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Some of the nastiest weather conditions result in some of the best powder days. Don't miss out because it's too cold. Arc'teryx designed the Sabre SV Jacket so you could get out and ski all day when others are stuck at home wishing it wasn't so cold. Gore-Tex Sofstshell fabric keeps mother nature out while it allows your body to regulate its temperature. Light fleece insulation on the inside keeps you warm on the lift but doesn't overheat you like a big, fat puffy jacket.

  • Arc'teryx's most relaxed fit for progressive styling
  • Gore-Tex Softshell fabric is guaranteed waterproof and breathable
  • 1.6mm seam allowance reduces bulk and weight
  • Articulated elbows and gusseted underarms give you free movement and durability
  • Underarm Zippered vents quickly regulate temperature
  • Molded zipper garages eliminate icing
  • Powder skirt with gripper elastic and snap closure
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Surprises me every time I wear it!

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

I've worn this jacket on frosty peaks with gusts over 50+ mph, in hail, snow, rain and anything in-between and this beast just does not stop. My go-to was a NAU Asylum (another great jack on its' own) but after sporting this for two seasons, I haven't looked back. Very functional, light and pleasing appealing. This jacket, unlike most Arc'teryx, fits true to size. They don't make it anymore (I think) but you'd be doing yourself a favor by getting yourself into something equivalent.

Sabre vs. Stingray

    Couldn't decide, so I ordered one of each in XXL. I'm 6'3", 275. Very fit below the waist - "million dollar" belly above. There is no question that the Sabre had more room for layering and the front pockets were a little deeper and roomier due to the cut. So why did I return the Sabre and keep the Stingray? Because the Stingray fit better. They are both long, but the taper in the stingray is more slimming - similar in some respect to the cut of the Gamma MX. I also have a Patagonia Gore-Tex shell that I use for REALLY cold, extra layer conditions, and wanted a jacket that I'd likely wear with one heavy or two light layers at most. The other thing that I liked better about the Stingray was the collar. I'm betting that on really nasty days, the Sabre would work better, because the jacket zips up high - almost to right under my nose - and there would be room for a little pocket of warm air. But for day in, day out, the Stingray collar struck me as more comfortable and practical. I'm expecting that either of these coats will be as comfortable and watertight as my Stingray pants. I chose those over Gore-Tex pro due to the feel of the fabric and their relative "quiet". Can't wait for wet snow.

    Like mod Arcteryx, its perfect

      Great jacket, fit, warmth, feel of fabric is all top notch. I have the Flylow Quantum Jacket also, I must say this one fits better and feels soft to the touch. I really like the Flylow Quantum for the money, but it you don't mind spending the extra then this coat is awesome.

      Arc'teryx Sabre SV Jacket

        I am 5'10" 180 lbs and I bought this jacket in size medium. I have used it several times for snowboarding as well as general use around the city. The relaxed fit is comfortable, however I find the sleeves too long for me, requiring the velcro cuffs to be cinched most of the time. The quality of the materials and construction are excellent.

        I do have one criticism of this jacket, and I wonder if anyone else has found this to be annoying... Although the brushed lining is very soft, when I want to wear just a t-shirt with the jacket, I find the taped seams to be extremely itchy or prickly. It has something to do with the material used for the taped seams. I realize that this is a minor issue as I can wear long sleeves or layer beneath this jacket, but unfortunately this issue kept it from being "perfect".

        Please feel free to comment.

        Shell color fades

          My red Arc'teryx shell faded pretty severely after only 1 year and the various panels faded differently - a major disappointment and Arc'teryx said essentially "too bad."

          Long Live Arc'teryx

            Got this jacket this season and wasn't sure what to expect for the weather conditions I would be skiing in this year. I decided to just purchase the jacket and the 150 weight Icebreaker baselayer and layer as needed on top of that. REALLY glad I didn't get any insulating base layers as some sales dudes recommended. This jacket and the thin baselayer kept me toasty the whole trip. Many times we got on the gondola I had to take the jacket off. The 'light fleece insulation' is VERY VERY light, so don't be confused... I would say there might be a millimeter of fleece like material, and definitely wouldn't consider it to be 'insulation.'
            This jacket repels water like a champ (obviously), and despite taking a good number of spills and a few trip through the trees, I can find no signs of wear so far. I love the giant front pockets, and the internal pocket is the perfect place to put your music player and run your headphones out of the neck. The powder skirt worked as intended (on the two days it...). The hood fit closely around my helmet, but was in no way restricting.
            As everyone knows about this jacket, it fits a bit big compared to the other jackets I tried on. I find myself very curious about sizing down to a medium (sorry Backcountry!), as I think it looks much to big in any stance besides ski position... I guess I'll just have to stop by a local shop and try a small on first...

            Bottom line: I would buy this jacket again; I will definitely highly consider buying other Arc'teryx products despite the prices; Consider sizing down in this jacket.
            Downside: My girlfriend is now convinced that she needs an Arc'teryx jacket :-\

            Long Live Arc'teryx

            Sabre SV Jacket

              I seriously love this jacket. Gore-tex Softshell really is a great fabric. It has just the right amount of insulation; not too much, but just enough to allow you to wear it by itself on a mild day. The details on this jacket are just perfect, combining technical fabrics with a minimalist design. I went with the color, Green Light, and couldn't be happier. The large pockets in the front are really easy to access. All in all, its a brilliantly designed jacket, with everything you need, and nothing you don't.

              One thing I would like to address, is the sizing. The jacket runs about a half size large. To be safe I bought both sizes to really compare the two. Personally I liked the fit of the Small (5'9" 130lb), but the sleeve length/articulation is far superior Medium. So I am just warning those that don't like a relaxed fit, go with the Stingray. For only $25 more, you have basically the same jacket with an athletic fit, and tall collar to finish it off. The only reason I personally haven't gone with the Stingray, is Arc'teryx doesn't carry the jacket in my favorite color: Greenlight!

              Great Jacket

                With the Arcteryx Sabre I think I have found the ideal ski jacket for me. I live in the PNW and ski several of the Washington ski areas as well as making the drive the Whistler/Blackcomb as often as possible. In size I am 5’9” and weigh 175-180 (depending on the amount of poutine consumed while in Canada) and the medium size is a good fit for me. My typical layering is Icebreaker base (200) and mid (320) layers and this combined with the lining of the jacket keeps me comfortable in most conditions. There is still room for me to go with heavier insulation if I encounter harsh cold conditions. While still early in the season I have encountered both wet and windy conditions and the jacket has protected me perfectly. I am able to stash items in the large front pockets and the zippers work easily even with a gloved hand. Probably one of the best things I can say about the jacket is that when wearing it I don’t notice it. I went with the Green Light color which I think has a great look and have actually had several people come up and ask about the jacket/color and where to get it. Overall a great jacket.

                Great Jacket

                Arc'teryx Sabre SV

                Sabre in action in Road Rash Red. Helps ya stick 'em.

                Arc'teryx Sabre SV

                First Impression

                  Just received the Sabre SV Jacket in Squid Ink Small. The fit is very good...I am 5'7 162lb (athletic build) and I can wear two merino wool shirts and a Patagonia Hooded Sweater under this shell. The looser cut allows me full mobility across the shoulders.

                  I like the Squid Ink color which is a nice purple hue. The Arc Teryx logo is stenciled on which seems a bit cheesier than the older logo on my 7 year old Theta AR.And of course, this product is made in China which really bums me out. It just feels like the quality is slightly less than in prior years. However, i have not yet taken this shell onto the mountain as it is still early here in New England. I will report back in December with my thoughts on performance.

                  I don't understand this fascination with production location—the range in pay can be drastic from low skilled workers to artisan seamstresses. I have this jacket and it stills has the lifetime warranty—every seam, every panel, every drawcord and piece of webbing are perfect. I've used this the past season and it's taken a beating with no visible damage.

                  Dave...I will try to post a photo later. I would say there appear to be more purple tones in the shell, where the photo above looks a bit more blue. However, the photo is pretty close.

                  Carlo...I simply prefer products manufactured in the US/Canada because i believe in supporting companies who help build and sustain our manufacturing base and jobs in the US. And I will pay more for those products. For example, i love products produced by IBEX. Manufactured in the US. Unfortunately, it is not always possible to buy products made in the US because so much clothing manufacturing has been exported.

                  a quick follow up...I skied with the Sabre SV on this weekend and really liked the performance. It was a wet weekend with a falling drizzle on loved havint the helmet compatible hood up on the lifts and down runs. very nice! Movement in the upper torso was awesome with a snug fit at the hips. A number of people commented on the Squid Ink color as being very appealing. In addition, wore the jacket casually through Portland Maineand it looked great with nice lines.Totally over the 'cheesy' stencil...jacket looks great.

                  Arc'teryx Sabre SV Jacket (squid ink) and Pant (greenlight)

                  Arc'teryx Sabre SV Jacket (squid ink) and Pant (greenlight)

                  Top Arc'Teryx quality at Value pricing!

                    I've Mentioned this before- This is the Best Value in Arc'teryx this season. A $450 shell of this quality would have been unheard from Arc'teryx a few years back. Yes these are made in China, But the Stitching, taping and small details are all top notch (I still wish more of their gear was made here in North America).

                    The jacket is Cut with a roomy fit. Roomier than most of my other Arc shells of the same size. It fits perfectly under a base layer and a softshell. When it gets ridiculously cold (in the Negative-temp zone) a 100 wt fleece can be added under your softshell without being restrictive. It has a long cut in front and back with lots of coverage so you dont feel like you are wearing a crop top (a serious problem of arcteryx a few years back). Pockets are well placed and very roomy. Zippers glide with ease- you can tell these are not the cheaper versions. The hood comes up high in the front covering most of the mouth. Hood is roomy to fit over a helmet and has nice hidden "stealth" adjusters to cinch it down when not wearing it up.

                    Material is very tough. It can stand a lot of abuse in the glades. Even dirt seems to wash off with a cloth and water. The fleece backing adds a touch of insulation. This however lends itself less useful when the warmer temps come out (gets pretty warm in there).I own quite a few shells (very few have received a 5 star rating). Have no hesitation giving this one the "royale with cheese" grade.

                    Hi Paul

                    I see that you owned the Sabre in Bondi blue color (awesome looking). I have a few questions. What shade of blue is it? how you like the color your self. How's the fit and performance for you? I purchased the Carbon copy color but though it was a bit too bland. There's a bondi blue one available in medium at a pretty decent price and I'm thinking about purchasing it so just wanted your thoughts on this color and the sizing in Medium. I'm 5'10, 175lb.

                    Thanks, Jeff

                    Sizing is very big

                      The sizing of the Arc'teryx Sabre SV Jacket is very big. I normally wear medium, but had to take small this time.
                      Same for the Arc'teryx Sabre trouser which I took in small/regular but which I could even wear in long instead of regular.

                      I couldn't agree more. It is actually ridiculous how big this jacket is. I also usually wear a medium (I'm 5' 8", 150 lbs) so I bought the medium. I am absolutely swimming in it - even with my thickest fleece base layers. Sleeves are very long. I need to trade it in for a small.

                      Sweet shell

                        To preface I live in vail co and ride 80-100 days a year inbounds and side/backcountry. As another reviewer stated this jacket is more of a shell with light insulation than an insulated jacket. As someone who runs quite hot, however, this jacket is perfect and has kept me warm with a light fleece (patagonia r1) in whiteout conditions and cool enough with just a base layer (capilene 1) on warmer bluebird days. I don't use it every day but thats because I'm spoiled and have a beta ar jacket and pant that I prefer when hiking is involved. The fit is quite baggy and is not suited to backcountry use in my opinion but for a stylie jacket for inbounds riding arcteryx did a great job.

                        Not what I was expecting

                          Rec'd this jacket yesterday, however I'm returning today; Not the jacket I was expecting.

                          Super quality as with most Arcteryx stuff. I read a bit too much into the 'Gore-Tex Softshell' material and the description stating light fleece insulation. This is NOT a softshell jacket, nor is there ANY fleece inside.

                          This is a technical shell with a slightly stretchy material. The cut is very generous in the body and sleeves for layering and more of a slope-style feel. The hood is very generous but does cinch down nicely for non-helmet wearing folks. Fully zipped it was almost impossible to keep my face 'in the hole' so to speak, the neck covered my chin involuntarily and it didn't take much to have it cover my mouth and nose.

                          This would be a great foul-weather shell over a base layer + heavier fleece mid-layer for skiing or snowboarding. At a trim 5'11", 170lbs, the medium was generous enough that I would have had some extra room even with layers, however the powder skirt was a good fit and the cuffs had plenty of flexibility to go from multiple layers on down to next to skin. I could have worn a small in this piece over my Arcteryx Maverick fleece very comfortably. Length overall was good, sleeves were generously long (even for my monkey arms) and the body was long enough for someone at least a couple inches taller than me.

                          Absolutely nothing wrong with this jacket, just don't be fooled, this is a shell, not a softshell.

                          If you are looking for an insulated soft shell, check out the Venta SV Jacket. Gore Soft Shell is definitely not insulated, its just a soft SHELL. Which just means its a softer, quieter version of a hard shell. Just make sure you ask around about a jacket before you buy it. I have done that a couple times in the past. I hate ordering online! lol

                          Hi there. I was linving in google for...

                          Hi there.

                          I was linving in google for last few weeks to find out right size and color for this awsome jacket and finally Backcountry's offering road rash color in medium, perfect !

                          Now I need to match pants and I have few options. I'm desperately searching for Sabre pants in Green Light or Squid Ink in medium, but obviously very hard to find one. Alternatively,

                          1) Is Totem pants goes OK with Road Rash Red jacket? Everybody is wearing black(or gresy) pants and I'm kind of want to look different.

                          2) How Sabre jacket looks with Singray pants? I know that jacket is relaxed fit and pants are athletic fit. Is it going to be awkward looking matching sabre jacket with stingray pants?

                          3) Size : I tried Sabre pants at local shop and medion is my fit but little tight on waist. Should I go for large in Stingray pants?

                          I found a good deal for Stingray Totem pants and I can't decide if it's OK to go with Sabre jacket. Thanks guys.

                          Hi Chris

                          The carbon copy color would match pretty nice with your red sabre. I have the crossbow in blue ray and the sabre pants in carbon copy color and seems to be pretty happy with the setup.

                          The sabre pants I think would be a nicer compliement to the more relaxed style of the sabre jacket then the stingray pants. I found the sabre pants to be a bit more relax but definitely by no means baggy as other reviewers has mentioned. When compared to my TNF monte cargo and fargo pants the sabre defintely are a slimmer fit. The stingray pants is listed as a more athletic fit then the sabre so I would imageine the fit will be much form fitting. Again, it's a matter of personal preference.

                          Hi Paul Udovic I see that you owned the...

                          Hi Paul Udovic

                          I see that you owned the Sabre in Bondi blue color (awesome looking). I have a few questions. What shade of blue is it? how you like the color your self. How's the fit and performance for you? I purchased the Carbon copy color but though it was a bit too bland. There's a bondi blue one available in medium at a pretty decent price and I'm thinking about purchasing it so just wanted your thoughts on this color and the sizing in Medium. I'm 5'10, 175lb.

                          Thanks, Jeff

                          Hey Jeff,
                          Sorry for the lateness of my reply. Bondi Blue is a bright blue with a hint of green in it (I believe it is referred to as CYAN). I love most blue shades and tend to buy a lot of different blues in my wardrobe. It will really depend on what what types of colors you like to wear. I get a lot of compliments on it since its really different.
                          As for fit. I am the same height and weigh just a little bit less. I like the fit of the sabre for layering but it is a bit big with just a t shirt underneath. When the temps rise I tend to go for my pro shell jackets or now I have the Gore active shell.
                          If you get a good deal on the Bondi blue - go for it. The price for fall 2013 is going up $50 on the sabre ($525)

                          Hi Paul

                          Thanks for the detailed replied, it was really helpful.

                          There's a brand new one I can pickup for 270 in Bondi blue so I might just jump at it while still around.

                          Have a few more questions hope you can help.
                          It's there any feature differences between the bondi blue model versus the 2011 and 2012 models?

                          I was also interested in the greenlight color and want to know your thoughts on this color (I understand colors are a personal choice,like you, I also like blue) I actually purchased the carbon color (nice) but found it really bland for my taste.

                          Also, would you recommend the Sabre Pants to go with the jacket? In terms of color schema for the pants would carbon copy color go well with bondi blue? any recommendation in color, I currently have a pair of TNF Monte Crago's in green, not sure how that would workout with bondi blue.

                          Thanks again.

                          Jeff,
                          $270 is just above wholesale so I would certainly jump on that (next years line up does not include any blues). Greenlight is OK but not as nice as Bondi Blue thats for sure (greenlight s also discontinued for next fall) I am not aware of any changes between model years.
                          Sabre pants are nice but a little baggy. Depends on how you like them to fit. The Stingray pants are more athletic and I prefer the fit. Black or dark greys are probably the best colors for pants with this jacket so yes carbon copy is a perfect match, (even squid ink looks pretty cool next to it).
                          Hope this helps
                          Cheers
                          PAUL

                          Unfortuately, i missed my chance on that bondi jacket. There's a Crossbow jacket in blue ray at the same price I could pickup. How does the blue ray color? How's the crossbow vs sabre in terms of performance? Reading the reviews here, seems the crossbow has more bells and whistles with the thicker goretex and extra internal pocket. Which is a better all around jacket assuming i can get both at the same price?

                          I see that the Sabre is SV rated, but I...

                          I see that the Sabre is SV rated, but I have read many comments that this is not as durable as the hardshell SV. Is this accurate. Also is the carbon copy a popular color? I found a good deal on it but can not tell by pictures what the actual color is. Some look black and some look lighter gray.

                          Roy

                          Had a Sabre now for its second season and it is holding up as well as any of my Pro shell jackets. I prefer using the Gore softshell while skiing and snowboarding to my Pro Shell jackets. The fabric is more supple and has a touch of warmth with the fleece lining.

                          Hi, I'm considering a Sabre and would...

                          Hi, I'm considering a Sabre and would welcome some thoughts on sizing. I am 5ft 9", 38/39" chest and weigh 72Kg. (For info I already have a Beta AR in medium which fits "ok" (would have preferred a slightly closer fit like my old Rab Drillium) with room for a couple of layers easy. I'm guessing that a medium Sabre may be even baggier, if so should I go for a small? Thanks in advance.

                          Yes, it is baggier than other Arcteryx jackets I tried. I am exactly your size and I ended up with a medium. While I could wear a small, I thought the arm movement was slightly restrictive. I love the jacket. I have used it in really stormy and windy days. One of my favorite things about it is the fantastic wind protection - it is amazing going up the lifts with the wind blasting on Mt. Hood. Also love that the hood is helmet compatible.

                          This is not meant to fit close. This is Arcteryx most relaxed cut ever. It is new school gear for stylish people. You would be much better off with almost any other Arcteryx jacket because their standard fit is exactly what you are looking for. I am 5'10" 155lbs, and have a medium. It is the greatest jacket I have ever owned. I've had a few Arcteryx jackets, and used to always have to buy a large to get the fit I was looking for. Baggy, but not 17 year old long tee style baggy. Sleeve length is perfect for me, but I have long arms.

                          I'm looking for all-around jacket for...

                          I'm looking for all-around jacket for climbing / skiing year around in North West. Would this jacket be a good choice, or should I consider one of the hard shells?

                          Hey there, this jacket is a hardshell, meaning 3 layer... it just uses Goretex softshell material, which technically isn't softshell... its Goretex where the inside 3rd layer has a kind of soft/fleece face... I think this is a great all around jacket for what you are looking for... only thing you might consider is that this has a powder skirt and you may not want one...

                          What's more durable? Goretex pro shell or...

                          What's more durable? Goretex pro shell or Goretex soft shell? I'm extremely rough on gear and need a jacket that can hold up to skiing, general camping and mountaineering. Also which will offer better protection from rain? Although I'm looking for a primarily winter jacket, I want to be dry when Vermont winters throw me a curve ball.

                          Sounds like a Pro-shell jacket would suit you better. Pro-shell tends to be more packable, breathable and durable. Softshell is warmer, softer and more quiet. Take a look at the Arc'teryx Rush (similar to the Sabre SV, but in pro-shell, and with more pockets) the Alpha SV-maximum toughness or the Beta AR for a super versatile jacket for all seasons.

                          Sizing question? 5'8" 215 lbs. I wear a...

                          Sizing question? 5'8" 215 lbs. I wear a large in Burton jackets Will the that be the same with Sabre SV due to the larger sizing of this model people below are speaking of? Thanks.

                          Is the Quail grey a darker color? Some...

                          Is the Quail grey a darker color? Some pictures I have seen on other sites show it to be darker. also are these easy to clean? I am decideing between carbon or quail grey

                          I know this is a looser fitting piece than...

                          I know this is a looser fitting piece than most Arc'teryx shells, but I'm wondering how much looser? What is the chest size of an xxl? I'm 6'5, 225 lbs.

                          hi, other than the fleece liner how is...

                          hi, other than the fleece liner how is this jacket different from the Theta AR jacket/ Is one more waterproof than the other in an extreme hard down pour?
                          Thanks,
                          Keith

                          Hey Keith.
                          The Sabre is a softshell, the fabric will stretch with your movement. The Theta is a harshell and will not stretch. The Sabre also has a powder skirt, where as the Theta does not. Both shells use Goretex so in theory they will have the same waterproofing capabilities.

                          ok curious i have a alpha sv how does this...

                          ok curious i have a alpha sv how does this compare lengthwise

                          Does this coat have insulation, if so, how...

                          Does this coat have insulation, if so, how much. When you wear this jacket do you need a insulation layer? I live in Breckenenridge, so guage your responses based on high altitude conditions.

                          Best Answer

                          The Sabre does not have insulation. It uses a thicker softer face fabric with a light fleece bonded to the gore tex membrane. The combination of these 2 things adds a touch of warmth to the jacket (less than a 50 wt fleece I would estimate). I always use an insulating layer under the jacket (such as the Atom Lt or epsilon). regular fleece does not slide well under the fleece backing of the sabre so look for a smooth faced insulating layer.
                          Hope this helps.

                          Is this more of a fully waterproof Venta?...

                          Is this more of a fully waterproof Venta? A soft shell with just a soft lining is how I would describe my Venta AR and with its Windstopper and taped seams construction, it's been amazing. Was just wondering of this would be worth as a dedicated winter coat as I prefer layering as I use an Atom LT or Hyluss. How would someone compare these 2 coats, Sabre SV and Venta AR?

                          This uses a stretchy gore-tex lined fabric, so it's completely waterproof. If you like to layer, I would suggest getting something with a tricot liner instead of the microfleece in the Sabre. If you're sold on Arc' then check out the Alpha or Beta series, otherwise, Rab's Latok jacket, Patagonia's Super Alpine, Marmot's Apinist, or any other number of hardshells would do the trick. This will not be any warmer than the Venta.

                          The Sabre is a snowport specific fully waterproof softshell jacket. The Venta is not fully waterproof. Although the seams are taped with a finishing tape, it cleans up the seams on the jacket and adds a bit more water resistance it does not meet Gores standards of what a waterproof jacket is. Also the front zipper (as well as pocket zippers is not watertight). The sabre as mentioned comes with articulation meant for snowsports as well as a powder skirt. James is right on the money when he says you should look at a hardshell to compliment your wardrobe. Check out the Arcteryx Rush jacket as well as those he mentioned

                          What are the dimensions of the XXL - what...

                          What are the dimensions of the XXL - what I really need is a 46 XLong - slim, but w/a 38" sleeve

                          You can view size details in the sizing chart just below the "options" box up top. Another option is the Alpha SV tall, which is only available here on Backcountry.com. It doesn't have a powder skirt but might be the best fit option for you.
                          http://www.backcountry.com/arcteryx-alpha-sv-tall-jacket-mens

                          Another sizing question. Unfortunately...

                          Another sizing question. Unfortunately I'm not located anywhere I can try one on, but I'm about 6'1", 185-190 lbs and typically wear a size 40 suit jacket.

                          Can't decide between a medium and large, any advice/help appreciated.

                          So here is my proposal for layering with...

                          So here is my proposal for layering with this jacket: Sabre SV, Atom LT, Phase AR. For bottom: Stingray, Phase AR. Would this work for most conditions? Or would the Phase SV work better? It never gets ridiculously cold here so I don't want to be over heating if I went with the Phase SV.

                          Best Answer

                          Depending on where "here" is this sounds like a super versatile kit. I've been rolling nearly this exact same combo. Just skied Jackson Hole with this and it worked great. I was on the edge of comfy at the end of the day in the shadows and the temps were about 10F with a bit of wind.

                          How warm would the Hyllus hooded fleece...

                          How warm would the Hyllus hooded fleece and this sabre sv be? Would I need an extra layer for really cold temps?

                          trying to decide between carbon or quail...

                          trying to decide between carbon or quail grey. is the grey dark enough to not get dirty looking?

                          I bought the Jacket via amazon. Actually...

                          I bought the Jacket via amazon.
                          Actually I am looking for Jacket to keep me warm in winter.
                          it is maximum around -15 c. Is this jacket ok??

                          Layer depending on conditions and activities. This isn't a super warm jacket by itself, but it is very versatile if you have a couple options to wear under. Do yourself a favor and buy an Atom LT on Backcountry.com to pair with this and you'll be comfy in a huge range of conditions and activities.