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Arc'teryx Fission SV Insulated Jacket - Men's

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    Warm, durable, and ready for action on the slopes.

    You never miss a ski day regardless of the conditions, and the Arc'teryx Men's Fission SV Insulated Jacket is the reason why. A Gore-Tex membrane, fully taped seams, and WaterTight external zippers keep you dry in the wettest weather, and Arc'teryx added Gore-Tex Pro reinforcements in high-wear areas for durability. Coreloft insulation brings the warmth without the weight, and it leaves the jacket with exceptional breathability so you stay comfortable during intense ski sessions.

    An expedition fit with e3D patterning leaves plenty of room for layering without restricting your movement, and a longer length covers your butt when you're sitting on a snow-covered chairlift. Articulated elbows give the freedom of movement you need when you ski through trees. The insulated DropHood rotates with your head for total visibility, and adjustable cuffs and hem seal out the cold.

    • Warm, waterproof jacket for skiing or other alpine adventures
    • Gore-Tex fabric for exceptional waterproofing and breathability
    • Coreloft insulation adds warmth and breathes well
    • e3D patterning allows better mobility while skiing
    • Gore Seam tape prevents moisture from seeping in
    • Adjustable hem seals out cold and snow
    • Water-resistant pocket zippers prevent gear from getting wet
    • Item #ARC00P9

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Gore-Tex (2-layer)
    Insulation
    Coreloft (synthetic)
    Seams
    fully sealed
    Fit
    XPD Expedition
    Center Back Length
    31.8in
    Hood
    insulated DropHood
    Pockets
    2 hand zip, 2 external chest zip, 1 internal chest zip, 1 internal mesh dump
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 15.4oz
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain riding, all-mountain skiing, backcountry riding, backcountry skiing, casual, freeride/powder riding, freeride/powder skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    The top 3 Arcteryx cold weather jackets?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 197lbs

    Unusual review for me. I was looking for the warmest jacket I could find with literally some of the best cold weather climbing jackets hanging in my gear room now. That included both the Arcteryx Kappa and a Fission SL. The list got one more this winter with the Fission SV. I ordered up new versions of each from BC. Tried them all on and kept the SV. The others went back...nothing new theere from what I already had. A life style new to me, but for the last 6 months I've been getting up just prior to dawn, rain, shine or snow to feed livestock for the last 6 months. One of the coldest winters on record here. The Kappa, a trusted friend for winter climbing in the Alps and Canada wasn't warm enough. The Fission SL, the "go to" hard core winter climbing coat, wasn't up to the task when the wind started blowing @ -25F. Mind you both Arcteryx jackets really good cold weather pieces! But this is an honest comparison made by wearing all three day after day of multiple sub zero weeks this winter. The SV is slightly longer, sheds wind much better than the other two and because of both the length and wind resistance, it is noticeably warmer. The double chest pockets are handier if required. I now know why you see this jacket on a lot of full time ski instructors in the Rocky Mtn States. Not seen a warmer jacket that can take a real beating (day in and day out on the ski hill or in the barn) and still do the job just as well at the end of the Season as the beginning. If you really need a cold weather jacket the SV is worth the extra price compared to the Kappa for warmth IMO. Although feature to feature the Kappa is a better buy if it is warm enough for you. The Fission SL is a great climbing jacket for warmth and weight. But I find it hard to justify the price when compared to the other two. For a climbing parka and really cold dry occasions (think of missing the Tram mid winter on the Midi) my impression is you can do better for warmth and weight (short of snow cave living) by going to one of the better down jackets intended for the same use. Still not a big fan of the SV's style but it is now the only COLD WEATHER jacket I have hanging in our mud room getting daily use. And it is THE jacket I grab when I want to be warm and protected from the weather/elements on foot, on a horse or on a 4x4. Given the choices I have available that is saying a lot. It is still not the jacket I would take climbing. It is too heavy and not cut for climbing. Kappa and SL are light and cut to climb in. But the Fission SV is the one jacket I wish I had when I really need a warm jacket. Simply because it is the warmest most weather resistant synthetic I own.

    This Jacket is Very Warm

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    This jacket is super warm and the fit is great. I'm 5'10, 175, and I went with a large. There's really not room for more than a cotton hoodie or a baselayer under it, as it's already super insulated. I wish it was slightly longer, but I don't ski in it so it serves it's purpose just fine.

    Just got it - and love it!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 155lbs

    I only just picked this up as last minute as the storms started picking up. Right from the box you can tell its quality with a nice goretex shell and great insulation on the inside. A nice high collar and big hood make for great skiing options when it's really coming down! Pocket placement is perfect, with two on the chest, to hand pockets, and then two mesh liners on the inside of the jacket. Definitely worth the buy!

    Great winter coat

      This thing is exactly what I was looking for in a winter jacket for all around wear. I am a large in all Arc stuff, and this fits somewhere between their tight alpine stuff and the relaxed ski stuff. I couldn't go bigger or smaller than my normal size large. Very warm insulation, and the pocket placement is great. Collar is super tall, and insulated hood is the tits. Got it on sale, so I feel like it more than replaced my worn out patagonia insulated torrentshell (especially at full price vs sale Arc). Definitely a piece I will own for a while, and worth the small up charge I had to pay vs a new patagonia which isn't even gore tex.

      Daily Driver

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 6'0"
      • Weight: 185lbs

      I purchased this jacket to replace my old daily use jacket. I wanted a jacket for all occasions and looked EVERYWHERE. I made amends with the price and went for it. The jacket (size large) came in the mail and fit very loosely. I am 6 foot 185 athletic build. I returned it for a medium and it fits perfectly. I do not like to layer no matter the weather I always wear just a short sleeve under my coat. I just got back from a trip 8K+ elevation, heavy snow storm, below 0° f with wind chill, major winds. This coat slayed it (no layering as usual). This coat is thigh length so be prepared for it to be LONG (covers your butt). The inner dump pockets are super handy for gloves and goggles. The hood is a god-send, I don't know how they pulled it off but this thing is the swiss army knife of hoods. I rarely wore the one on my old jacket since it was very restricting . If you are wearing a helmet that is no problem, it covers a helmet and you can swivel your head like an owl with no vision restriction. No helmet, you cinch the quick pull tabs that are VERY glove friendly and you are off to the races. The hand pockets are lightly insulated and lined with the super soft fleece like material. The articulating elbows work extremely well and this thing moves effortlessly, it is easy to forget you are wearing a bombproof & extreme jacket since it is so maneuverable. I have no complaints and have worn this every day since I bought it. If I am powder skiing or just walking around town, this jacket does it for me.

      Daily Driver

      Incredible winter jacket

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

      As warm as any jacket out there, yet not overly bulky like many of the parkas you see on the market. Gray and red versions look outdoorsy, but I ordered the black which can be safely worn into the office while still looking professional. Lightweight, easy to pack, good for outdoor activities, and stylish. A+ jacket

      My "Go-To" Jacket when it's 40 Below

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Large
      • Height: 6'3"
      • Weight: 190lbs

      I won't lie, I was hesitant to drop this much money at first. But if my other two pieces of Arc'Teryx gear (Rush and Atom AR) were any indication, it would be worth the investment. And boy was I right. On days when it's 40˚ below zero, and there's a 25mph wind tearing away at my face, this jacket works like a charm. With nothing but a t-shirt and a light (LIGHT) fleece underneath, this jacket has no problems standing up to that kind of weather. The hand-warmer pockets keep my hands toasty, the hood is absolutely wonderful and adjusts to every inch of my head, and the cinch-waist and hem are killer details that keep the wind from sneaking up through any gaps. This jacket is going into it's second winter and it shows absolutely no signs of wear––can't recommend it enough.
      (It got down to 60˚ below zero one day, and I threw the Arc'Teryx Atom AR underneath it. Not only did it fit perfectly, but I was actually starting to feel a bit too warm after a while.)

      What more do you need?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Large
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 170lbs

      This is my favorite jacket of all time. I am the type of guy that gets cold - especially in the Midwest winters. To find a jacket that I really do not have to layer in - that keeps me unbelievably warm - is quite impressive. I like to test the Fission SV when it is cold and windy, I put on just a short sleeve t-shirt under the jacket and take the dogs for a walk. Please note that I am not climbing mountains or doing heli-skiing in this coat. I use this to just walk around the city. It has a tough outer shell and a soft warm interior. The hood is substantial and it a bit large for my noggin' and ski hat. But the sleeve length, skirt length and mobility offered is primo given the amount of toasty warmth this jacket provides. This is my hardcore winter coat - for the rest of my life. Seriously...

      Great Winter Ski Piece

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Large
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 190lbs

      I purchased this coat in November at the start of the winter season. I had heard really good things about Arc'teryx from a friend, and this coat seemed absolutely perfect; as the winter has passed, I have found that this an absolutely awesome jacket.

      I live near Boston, and this has been one of the coldest and snowiest winters on record. In every condition, the piece has performed performed great. Skiing in NH in January on one of the coldest days of the year posed no problem. The jacket's pretty light for its warmth and toughness, and I skied in it great. I usually get quite warm and sweat easily, but I wore a thin base layer and light fleece underneath anyway; even so, I skied for seven hours that day with temperatures below freezing and had a great time. I felt comfortable all day.

      I've also had lots of fun skiing on an awesome 3 ft pow day and sledding on a day off from school. The jacket's hem/hood cords and cuffs hold great, and the fantastic DWR and Gore-Tex kept me dry; I didn't have any snow inside the jacket after a few hours of sledding. The jacket was warm and comfortable, and the material was breathable enough that I felt warm but not hot.

      With regard to the fit, I'm 5'10", 190 lb with wide shoulders, and I often wear a large. The jacket's long but very manageable, and it's actually helpful to have more coverage when skiing. The jacket definitely doesn't feel cumbersome, and its lack of weight makes it very easy to handle. I also wear the jacket to school pretty often, and it looks great and keeps me warm. It's definitely quite warm, and I wouldn't recommend it for forty-degree days, but it's a tough coat for a cold day in the snow. I couldn't have asked for a better jacket, and I'll be using it for several years to come.

      Solid Winter Piece

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

      From using this jacket for deer hunting, nordic skiing, snow shoeing and just going around town, I have been impressed. Although much more on the pricey side, its very warm and well suited to almost any active to semi active activity in temps down to -25C. Also great waterproof and wind stopping abilities. Would recommend to anyone looking for a good all around winter piece. I'm 5 10 and 190 pounds with a wider chest and the medium fits great, with some space to layer