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  • Arc'teryx - Cerium LT Down Jacket - Women's - Pink Tulip
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Arc'teryx Cerium LT Down Jacket - Women's

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    In a world of down and synthetic insulations...

    Arc'teryx stuffed its Women's Cerium LT Down Jacket with lofty 850-fill down and protective synthetic Coreloft insulation to give you the best of both worlds. Down insulation makes the Cerium lightweight and compressible to fit in the included stuff sack, and synthetic Coreloft helps this jacket retain its warmth even when wet. Arc'teryx coated the durable Airetica shell with a DWR coating so light drizzle and flurries can bead up and roll off. A trim fit helps you layer a waterproof shell over this down jacket for backcountry ski sessions.

    • Airetica shell with DWR coating
    • 850-fill European white goose down insulation
    • Coreloft synthetic insulation
    • Trim fit, hip length
    • Elasticized cuffs
    • Two zippered hand pockets
    • Included stuff sack
    • Item #ARC005E

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Airetica (20D x 10D nylon ripstop), DWR treatment
    Insulation
    850-fill European goose down, 80g/100g Coreloft
    Fit
    athletic
    Length
    hip
    Pockets
    2 zippered hand
    Hood
    no
    Powder Skirt
    no
    Thumbholes
    no
    Claimed Weight
    8.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, hiking & camping, climbing, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Is the Thorium same in toroso length ?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Small

    Wondering if the length of the torso in Cerium is the same as Thorium?
    I have the Thorium and it's cut quite short in the torso, but boxy on the bottom.
    Really warm, but the cut just doesn't work if your a bit taller and lean.
    Hoping Cerium is longer in length.

    Ok, but Arcteryx could do better

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

    I have a spazzy orange Patagonia down sweater and I decided to get a new jacket just to have a more neutral color.
    I have always been stoked on Arcteryx gear, and have loved every piece I have owned from them, with the exception of this item.
    I don't like the fit. It is too short on the center back length (24") as well as the sleeves could be just a hair longer for me. I also wish it had an inside pocket. That is generally a standard in technical jackets and was bummed this one didn't have one.
    I thought, given that this is 850 fill down, that it would loft just awesome. It is adequate, but I was disappointed that I could feel quills poking me. 850 fill, is the loft of the down. It should be the very light fluffy plumes from the goose, which keep it very warm. To have quills mixed in, and actually stab through the jacket isn't good. I had already worn the item and taken off the tags and couldn't return it, so I am kinda stuck with it.
    As far as down insulated items, I wouldn't recommend Arcteryx. I have always loved my Patagonia down sweater and have wanted to try Marmot, because I know they have some of the best down in the industry.
    If you are taller, most Arcteryx gear isn't going to fit that awesome, so look to Patagonia if you are in need of length.

    Jacket for the Andes

    • Fit: True to size

    This jacket is a great weight for Bogotá, Colombia and living in the Andes in general. It is very light and warm. The fit is snug and flattering. It will work well for layering under a gore-tex hard shell. There is one problem however, there is no drawcord in the hem as advertised. This is disappointing especially for the price. A drawcord in the hem would make the fit perfect, it is something Arc'teryx should consider

    What is the difference between the "SL" and the "LT"?
    Thank you!

    Best Answer

    Hey Ginger,



    SL stands for "Super Light" - Uses the lightest weight materials available to provide high weather protection, performance and/or packability, but with limited durability.



    LT stands for "Light Weight" - Built with highly durable top performance materials but designed with a streamlined minimalist set of features to provide very light weight.