is comfortable and it feels great even against bare skin. As anticipated, Arc'teryx paid close attention to detail and lined high wear areas like the armpits and zippered pockets with soft fleece. Overall, I love the feel of the SV when I'm wearing it. In addition to the excellent design inside and out, the jacket is extremely lightweight considering the warmth it provides and doesn't ever feel bulky or cumbersome. It can't be as easily compressed as the LT, but I never found myself in a winter clime where the SV wasn't my jacket of choice. It is certainly the one piece I would chose for the vast majority of winter adventures.

5 5

Perfect synthetic insulator

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I had a fleece that I had to return due to excessive pilling and to their credit Arc'teryx offered to replace the fleece with another item of my choice. I hadn't expected this (as I thought they would just send me a replacement fleece) but I'm extremely happy they send me the Atom SV .

I can't imagine using this as a mid layer, but as an outer jacket it is fantastic. The fit is great with superb cuffs, dropped hem, and an incredibly comfortable hood. The hood adjustments really make this thing bomber when it gets seriously cold or when there is a high wind chill factor.

I am 184cm, 72Kg (6.1/160) and the Medium fits me great. The Atom SV is sized so that you can layer it over some mid layers, which for me at this size it does great. I bought a Medium Atom LT because I liked the SV so much and it fits perfectly under it. A thick fleece or thin down sweater will also easily work. If you want to layer over a thicker down jacket you might want to get a bigger size in order not to compress the thicker down baffles as much.

If you need a synthetic insulator piece with a super comfortable hood, great cuffs and overall fit, this piece is absolutely fantastic and you can't go wrong with it.

i'm 5'8" 150 pounds usually buy size medium...

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i'm 5'8" 150 pounds usually buy size medium jackets should i get a small or medium. from some of the reviews I'm leaning towards a small.

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Jace,
That all depends on how you intend to use the Arc'teryx Atom SV. If you want this to be a versatile insulating piece that you can fit under your ski shell or layer under to use as an outer jacket, I would definitely recommend a medium.

If however you know that this will only be a midlayer for you with little layering underneath the small could fit just fine.

The Atom SV is an "athletic" fit. So it is tailored, though not as snug as Arc'teryx's "trim" fit. Personally I would recommend the medium for you based on your height and weight. Though again, I would ultimately consider your intended use when choosing between the two sizes.

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I would snag the Small. I am 5' 10" 150lbs, and a small fits me great. It is cut a bit bigger than the Atom LT so layering over a shell is not a problem. It could only be worn as a mid layer on the coldest of days anyway.

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I would definitely get a Small. I'm 6.1/160 and have a Medium that I think fits perfectly. I have an Atom LT in Medium too and that one fits perfectly worn underneath the SV.

Just to be clear, the Atom SV is cut bigger, to be worn over the Atom LT. Great combination together. I think you would be fine with a Small to layer it over a mid weight fleece, or an Atom LT, or a light thin down sweater. If you want to layer over a thicker down jacket I might get a bigger size in order not to compress it.


5 5

Exactly as I had hoped

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

So far, I am loving my Atom SV Hooded Jacket. I was looking for a while to find an upgrade to my Marmot Primaloft jacket (circa 2000). And with a move from NJ to southern VT, I wanted something that would be a bit warmer. My first week in VT was the coldest week in more than 5 years, and the Atom SV was up to the task. I can see that it may be too warm for some when doing active pursuits (skiing, snowshoeing, etc), but it is perfect as a casual, around the town jacket. Next season, I will try it skiing, matched with my Arc'teryx Theta AR Jacket (I have had several Arc'teryx jackets and have been a huge fan of their quality and how they stand by their quality).

5 5

Best synthetic

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

This thing rocks! Coreloft is in my opinion the all around best insulation out there. The clo at 100 grams is 3.38 and yet they never say anything about it. That is a class company for you. The outer face fabric is more durable and more breathable than pertex as well.

Can someone tell me eh zipper length of...

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Can someone tell me eh zipper length of this in a large and medium? How does the length and fit compare to the Arcteryx Hyllus? Thanks for the help

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My Medium Atom SV has a front zipper that measures a hair over 27.5" long. my hyllus in medium measures just over 26.5" long. Some of the extra length on the ATOM is the higher collar. The Atom will come a little bit lower in the front if I put them over top of each other (crazy warm combo that is totally not necessary). I find the ATOM SV is more versatile than my hyllus. Sadly the ATOM SV is being replaced by the ATOM AR this fall

5 5

Comfortable, warm

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

Very comfortable, warm for light weight, hood fits well (no helmet), room to layer under it if colder.

5 5

Deceptively Warm!

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

A great warm jacket! Very light but very insulating outer layer.

Purchased the M in storm and fits great. It is not bulky at all and has plenty of room for layering.

Any Idea when there will be a restock of...

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Any Idea when there will be a restock of the buckeye color in size small? Not completely happy with the purple hues in the storm color.

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Unfortunately there are no plans to restock the small/buckeye in the Arc'teryx Atom SV Hooded Insulated Jacket at the moment (no orders placed with Arc'teryx yet).

However, January and February are big restocking months for us and there is definitely a possibility we will get that color and size back in. Please check back with us in a couple of weeks if you haven't found an alternative source by then.

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Small updates? Black or buckeye?

4 5

Great so far but eh

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Light and comfortable, arrived yesterday and wore it to work today, it was 15F here today and it kept me comfortable warm.

Negative is i purchased the "Storm" color and the zippers and stretch portions appear to be very purple colored.

5 5

Hands Down My Favorite Arc'teryx Jacket

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

...and that's saying a lot. I have owned about 6 different Arc'teryx jackets as well as 5 other down/synthetic insulation jackets from Marmot, The North Face and Patagonia and this one stands out above them all. My favorite things about the Atom SV:

1) The outer material is light, slightly stretchy and does a great job a repelling water. I wouldn't choose to wear this in a rainstorm, but it holds up well to surprise showers and snow.

2) Warmth to weight ratio is outstanding. The Coreloft insulation is much fluffier than traditional Primaloft or other standard synthetics and it does a great job at retaining loft over time.

3) Not too bulky, especially considering how warm it is. This easily fits under my slim rain shells as well as roomier ski shells.

4) Clean lines don't make you look like the Michelin man. I love huge, puffy down jackets, but it's nice to be able to be able to wear the Atom SV with regular clothes without looking like you just got back from a climbing expedition.

I'm 6'3" 195lbs and usually wear Large jackets. This large fits me perfectly...athletic cut but not too snug that I can't wear layers underneath. I highly recommended this jacket and have 4 other friends who swear by it. Best synthetic insulation jacket on the market IMHO.

Trying to decide between this and the Atom LT? The SV is ~3oz heavier than the LT but noticeably warmer. The LT would be great as an insulation layer for exertion in extreme cold weather because the stretchy, non-insulated side panels make the LT breathe better than the SV. Otherwise go for the SV. You're likely going to be pulling this out of your pack at the end of the day or when resting/belaying and you're going to be happy you have the extra warmth of the SV.

5 5

The best winter jacket I've ever owned!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This jacket is incredible. It is super warm and very light weight/compressible. I am 6'00 and 175ibs and the XL fits me very we'll. I use it by itself in 20-45F weather and it keeps me super warm. Sometimes I'll wear a pullover or a light running jacket under it for extra warmth. Overall quality is very nice as expected from Arcteryx. I also own the Accelero and a pullover from them and all three are great products. Good job Arcteryx!

4 5

overall 2 thumbs up

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

i've worn this everyday for the last month. it's a really nice jacket.

it's ultra light, like a camping pillow. warm in cold conditions, so long as i'm moving, but not when i'm static, like driving a car. nice shoulder articulation, although the hem will ride up if you reach high enough. nice fleece pocket liners -- only on the back-of-the-hand side prevents sweaty hands. lean design looks stealth. athletic cut is flattering. exterior seems like it'd rip easily on tree branches, so i'm not sure it's deserving of the SV mark. it's kind of hard to make a good economic argument for this piece. if it doesn't tear, it should last a good 5 years. you might get judged, for better or worse, for rocking what amounts to a $300 down hoody.

overall, it's way cooler and better than almost any other comparable jacket i'm aware of.

Do you know if you'll be getting anymore...

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Do you know if you'll be getting anymore of the buckeye or saguaro green in a medium?

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It looks like we will be getting more of the Arc'teryx Atom SV Hooded Insulated Jacket in saguaro and buckeye around the middle of January. Please check back with us around then and we will hook you up!

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