It's time to send it.
- Waterproof Gore-Tex fabric, a DWR (durable water repellent) coating, fully taped seams, and a full-length WaterTight Vision front zip with insulated wind flap allow you to endure whiteouts and get face shot after face shot
- CoreLoft insulation keeps you plenty warm while non-quilted, laminated construction eliminates cold spots
- Breathable fabric and mesh-lined underarm vents release excess heat during top-to-bottom pow runs
- A relaxed cut and articulated patterning provide plenty of room to practice your front flips (if you do dare) or ski tight trees
- Gender-specific patterning helps ensure a non-bulky, just-right fit
- A helmet-compatible drop hood and laminated brim protect your face from the blinding wind and snow
- A smooth sleeve lining won't bind on other layers
- An elastic powder skirt and hook-and-loop cuff adjusters prevent excess snow from creeping in
- Multiple external pockets (with laminated or WaterTight zips) and internal pockets stash your tunes, keys, and other small essentials
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Nice jacket, but not for the Price Point
- Gender: Female
I had wanted an Arc'teryx for quite some time, but had a hard time swallowing the price tag.I finally bit the bullet and ordered the Moray jacket.It was very lightweight, not quite a shell, but certainly would need to layer to keep warm on colder days. It fit quite snuggly, as did the powderskirt and hit just at the top of my hips.
While the quality of the jacket seemed very high, I would have preferred a longer fit, and would have needed a size up to allow for layering. It also didn't have wrist gators. Wrist gators may or may not be your thing, but I find them very useful.
I wanted to love the jacket, but decided it didn't have all the features I'd like to have in a $600.00 jacket.