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Arc'teryx Stingray Jacket - Men's

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    Tough Gore-Tex meets a soft interior.

    Arc'teryx used a Gore-Tex 3-layer hardshell with a soft, warm polyester backer in its Men's Stingray Jacket. The Stingray provides guaranteed waterproofing even when it's nuking at the resort and they've closed all the canyon roads. The Stingray's athletic cut includes anatomical shaping for fit, articulated patterning for mobility, and gusseted underarms for no-lift comfort.

    The Stingray also features a powder skirt and zippered underarms for quick ventilation. Its DropHood features adjustable drawcords as well as helmet compatibility, and WaterTight external zippers offer additional water-resistant protection. 

    • N70p Gore-Tex 3L
    • Athletic fit
    • Powder skirt with gripper elastic and snap closure
    • Zippered underarm vents
    • Helmet-compatible DropHood
    • Adjustable cuffs and hem
    • WaterTight external zippers
    • Hidden Recco reflector
    • Item #ARC004O

    Tech Specs

    Material
    N70p Gore-Tex 3L
    Seams
    fully taped
    Fit
    athletic
    Pockets
    2 WaterTight zippered hand, 1 WaterTight zippered sleeve, 1 internal mesh, 1 zippered internal
    Hood
    yes, helmet-compatible DropHood
    Venting
    underarm zippers
    Powder Skirt
    yes, gripper elastic, snap back
    RECCO
    yes, hidden
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 6.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Arc'teryx Stingray Jacket

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

    Looking for a athletic fit Gore-tex jacket to wear when its nuking outside? Look no further the Arc'teryx Stingray is a very solid choice! This 3L Gore-tex shell has a true to size athletic fit that looks great on the mountain. The Stingray has awesome features like watertight zippers and extensive seam taping make this jacket bombproof when snow is dumping in the mountains. I am in my second season with this jacket and have worn this jacket in whiteouts, extremely windy days, and spring days (with only a baselayer) and this 3L Gore setup has yet to fail me. The seam taping and stitching on this jacket held up to my expectations and have always sealed out the weather while keeping the jacket very durable. I personally have been hung up on quite a few tree branches when maneuvering through tight tree areas and this jacket has yet to tear, snag, or rip at a seam. Along with its bombproof construction comes awesome functionality. The Stingray has an internal chest pocket which can easily fit an iPhone or wallet and a sleeve pocket that is perfect for a season pass. I highly recommend wearing the Stingray with midlayers like the Arc'teryx Atom LT jacket and the Black Diamond Hot Forge jacket. Please feel free to reach out to me directly with any questions.

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    Athletic fit for tall guys

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

    This is an absolutely incredible jacket. The fit is phenomenal. I wanted something that would have an athletic fit, did not want a real bulky jacket and this fits the bill perfectly. The chest zippers are easily accessible while wearing a pack and are large enough that using gloves is not an issue while fishing out a cliff bar, map, radio, whatever. I usually wear a marino base, fleece vest, and nano puff under the shell and its not too tight. There have been a couple really cold days where I've added a north face soft shell underneath as well and the fit has been snug but not uncomfortable. I have a 33in waist, 41in chest and 35in sleeves. The armpit vents have a good zipper that hasn't ever snagged on me. The only downside is that the hood could be a little larger. It still fits over my helmet but doesn't come over the front, I would prefer it to be a little deeper.

    NEEDS TWO-WAY FRONT ZIPPER PULLS

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I needed to replace my old fully-featured Marmot Gore-tex jacket. The Marmot jacket had 10 pockets (Napoleon, hand-warmer, sleeve, internal), detachable hood, pit zips, powder skirt, two-way front zipper. Unfortunately, they no longer have a similar jacket.

    I bought the Stingray. It has 2 large hand warmer pockets, a sleeve pocket and 2 internal pockets. Not as convenient as my old Marmot with Napoleon pockets, but I can live with it.

    The pit zips have 2-way zipper pulls, but the front only has a one-way zipper. Since it only has a one-way zipper, I have to wear the jacket hiked up above the waist because of the small front-facing fanny pack that I wear. Although it wasn't a deal-breaker, the lack of a 2-way zipper is a disappointment.

    Regarding size: I'm 5' 6", 144 lb, 38" chest. I tried on both S and M. Both fit OK, but I chose the M because it was easier to put on with a wider chest. Sleeves are too long, but the velcro takes care of it.

    High quality jacket, but skewed priorities vis-a-vis 2-way zipper pulls.

    Bad aas jacket

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

    I love this coat. The waterproof soft shell doesn't feel like a 500 dollar wind breaker. You can wear it in a down pour hiking or on a mountain top skiing. The small amount of insulation doesn't keep you totally warm on its own however you don't stick to the jacket wearing a t shirt under it like traditional rain jackets. I wore mine spring skiing with a t shirt under it and I was completely fine, I even had to open the vents. That was on a blue bird day around 50 degrees in Lake Tahoe. I wear a Patagonia nano puff down jacket under the shell on the coldest days and it keeps me completely warm. I also don't wear under armor or long johns a casual outdoor button up and the Patagonia is all I wear. The stingray keeps the heat in 100% and the wind doesn't even reach the down jacket underneath. You get what you pay for. If you are looking for a quality jacket for realistically any outdoor activity I would recommend this stingray. Don't save 40 bucks on a cheaper coat that might be on sale somewhere. Spend the extra dollars get exactly what you want and or need so you don't have that voice in your head saying I should of got the Arcteryx. Yes they are a bit pricy but Arc is known for their shells and jackets. Again you get what you pay for there's a reason why ferraris don't go on sale. I am 5'8 200 and athletically shaped with a 44 inch chest. I wear the large and have plenty of room to layer up if I completely need to.

    Fantastic Shell

    • Fit:True to size

    Midway through my second season with this shell. It is as waterproof, windproof and comfortable as the day I bought it. I pretty much use it exclusively for alpine/tele skiing and snowshoe or Nordic on single track trails. I had initial concerns about it tearing because it feels light and soft but it is actually very tough material. I have yet to put a scratch on it.



    I am 6' 185 and the large athletic cut is perfect to accommodate layering without being baggy. I can ski in New England cold and wind (single digits) with a base layer and an Atom LT or Patagonia micropuff and stay totally warm. Breathes well in warmer weather and has huge it zips. Beads water/snow/sleet/precip. Waiting for a sale to get the matching pants. Arc'teryx makes well thought out, legit gear. Wish it was on sale more often.

    Is the diablo red on the Stingray a different color than the magma on the Sabre?
    The Stingray is made with N70P (?) and the Sabre with N80P what is the difference.
    Is the Stingray softer/ Quieter?

    Best Answer

    Bob S.,

    The Diablo Red Stingray is a little darker / deeper red than the Magma Sabre.

    N70p and N80p-X represent the denier (fineness of the yearn used) and weave type of the outer shell fabric (N70p= Nylon, 70 denier, plain weave and N80p-X= Nylon, 80 denier, plain weave XTREME).

    Basically, the Sabre with the N80p-X fabric will be more abrasion resistant and feel "rougher" than the Stingray which uses the N70p fabric, because the fabric is weaved from a slightly larger thread.

    You are correct in assuming that the Stingray is softer and "quieter", although you will still hear some of the crunchy / zippy sound associated with GORE-TEX shell fabrics with the N70p fabric.

    Unanswered Question

    Is the diablo red on the Stingray a different color than the magma on the Sabre? The Stingray is made with N70P (?) and the Sabre with N80P what is the difference. Is the Stingray softer Quieter?

    Would you say that the diablo red color has purple arc teryx embalms or is it more of a blue?

    Hey Chad,



    The Arc'teryx logo on the Stingray Jacket in Diablo Red is more purple than blue in my opinion. Check out the picture below. Feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about the Stingray or other Arc'teryx Jackets.



    Kyle

    Expert Gearhead

    klivingston@backcountry.com

    801-736-4337

    Hey Chad,

The Arc'teryx logo on the Stingray Jacket in Diablo Red is more purple than blue in my opinion. Check out the picture below. Feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about the Stingray or other Arc'teryx Jackets.

Kyle 
Expert Gearhead 
klivingston@backcountry.com 
801-736-4337