Brisk breeze be gone.
Pull the Arc'teryx Men's Nodin Jacket out of your backpack when winds threaten to blow you off the trail. This light windshell is so compact that it stows inside its own pocket so you can take it wherever you trek, and Arc'teryx added a DWR finish to protect you from any incoming rainfall that the brisk breeze might bring. The StowHood stays secure in strong winds, and the hem drawcord assures a snug fit while you battle the winds.
- Lightweight windshell for trekking in inclement weather
- DWR finish repels moisture and light rainfall
- Snug-fitting StowHood stays secure in strong winds
- Jacket stows in one of the pockets
- Item #ARC00MV
- Q & A
Regular trim fit vs. Atom SL hooded
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 160lbs
If you are familiar with Arc’teryx clothing you know they are typically slim fitting. The Nodin is more of a regular trim fit especially compared to the Atom SL hooded insulated jacket. My chest is 39”, waist 30” with a short torso, and arms are 13” at its thickest regular length. I typically wear size medium in most of my clothing as long as it’s regular fitting. The Nodin is perfectly shaped to my body. A true Medium jacket. The cuffs are elastic but not tight. The hood does store into the collar with an elastic face similar to the cuffs. This jacket does wrinkle easily. Upon receiving my jacket, the fold marks were apparent. After a quick wash and line dry the wrinkles went away. This is a thin shell jacket that would best apply to windy conditions over a soft fleece layer for added warmth. The zippers are nice and tough. This is a quality jacket, but I feel the price is much too high. I do like it’s versatility tho as it can be worn in the outdoors or casually with jeans. I would only recommend if you can justify the cost by wearing it frequently.
Arc'teryx - Men's Nodin Jacket
Ultralight, easily packed hooded wind protection for backcountry travel.