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Arc'teryx Beta SL Hybrid Jacket - Women's


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    Ultra-packable protection.

    Designed with minimal bulk in mind, the Arc'teryx Women's Beta SL Hybrid Jacket lends itself to lightweight backpacking, backcountry tours, and climbing trips where saving pack space is essential. Two different fabrics maximize protection from the elements while maintaining durability and lightweight efficiency. Functional details, including a helmet-compatible StormHood, laminated DryCuffs, and WaterTight zippers, seal out the elements without weighing you down.

    Responsible for its lightweight feel, Gore-Tex 2-layer Paclite construction repels oncoming rain and snow while minimizing bulk in your pack. It's reinforced with stronger Gore-Tex 3-layer construction along high-wear areas, meaning it'll withstand the abuse of strenuous outdoor activities. Another big upgrade, the Gore-Tex C-Knit backer maintains an ultra-supple feel while improving the jacket's overall breathability. Ultimately, this combination of two different Gore-Tex fabrics keeps you blissfully dry during inclement conditions—all without the heft and crinkly feel of standard Gore-Tex jackets.

    • Protection from the elements without the bulkiness
    • Gore-Tex Paclite provides low-bulk waterproofing
    • Gore-Tex 3-layer reinforces high-wear zones
    • Gore C-Knit backer maintains a supple feel
    • WaterTight zips prevent moisture intrusion
    • Laminated DryCuffs keep the elements out
    • Streamlined, helmet-compatible StormHood
    • Arc'teryx emphasizes performance with function-first philosophy
    • Item #ARC00LX

    Tech Specs

    [membrane] Gore-Tex PacLite (2-layer), Gore-Tex (3-layer) w/C-Knit backer, [face fabric] nylon mini ripstop (40D), plain weave (40D), DWR finish
    fully sealed
    trim with e3D (low volume w/ergonomic 3D patterning)
    Center Back Length
    27.7 in
    yes, helmet-compatible StormHood
    2 WaterTight zippered hand
    Claimed Weight
    11.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring, backpacking, hiking & camping, climbing
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    great jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Xs
    • Height: 5'2"
    • Weight: 100lbs

    This is my first arc'teryx goretex jacket and i love it. I got the mystic blue XS with the 30% off discount.
    I am 5 feet 2 petite size and weight about 100lbs. This jacket is slim fit when using alone in windy weather, yet there is room to fit a thin down jacket inside as middle layer if the weather goes colder like below 0 degree Celsius.
    The length of torso is great, it covers my waist well and sits nicely around upper butt and makes me look great in ratio.
    I used it under snow on a trip and it keeps me completely dry. It is also very wind-proof.
    I can feel there is different texture on shoulder compared with the sleeves or bust, but no matter what it keeps me dry. The material is softer than I expected but it can do alll the things. Amazing!

    The only complaint is the Velcro on sleeve opening is quite hard on the hook side. It is really hard that it hurts my finger tip when tearing it. But I think this Velcro gonna be very tough and hold like forever.

    Stoked to try it!

      Oft this jacket with the 30% off coupon (thanks Backcountry!) because I needed a new shell. I haven’t used it yet but excited to try it out. The fit is typical Arcteryx, which is to say slimmer in the torso than brands like Patagonia. I’m in between a small and a medium and sized up to a medium which fits perfectly with room for maybe a thin puffy layer. Only complaint is that the sleeves are bordering on too long, but maybe I have abnormally short arms? Who knows.

      My New Favorite!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Right after I purchased this all the rain from the remnants of hurricane harvey hit, it was PERFECT. Kept me dry working outside and is so comfortable.

      Great Jacket for Most Activities

        If you want to stay dry, look no further. This jacket is extremely lightweight, but extraordinarily effective. It is form fitting and not bulky at all, but I was still able to fit a t-shirt, flannel and Atom SL underneath with no problem. I also have a Beta AR, which is an equally good jacket but this is definitely lighter and not as stiff- it makes less of that typical “swoosh”rain jacket sound when you move. Definitely a worthwhile investment to your gear closet.

        love it

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

        "Arc'treyx Beta SL Hybrid jacket has been the perfect coat for backcountry ski touring because it's lightweight, has waterproof zippers, dry cuffs around the wrists and underarm vents. The jackets material Gore-Tex 2-layer Paclite protects me from wind and snow but still remains breathable and durable. I like the design and look of the coat and the size charting is true to size. Because of the Arc'treyx quality and construction I know I will be able to rip around the ski resorts and tour in the Wasatch mountains for years to come."