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Featherweight protection from the elements when you’re moving fast.

Bring the Arc’teryx Women’s Celeris Jacket along when you plan to move light and fast through the backcountry. This featherlight, water-resistant windbreaker barely takes up any room in your pack and will help you stay warm on a blustery mountaintop. Arc’teryx gave articulated elbows and gusseted underarms to the trim-fitting, female-form-flattering Celeris so it won’t restrict your moves or ride up when you reach above your head.

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4 5

Good jacket

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Wore it for the first time in heavy off and on rain on a 2-hour run. It did better at repelling water than another jacket I have, but water still came through in the end. I think it would do great in light rain. Despite being damp underneath, the jacket did keep me warm. Works very well as a windbreaker. Love how light-weight it is; can hardly tell I am wearing anything.

4 5

Arc’teryx Women’s Celeris Jacket

I bought the jacket to protect me in light rain and it does the job perfectly. Does not provide much warmth but I intend to wear in late spring , summer and early fall so I think the weight is perfect. I bought a medium (5'3 130) and it fits well but I can not comfortably put another jacket under it. Packs up in very compact space.

4 5

Arc’teryx Women’s Celeris Jacket

I bought the jacket to protect me in light rain and it does the job perfectly. Does not provide much warmth but I intend to wear in late spring , summer and early fall so I think the weight is perfect. I bought a medium (5'3 130) and it fits well but I can not comfortably put another jacket under it. Packs up in very compact space.

5 5

light weight jacket

I took it on a bike trip and it was perfect. Scrunched into tiny size when not needed and great in the face of wind and rain. I'm a big busted gal and the XL was just right -- not too tight or too loose.

5 5

Sits well

I like all Arc'teryx Jackets but this one Is light-weightand can fit in aevery day pack and Of course it Sits well

5 5

Great all round activity wind breaker

I got this for my wife recently and as a result, I got one for myself! Wife fits a M perfectly at 6'. Her arms are very long so sleeves are a tad short, but nothing critical. The fit is not skin tight, nor saggy, nice and comfy with good movement.

Obviously this jacket is not warm and it's not a wind stopper either, but it does keep you shielded and hold on to a good amount of body heat.

Great all round activity wind breaker
5 5

Pleasantly Surprised at how AMAZING this jacket is!

I wore this jacket for the first time this weekend for a half marathon, it was about 45 degrees and a little rainy. I was nervous that it would be too warm but I could not have been more comfortable the entire time. It is so lightweight that you hardly feel like you are wearing anything, yet it gives you the perfect amount of coverage and wind protection. I just wore a tank under this but you can certainly layer on a colder day. I agree with the review below that it runs a little bit big but that would be a good thing if you want to wear it in cooler temps with a long sleeve shirt underneath. And I absolutely love that it comes down a little lower in the back. This greatly increases the comfort/modesty factor if you are wearing tight fitting bottoms.

5 5

Better than I thought!

I bought this because I needed an extra light layer for my runs, something to deal with the New England spring/summer weather when you never know how it's going to be(wet?windy?hot?cool?) It packs down close to nothing, and really does the trick when it comes to NE spring/early summer winds so far! I wasn't sure it would do much of anything when I first saw how light it was. However, it keeps me surprisingly warm, yet I never get too hot either- a perfect wind blocker. I find myself wearing it almost every day. It's cute too!
Just a note...It does fit a little larger than other Arcteryx jackets(trim fit vs athletic fit- the trim fit is looser- go figure?) So if you're in between sizes, go smaller unless you want it on the looser side. I'm 5'6" 130 lbs and the xs fits perfectly with a little room, but certainly not baggy. The front's right around the belt of my low rise's, and there's a long drop hem for coverage in back(covers most of my butt). Yet another jacket that Arcteryx has mastered!

5 5

Great for ski touring

I was looking for a wind jacket for spring ski touring and rock climbing. I have used this as an outer layer and under a soft shell, and I love it. It is light weight, durable and packs down to nothing. The medium fits me just below the waist and has enough room to fit a slim fleece under, but it is not too baggy with only a base layer. I like the visibility of the BUD color but don't find it to be obnoxious. Another great arc'teryx product.

5 5

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I bought this jacket for my friends. I did purchased XS, S, M. We have used in small rain, big wind. The jacket works very well. I also recomment my other friend to consider this as it's so light. You also could zip it into your pocket and forgot the weight. It's good for work, running climbing and other sports.

4 5

Nice jacket, but prefer Houdini

I have a couple of Patagonia Houdini jackets. I was looking for a similar jacket without a hood and came across this one. I gave it a try, but decided to stick with the Houdini. The fabric just wansn't as nice and the length not as long. The one thing I did like better about the Arcteryx Celeris was the velcro tabs on the wrists. It's definitely worth a try, but I'd recommend checking out the Houdini as well.

5 5

Arc'teryx Celeris Jacket (W)

I love this jacket!
The cut of the jacket is really efficient - enough room for a base layer but not baggy, and long enough for a 5'10 woman.
The backward-directed pocket keeps "stuff' from jangling around in the front.
The collar has a nice lining, and I'm glad to have a windbreaker without a hood!
I love the chartreuse color!