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Warm, durable, and ready for action on the slopes.

You never miss a ski day regardless of the conditions, and the Arc'teryx Men's Fission SV Insulated Jacket is the reason why. A Gore-Tex membrane, fully taped seams, and WaterTight external zippers keep you dry in the wettest weather, and Arc'teryx added Gore-Tex Pro reinforcements in high-wear areas for durability. Coreloft insulation brings the warmth without the weight, and it leaves the jacket with exceptional breathability so you stay comfortable during intense ski sessions.

An expedition fit with e3D patterning leaves plenty of room for layering without restricting your movement, and a longer length covers your butt even when you bend over. Articulated elbows give the freedom of movement you need when you ski through trees. The insulated DropHood rotates with your head for total visibility, and adjustable cuffs and hem seal out the cold.

  • Gore-Tex 2L
  • Gore-Tex N70P reinforcements
  • Coreloft insulation
  • Expedition fit
  • Longer length
  • Insulated hood

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5 5

Great Winter Ski Piece

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 10"
    Weight: 190 lbs
    Size Purchased: Large

I purchased this coat in November at the start of the winter season. I had heard really good things about Arc'teryx from a friend, and this coat seemed absolutely perfect; as the winter has passed, I have found that this an absolutely awesome jacket.

I live near Boston, and this has been one of the coldest and snowiest winters on record. In every condition, the piece has performed performed great. Skiing in NH in January on one of the coldest days of the year posed no problem. The jacket's pretty light for its warmth and toughness, and I skied in it great. I usually get quite warm and sweat easily, but I wore a thin base layer and light fleece underneath anyway; even so, I skied for seven hours that day with temperatures below freezing and had a great time. I felt comfortable all day.

I've also had lots of fun skiing on an awesome 3 ft pow day and sledding on a day off from school. The jacket's hem/hood cords and cuffs hold great, and the fantastic DWR and Gore-Tex kept me dry; I didn't have any snow inside the jacket after a few hours of sledding. The jacket was warm and comfortable, and the material was breathable enough that I felt warm but not hot.

With regard to the fit, I'm 5'10", 190 lb with wide shoulders, and I often wear a large. The jacket's long but very manageable, and it's actually helpful to have more coverage when skiing. The jacket definitely doesn't feel cumbersome, and its lack of weight makes it very easy to handle. I also wear the jacket to school pretty often, and it looks great and keeps me warm. It's definitely quite warm, and I wouldn't recommend it for forty-degree days, but it's a tough coat for a cold day in the snow. I couldn't have asked for a better jacket, and I'll be using it for several years to come.

5 5

Solid Winter Piece

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

From using this jacket for deer hunting, nordic skiing, snow shoeing and just going around town, I have been impressed. Although much more on the pricey side, its very warm and well suited to almost any active to semi active activity in temps down to -25C. Also great waterproof and wind stopping abilities. Would recommend to anyone looking for a good all around winter piece. I'm 5 10 and 190 pounds with a wider chest and the medium fits great, with some space to layer

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I would love to get this jacket but for some reason when trying it at the store the M fits me snug on the back/chest area to where its a bit awkward to move, yet the L is too long and big on the stomach/hip area and looks like I'm wearing a barrel. I'm 5'9" 185lbs (42 inch chest 32 inch waist) athletic build so i am curious if it doesn't bother you moving around (chest/back area) since we seem to be about same build.
I tried the Kappa Hoodie on L which has the Ahtletic fit (vs Expedition fit on the SV) and it fit great, wish the SV had the Athletic fit, not too crazy about this Expedition fit since the jacket is warm enough to not need a bunch of layers under it.

Responded on

To be honest I havent really noticed it too much, but I am often wearing a heavier fleece or more when using it. The times I have just work a t shirt or base layer underneath the movement hasn't bothered me at all. Hope that helps!

What is the center back length of a medium?

Where is this jacket made ,Thanks ?

Best Answer Responded on

Someone asked this question on Arc'Teryx's boards: "Why is my Fission SV jacket made in China while my Alpha SV jacket is made in Canada? Any particular reason?"
This is the reply from ACS: "Arc'teryx designs, patterns and tests all of its products in Vancouver, along with developing industry-leading manufacturing techniques used to assemble our products. The remaining portion of our products are manufactured in other countries including China, the Philippines, Vietnam, El Salvador and other countries worldwide.

The primary reason for employing additional manufacturing facilities throughout the world has been capacity. Our business has grown rapidly and demand for Arc'teryx products has far exceeded the capacity of our North American facility. The location of where products are produced changes from season to season. We have one quality standard and it applies to all of our products regardless of the location of the manufacture. "

So, to answer your question, it could be Canada, China, the Philippines, Vietnam, or other countries. I know that isn't super-specific, but it gives you an idea of where it may theoretically "come" from.
Hope this helped, at least a bit.

is this coat too warm to ski in

Responded on

Mike, depends on how cold you get and where you ski. This jacket is extremely warm. If you're in sub zero temps you'll probably be ok. This jacket does not have pit zips, so if you tend to overheat it might be too warm for you. Another option would be the Fission SL:

http://www.backcountry.com/arcteryx-fission-sl-insulated-jacket-mens?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6Zmlzc2lvbiBzbDoxOjE6Zmlzc2lvbiBzbA&skid=ARC3659-SAGGN-XXL

The Fission SL Insulated Jacket uses the same great Thermatek insulation and a Gore-Tex 2 Layer membrane/fabric. It also features pit zips. I use the Fission SL for storm day skiing and winter urban wear as well.