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Michael Baker

Michael Baker wrote an answer about on April 25, 2011

I've got the large Z35-R. I've had no trouble using it for a carry-on in the US, and SA. But I did have an airline employee tell me I'd have to check it in Peru, because supposedly the flight was full. However, when I got on the plane it was half empty. There was lots of room in the overheads. I think it just depends who you get and how full it it is.
Terrific pack.

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Michael Baker

Michael Baker wrote an answer about on September 1, 2010

I own this jacket. I am 6'5" and 205. The...

I own this jacket. I am 6'5" and 205. The XL is a little big when I am just wearing a single t-shirt or thin sweater underneath.
With a fleece or thick sweater, it's a perfect fit.
After wearing TNF and Marmot jackets previously, I can say the Theta AR is the apex of Gore-Tex shells.


Fit of Arc'teryx Theta AR, XL in front of Ausangate, Peru

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Michael Baker

Michael Baker wrote a review of on November 7, 2009

5 5

These are well-made, versatile ski pants.
I appreciate that Arc'teryx makes talls. I'm 6'5" with a size 14 foot, and I can get these on without taking off my ski boots. The side zips go up high enough, unlike THF pants I had before. This is huge for me!
I can wear these ski pants with just shorts underneath in spring conditions, or with long underwear and fleece when it's cold.
I've never been wet in them even after sitting on a soaking wet chair lift up the mountain. The powder cuff gaiters don't let any snow in over my boot tops.
They are expensive, but I got them at Backcounty's sale, which mitigated some of the ouch factor. The only negative is that I wish the pocket was larger.

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