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Made for climbers who don't care about the cold.

It's a dry February and you have the itch to send some mountains. It's a good thing you have the Arc'teryx Men's Dually Belay Insulated Parka to warm your bones because, even though it's dry out there, it's still freakin' freezing. This parka utilizes two layers of ThermaTek insulation for your toasty core warmth, and Arc'teryx immersed the insulation in a DWR coating to help you stay dry in case an unexpected storm appears out of nowhere.Arc'teryx also integrated a full-separating, two-way front zip to accommodate harness and rope as you belay your buddy.

An expedition fit leaves room for layering in frigid temperatures, but with a slimmer fit in the chest and shoulders. The StormHood slides over your helmet with ease, and you can rotate your head without losing the vision you need on the wall. If it gets warm on your route, you can stuff this compressible jacket in its stuff sack and clip it to your harness in case you get cold again. Stretch-knit cuffs are soft against your wrists and seal out that nasty cold front, and a drawcord at the drop-tail hem keeps in all that wonderful warmth even when you bend over to put your shoes on.

  • 30D nylon shell with DWR coating
  • Dual layered ThermaTek insulation with DWR treatment
  • Expedition fit
  • Helmet-compatible StormHood
  • Full-separating, two-way front zip
  • Stuff sack with clip-in loop included
  • Stretch-knit cuffs
  • Drawcord at drop-tail hem

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What size would provide the same fit if I normally wear a 42R with a baselayer and shirt?

Responded on

Hey MC,

It really depends on the fabric weight of the base layers you'll be using with the jacket. If you're looking for the same fit as a 42R provides, I would recommend going with a large. If you would prefer a fit that you can layer without losing any range of motion, I would suggest x-large.

What range of temperatures would this be good in assuming I'm climbing on and off?

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Temperature range for any person on any jacket varies relative to the person using it, and what sort of temperatures their body can endure and comfortably withstand before they feel the need to throw on layers. Arc'Teryx offers this blurb from their website, pertaining to the insulation they use in construction of this jacket: ThermaTek™ 2.7 oz—100% nylon face, 92 g/m². Comprised of a high tenacity 30 denier nylon fabric laminated to a 2.7 ounce continuous fibre fill insulation which is then completely immersed in DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment." Given that 92g/m^2, which is, I believe, somewhat of an industry-standardized measurement for synthetic insulation, you could expect this to work well for you in a range residing somewhere from mid/high 20s (Fahrenheit) up to the 40s, supposing you have at least one or two light or moderate base layers underneath.
I cannot speak to the performance of this Arc'Teryx product, or any for that matter since I own none, I have always heard and read great things about their stuff.
That being said, it's impossible to state definitely what temperature range this is designed for (unlike, say, sleeping bags) since every person will deal with and acclimate to gelid weather in a unique manner.
Hope this helps.

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I'd have to disagree with James' comment above. The Dually has two layers of 92 g/m² of ThermaTek insulation; equalling approximately 184 g/m² of insulation. Hence, the difference in names between the "Solo" and the "Dually" Jackets.

There have been many reports of climbers using this on Denali as their main puffy/belay jacket with no problems at all. There are plenty of trip reports from alpine climbers who use this piece and not pulling this guy out of their packs unless it's 10F or below.

5 5

The King Of Arc'teyx !!!

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

Let me be the first to say, I Purchased this jacket to top off my collection of Arc'teryx .. and I'm glad I did. This is a very light and very warm jacket to have. It packs away small until you need it and BAM it layers right over what you have on to keep warm until your on the move again. Especially when the sun goes down. It does have hood adjustments in the back and in front of the hood and an adjustment at the bottom of the jacket. Don't order a larger size than you need. It fits well even if you don't have any layers under it. I am glad I got mine, cause once there gone, it's to late to get one!

Hi!
Is the large size of this product...

Hi!
Is the large size of this product bigger than the large size of the atom SV hoody?

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It's like a giant Atom SV Hoodie with plenty of room to layer. If your a large order large, don't go to big!

Hi! I'm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on...

Hi! I'm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on holiday for one week( lives in Eurpoe) and i wonder how many dayes it takes from you order till you recived the order?

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We typically get most of our orders shipped out our doors within 24 hours from the time it is placed (order placed on the weekend ship on Monday). So it really depends on the shipping method that you choose. We can ship UPS next day delivery, so theoretically if you order a jacket by Monday morning we can get it to you on Tuesday.