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Slim and sleek, but offering burly warmth and protection.
In the Arc'teryx Women's Kamoda Jacket, you no longer laugh in the general direction of the cold masses huddling together, desperate for warmth—you laugh at them as you glide by, ensconced in your shapely, warm, stormproof jacket. This weather-busting beauty seems like a budget-buster, but after you ski through your first blizzard without breaking into even a slight shiver, the money won't matter. Compact Coreloft insulation provides warmth without weight, and Arc'teryx designers gave this jacket a slender silhouette to keeping you looking good while you're standing still, skiing through trees, or strolling through Central Park in the middle of a snowstorm.
Gore-Tex technology guarantees waterproof and breathable protection. What this means is that when the blizzard hits, you'll be safe from the snow and your own sweat. When you're at the start of a skintrack in early-dawn chill, the relaxed fit lets you layer on the extra warmth. When spring sun shines and your bikini becomes your baselayer, this jacket lets your hot bod breathe so you don't wind up naked on the snow in an effort to cool down.
Bells and whistles become gongs and horns in the hands of Arc'teryx. The drop-hood fits your helmet and adjusts for a custom fit. The snap-close powder skirt grabs you by the waist so snow doesn't sneak in. Easy sliding sleeves mean you can slide this jacket over that wool fisherman's sweater without working up a sweat or getting bunched-up sleeves. The mesh-lined underarm zips let you air your pits without letting snow in. With the Slide n' Loc system, attach the Kamoda to relevant pants for a unified front against snow and cold.
- N70p Gore-Tex, 3L tricot technology
- Tiny Gore seam tape (13mm and 19mm)
- Compact Coreloft insulation, 80g
- Relaxed fit, articulated elbows, gusseted underarms
- Mesh-lined underarm vents
- Powder skirt, snap-close
- Hood, helmet-compatible and adjustable
- Recco receiver
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How does this goretex compares to last...
How does this goretex compares to last year's pro shell? I see that most of the Arcteryx women stuff now uses the same 3L goretex fabric with different construction, other than a few SV pieces that use the new pro shell. Last year's Kamoda uses the old gore pro shell, this year's Kamoda says gore 3L. Is this similar to the Sentinel gore fabric? How does it compare to last year's pro shell in terms of breathability and waterproofness?
End of Feb. POW
My GF loves this shell jacket when it gets Cold/Stormy/windy, or when you just need to keep the fluffy stuff from sneaking up your shirt. Good hood, good vents, good fit, powder skirt. She doubles it's use as a cool-weather rain jacket.