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Durability without the tarp effect.

When you're part of a big family, everyone knows the first kid is the experiment, the middle child blends into the background, and the baby of the family is spoiled beyond belief. As the third child in the Arc'teryx Whiteline jacket family, the Men's Rush Jacket is a sweet little combo of utter toughness and luxurious comfort in a guaranteed waterproof, guaranteed breathable hardshell. Whether you're commuting in Chicago or ripping through the snow in Colorado, you'll be in no hurry to get inside when you have this storm-busting jacket.

By using two different densities of Gore-Tex Pro fabric, the Rush jacket provides durable weather protection in a comfortable, flexible shell. Sure, it'd be cheaper to buy a blue tarp from the hardware store, but how well can you layer under that flapping plastic, let alone creep quietly through freshly fallen snow? In addition to being soft and quiet, Gore-Tex Pro is designed for bouts of intense activity with plenty of rest in between. When you're skinning up a steep section, the fabric breathes so you don't drown in a puddle of your own sweat. If you're stopping for lunch, photo ops, or a quick potty break, Gore-Tex Pro won't leave you a cold, shivering mess.

The expedition fit and e3D patterning leaves loads of room for layers to optimize your experience. A silkweight shirt might suffice for spring corn, while you'll need a few tiers of thermal layers for a backcountry adventure in the high Rockies come February. The helmet-compatible hood rotates with your head to avoid blind spots. The powder skirt features the Slide n' Loc attachment so you can create an Arc'teryx snow suit for full-bodied weatherproofing.

  • Gore-Tex Pro
  • 80D nylon plain weave on shoulders, elbows, hood
  • 40D nylon ripstop on torso, sleeves
  • Expedition fit, e3D patterning
  • Underarm vents, WaterTight Vislon zippers
  • Powder skirt, Slide n' Loc attachment
  • Hood, helmet-compatible

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Rush keepin' me dry in Yosemite

Rush keepin' me dry in Yosemite

Staying dry on a rainy day at Taft Point.

5 5

Perfect Athletic Fit

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6'
    Weight: 163 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

Perfect Athletic Fit for you. And Gore-Tex pro is awesome for back-country ski.

Perfect Athletic Fit
5 5

Love it!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 0"
    Weight: 180 lbs
    Size Purchased: medium

Great jacket! Whether you are using it for skiing or just for a rain jacket, this jacket covers it all! Highly water/wind proof. It is thin, but jackets fit underneath. Recommended!

5 5

Best shell jacket out there!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 8"
    Weight: 150 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

You cannot go wrong with an Arc'teryx shell jacket and the Rush is no exception. I'm 5'8 and 150lbs and I the medium fits perfectly. I tend to layer a bit under my shell but even if I didn't want to, the medium was my go to size. FITS TO SIZE. Arc'teryx is well known for their techy zippers that tend to last for millions of zips. The big hood is great to go over helmet when its dumping on you and feels fine going without it. Some people don't like the little higher than normal front pockets but I think they are perfectly placed. You can fit a lot into them and never feels bulky. I highly recommend the Rush!!!
Kick the tires and light the fires! See you on the slopes with your Arc'teryx Rush!

5'10" / 180-185. What size do you recommend? I don't like baggy but like to wear a vest under.

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I am 5'11'' 170 lbs, I have a good fit for size M, and I still have a lot of space for layers. I think either M or L is good for you.

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Fit is really good on this jacket, read my comments below on my fit. I went with Medium and am 5'-9", 160 - 165. Honestly, medium or large would probably both fit fine, but depends how much of the year you want to wear this... just winter... or spring, winter and fall. If all 3 seasons, I would go medium... Vest would prob still fit, but would also not be overly baggy in other two seasons. I can wear a t-shirt under my medium and as long as I sinch the cuffs tight around my bare wrist, I would never notice it could still fit my Mec tremblant puffy beneath it.

Hey folks,

I'm deciding between the Rush and the Sabre. Mainly for winter weather skiiing and also as a dual purpose outer shell for the winter months due to the cost of the shell.

I was definitely leaning towards the Rush... However was stuck on sizing as I don't own any other Arc'teryx shells. I am 5'-9", approx 160lbs (give or take 5bs on the time of year), 39" chest, 32" waist and fairly athletic build. However I also wanted to be able to layer my Mec Tremblant mid down layer underneath the shell for when the temp really drops and the winds pick up for casual winter wear (temps generally run coldest - 30C without wind chill here).

I was thinking medium, but can't be sure. Anyone have any words of advice here? They would be much appreciated!!

Also, my arm length is approx 23 - 24" for what it is worth.

Thanks again.

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I own the rush, and I absolutely love it. I use it spring backpacking when i experience mixed conditions, and it keeps me dry no matter what get's thrown at me. And it does a great job keeping me dry skiing, and breathing so my layered jacket doesn't get wet. I am 6'2" and wear a Large, so i would recommend a medium for sure as this jacket fits a little on the large size! It's a great jacket and worth every dime! You'll love it!

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I'm same size & build 5'9" 160 and have the medium Rush. get the medium. I love mine! Finishing 2nd season with it and it's never left me cold or wet. I've used it as a rain she'll in summer and used it as cold as -5 with layers in Snowshoe WV.

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Awesome! Thanks for the responses guys, I ordered the medium and am very excited to recieve it. When I do get it i'll put it through the ranks with all of my baselayers, etc and report back with the fit!

Thanks again.

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Hey guys,

Reporting back on my purchase. As mentioned above... 5'-9" tall, 160-ish lbs... 39" chest.. 32" waist.. Bought the medium, and I am very impressed with the fit. I plan to wear this shell as a multi purpose, 3 season shell (fall, winter, spring).. And In this case I wanted it to fit with just a 260 wool layer beneath and also be able to wear it with my Mec Tremblant down puffy underneath it + more layers if in extremely cold conditions... amazingly both fit well. The body/sleeve cut of this jacket is honestly unbelieveable. The only con to this jacket is the length of the sleeves, which are quite long, however the velcro cuffs are positioned great to tighten around large gloves or bare wrists alike. So that remedies the long sleeve issue.

The Rush is lightweight and the snowskirt is not noticable at all when not being used. I would recommend this shell to anyone. This is my first Arc'Teryx piece, but it definitely won't be my last.

Very impressed.

5 5

Bomber jacket

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 2"
    Weight: 180 lbs
    Size Purchased: Large

This jacket is hands down the best jacket i have ever used. I owned a patagonia powder bowl jacket for 3 seasons, it no longer repelled water so i sent it back to patagonia for store credit. Started looking for a new ski coat and found this one! I have been using this jacket for almost two seasons now, and it has done nothing but exceed all of my expectations. When It finally came time to wash it, i through it in the wash with some Nikwax tech wash. When it finished washing, fearfully, i took it out and tested its waterproofness under the sink, only to find it was more waterproof than before! The patagonia lost a bit of waterproofing everytime i washed it, even when i used wash in goretex, and i never washed it with detergent. This Jacket is 100% water proof. I took it on a spring backpacking trip even, and it kept me dry through the rain sleet and snow. The material it is made out of is EXTREMELY durable. I live in the black hills, and where i climb is all granite, very very sharp granite, and i have rock climbed in this coat numerous times this winter on nice days, and there aren't even the slightest abrasion marks. The price is a bit ridiculous, but for a lifetime guaranteed product i personally think it's worth it. I don't see myself needing a new shell for atleast 10 years. I couldn't be happier with this jacket! My only suggestion would be to add a breast pocket for easy access to cell phones or whatever else you may store in there, the pocket on the arm is pretty hard to access by yourself, especially when it comes time to zip it shut again. Besides that, this coat is absolutely amazing! and the Blue Nile color looks great! The fit is great, and still gives me a little room to grow! I usually wear an arcteryx base layer and my Patagonia Nano Air underneath this, and am perfectly warm even on 0 degree days. But i don't get cold very easily! Overall, GREAT jacket! Highly recommend it.

Bomber jacket
5 5

Excellent Choice

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

I am a 6ft male and weight 185 pounds so I purchased the Large green boa jacket. I added the Atom AR to this jacket for an insulation piece in Large as well. Both fit perfectly. I wore this jacket skiing Killington in a freezing rain storm and it performed flawlessly. The material is top quality and stiff out of the package. I expect that stiffness will fade with use. Jacket has buttons that connect to the arcteryx pants via the powder skirt. It is a great feature. Even the cuffs are anatomically cut for a better fit. If you are concerned with the fit of the Arc'teryx gear call them directly and buy a nylon tape measure to verify sizes. Great jacket, top notch materials, stop hesitating and buy it now.

What is the center back length of a medium?

Keeps ya smiling

Keeps ya smiling

Even if you slam into a tree well on a powder day, this jacket keeps you dry and smiling!

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Its light blue on top with a dark navyish blue on the bottom... I dont know the name of the color but it was last seasons' rush, so unfortunately you can no longer purchase this color.

Crest with the Rush

Crest with the Rush

It was cold and snowy with winds gusting at 60mph on the ridge line as we tried to beat the snow and get one more Wasatch Crest lap in this season. The Rush, with the hood easily going over a helmet, killed it.
Calm and peaceful by Desolation Lake

PC: fellow Gearhead Dan Bye

5 5

Great backcountry jacket!

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

I have owned many gore-tex jackets and this is by far the best. I is light weight, packs well, and breaths well enough now I can leave it on when splitboard touring . The pockets in the front are nice because you can access them when you are strapped into a pack. Also they are big enough to fit climbing skins in ( one in each pocket.) it's the perfect NW jacket for me.

5 5

Bomb-proof

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

Was not too cold in the frigid wind, not to hot in the Alta April sun, not wet in the blizzard. The small fit me perfectly -- I'm 5'9" 155lb and small tends to be best fit in Arcteryx products. Plenty of room for layers.

Bomb-proof
Feel the RUSH

Feel the RUSH

Employee Chris S. atop the American Twin Fork peaks above Snowbird ski resort - looking fairly majestic.

5 5

Awesome Jacket

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

This jacket is the perfect ski shell. And the perfect rain shell.

Another reviewer said it doesn't work well with a pack for access to the pockets....I could not DISAGREE more. They are in the perfect location. I looked long and hard for the one jacket to replace them all. And I have found it.

I promise this piece will not let you down.

5 5

Almost perfect!

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

This is a great jacket! The mix 80D/40D gives you durability and save some weight without compromising features!

I'm 5'5" / 147 and the small fits great! I agree with some of the reviews that say the jacket is a little on the short length side, but that's where the powder skirt is going to help you and the slide&lock feature works great to attach to your pants if you don't like to wear bibs, it provides enough room for layering and and I can move without any restriction! The quality and detail in this piece is outstanding, the blue nile color is pretty much like shown in the picture.

Pockets: the two hand warmer pockets are a little higher than normal, but not totally pack friendly, they can work with a pack, but are not the easiest ones to use with a pack, the internal stash pockets is handy and the zippered internal pocket is a nice addition for some snacks or wallet, no media pocket but I prefer to put iPod on my mid layer to keep it warm and save battery. I wish there was a big chest pocket, something like the one on the Theta SVX, maybe not necessary to be too big, but a chest pocket would be a nice improvement!

The hood is big and easy to go over my medium smith helmet, the collar is high but not the most spacious. Sometimes I wish there was a little more space in the collar area since it can get a little tight sometimes, but not to the point to bother me.

This is a great jacket, light, generous fit for layers, nice helmet compatible hood and I believe it's the least expensive Goretex Pro Shell from Arcteryx, what else can we ask for? Humm, maybe a chest pocket!

Gonna last for a long time

Gonna last for a long time

This is the type of jacket you buy once, and probably don't replace unless you are a guide. I'm sure I'll keep this thing around for a long while.

I am 6'2 and about 210lbs. I went with a large fit, and as you can see, its definitely form fitting. I probably could have gotten away with an XL, and they would have been a little long in the sleeve.

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Hi Ethan! Iam thinking to buy this jacket, but witch collor is yours?

5 5

Great jacket (but is that a surprise?)

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

In a word, awesome. HUGE hood for a helmet. High chin area to keep Jack Frost at bay. Great fit (true to size). Awesome velcro at the wrists, super deep inside stow pocket. Sleeve pocket is usable for a pass/wallet, etc. Spendy but worth the scrillas.