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    A tenacious, every day coat.

    Whoever said that your every day outerwear can't withstand the same, demanding standards as your performance gear needs to take a hike or try the Arc'teryx Women's Nuri Down Coat on for size. Not only is this stylish, long coat equipped to handle cold winter days in the city, but it's also designed and built to the same specifications as Arc'teryx's performance gear.

    The Nuri's Down Composite Mapping supplements the 750-fill European goose down with synthetic insulation in moisture-heavy areas, which gives you the best of both worlds in terms of insulated performance. The lightweight, ripstop nylon Teprine shell sheds moisture, while the refined quilting offers a fashionable and flattering silhouette. Articulated sleeves and gusseted underarms provide comfortable mobility, and when the weather gets real nasty, pull up the down-filled hood and use the internal adjusters to ensure a personalized fit.

    • Lightweight, yet warm down coat with distinct, urban style
    • Water-repellent Teprine ripstop fabric provides protection
    • Regular fit offers flattering silhouette with room for layers
    • Down Composite Mapping uses 750-fill down and synthetic fill
    • Articulated sleeves and gusseted underarms assure mobility
    • Lined, hand pockets with hidden zippers stash essentials
    • Down-filled hood has internal adjusters for customization
    • Item #ARC00K4

    Tech Specs

    Teprine (100% nylon)
    750-fill European goose down, Coreloft (100g/140g)
    Center Back Length
    2 zippered hand
    Claimed Weight
    15 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Really Cute and Very Slim

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 5'4"
    • Weight: 145lbs

    This coat is a slim fit. However even tho I ordered the next bigger size, it was still too tight for me. The sleeves were also too long. I am 5’4” and I do have shorter arms.
    I really like the stitching design. The fabric does have a very shiny look so you have to like that style but you will love the very light weight of the jacket.

    Flattering Fit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Height: 5'4"
    • Weight: 115lbs

    This is my go to jacket for those cold winter days. I love how light wight it is and the fit is very flattering. I typically wear an XS but sized up for a more comfortable fit when wearing chunky sweaters.

    Lightweight, warm and a great fit!

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

    I love this jacket! I purchased the Arc'teryx Yerba Coat last fall and loved how it fit, so the Nuri was a great addition to have a similar fitting, but long down jacket with a hood. This jacket fits so well, it is not bulky in the shoulders, it is slimming on the waist line and the length is great hitting mid-thigh. Previous down jackets that I have had are way too long (I am 5'3"), but the Nuri is the perfect mid-thigh length. I also love all of the neutral, yet unique colors that this jacket comes in! I purchased it in Banyen and love it. The image doesn't do the deep-forest green justice! Another great feature is the double-zipper that allows you to unzip from the bottom for more comfort and mobility if you are sitting or squatting down. And lastly, it is so lightweight and packable! A major plus, because some down jackets can be pretty bulky.

    form fitting

      Bought a small for my daughter (5' 2" and 110 lbs). It has kept her warm through the winter season, she likes that it is form fitting, light weight, and able to layer a light weight sweater underneath.

      Arc'teryx delivers!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Small
      • Height: 5'5"
      • Weight: 135lbs

      I saw this coat on a friend and determined it was one of the most flattering thigh length coats. The colors are really beautiful; although I purchased the black. The "trash bag" look isn't a good description; it is what you expect. There's nothing matte about the finish but it's not as shiny as some i've seen.

      I'm 5'5" 135lbs. i'm a 36B with an athletic build. I usually order a small outer layer and small ski pant from Arc'teryx paired with size medium mid layers and base layers. I was going back and forth between a small and medium in this particular style for a while. I fit into a small but it was pretty tight across the shoulders and chest, even my ribcage. The medium seemed to be too wide, although if I wanted to layer underneath this coat I would need a medium, definitely. I ended up purchasing a small with the thought that I would not need to have even a light sweater on; I was wrong. The coat is very form fitting and very slimming for being a down coat. It's warm enough for my use which is commuting and "around town" but if I needed to be able to layer underneath, it would be too snug. The sleeves for the small were the right length. In retrospect I might have tried medium on again with a sweater... Either way I have worn the Nuri coat most days this winter. It's formed a bit to my figure as well, just perfectly.

      Arcteryx Nuri Down Coat

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small
      • Height: 5'4"
      • Weight: 115lbs

      This coat runs true to size. It is lightweight, warm and features no weird shiny trashbagesk fabric like other companies. I bought this for my wife and she found that the length was not flattering on her due to my size but she never purchased a long down coat before so that is all purchasers error. The only thing that stood out to her was that the arms seemed to have been much bigger than necessary in the bicep but maybe thats to account for an extra layer. She thought that the quality and craftsmanship was unbeatable and was sad to return but just need a different coat thats 4 inches shorter.

      Finally found the ideal travel down coat

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: xs
      • Height: 5'3"
      • Weight: 110lbs

      Was on the hunt for a lightweight but warm down coat for traveling. Ordered the Mtn Hardwear Nitrous, LL Bean 850 and this one. For overall stylishness, fit, packability and adequate warmth, I ended up keeping this one (despite the hefty price tag). The Nitrous was almost as stylish but not as well insulated in the arms (& my friend said that the shoulders on that one looked too puffy). The LL Bean was the warmest but had no hood, was more boxy in cut around the torso (less fashionable) & the heaviest of these lightweight jackets. I'm 5'3", 110-113lbs, 34A, waist 25". The Nuri was nicely fitted in the torso to the point of being comfortably snug (though still fine with a sweater underneath). I think for someone slightly more buxom, the S might work better b/c of this mid-body snugness. Hit around 3" above the knee w/ a slight flare @ the hips. Though there's no stow sack, I found that I could easily fold in the sleeves, roll up the jacket from the hem, tuck it into its hood & have a neat, small package that I could stuff in my tote bag. The marine is a deep teal (green/blue) w a pretty sheen. Service was great (ordered on-line late Tuesday night & received in NYC by 6 pm Friday) via regular UPS ground. 20% discount coupon helped with the price. Though I have yet to wear it in colder weather (did wear it just wearing a tank top in 50 degree weather & felt quite warm), I was swayed by a previous reviewer's comment that it kept her warm even in MN.

      From Miami,Fl to the Upper Peninsula, MI

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small
      • Height: 5'2"
      • Weight: 130lbs

      Coming from Miami, Fl. where winter temperatures "drop" to the low 50s, I was scared of what single digit winters were going to be like and I needed something to really keep me warm.
      This coat did the job. I was able to step outside during snow falls and cold winds and couldn't have been happier to be snuggled up in this coat.
      A HUGE plus is its fit as it contours to the female anatomy allowing you to look feminine while wearing a winter coat. I wore it with a thin cardigan underneath and did not find the need for more layers. If you are "naturally" warm, this coat might be too warm for you.
      This is a great everyday coat. However, I wouldn't recommended for outdoorsy adventures because its just too nice.
      I will be using this coat for years to come.

      purchased as a gift

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 5'5"
      • Weight: 124lbs

      and although it was 2 day shipping it had not arrived by 7:45pm on business day 2 so I had to run out and purchase a different gift. It arrived about 8:30pm too late on gift giving day so I returned it. It was tried on by the gift recipient and fit well and was very nice fitting on a female figure. Purchased the M as reading reviews seemed to be a bit small and it fit well in a Medium on a 5'5" 124 LB young woman. She elected to keep her replacement gift as I thought this would not come hence running to get another down jacket. This was only due to the color which was the greenish tone. I could have easily returned the replacement NF jacket, but given the color only it went back.

      Too teeny, needs more pockets.

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Small
      • Height: 5'4"
      • Weight: 125lbs

      I am 5'4", 125, 34B (on a good day) with a muscular build and I could barely get the small zipped over a mid-weight sweater. Lifting my arms was another story - I would certainly have eventually ripped the armpits of this coat. Also, I have no hips and this is cut w/ hips so I looked a little like Mrs. Pots.

      The shale color was great - more brown that gold, but I loved it. The construction seemed pretty solid, however, no internal pockets was a HUGE bummer. When walking the dog or tootling around the city sans-handbag, only having 2 pockets is limiting.

      I'm giving it 4 stars bc of the pocket situation. Can't speak much for the warmth of it - but for what it's worth, I stood on my balcony for 5 minutes in 20 degree weather and didn't shiver.

      On to the next!

      Nicely tailored down jacket.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size

      My wife wanted the perfect down jacket and we tried six different ones to find just the right one.

      My wife is 5'6" and normally wears a 12-14; the XL fit perfectly.

      The jacket has a very feminine cut, with pronounced taper at the waist and a bell at the hip--a very flattering cut. The fabrics are typical Arcteryx top-notch quality. The jacket is also relatively warm and reasonably windproof. The hood is also a very nice cut for casual use, with or without a hat.

      The downsides? The sleeves terminate with just the down--no cuff, no velcro, no wrist gaiter. That lets the cold in.

      That's about it for downsides.

      As far as warmth goes, this is a mid-level down jacket. There are many jackets in this realm, including the common North Face puffs and others like it. This jacket is not as warm as the super-thick Canada Goose jackets, nor as warm as something like the Arcteryx Ceres. But much of the time, those jackets would be overkill for casual use.

      If you're cross shopping this against something like the North Face puffies (my wife had one that we were working to replace), the Arcteryx has a far better fit and cut, and higher quality fabrics that lock in the down. If you're looking for that warm down jacket and don't need expedition grade warmth, look no further.

      Super Light and Great Look

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size

      I live in MN. I am 5'2", 32C bra and 100 lbs and I get cold fast. Wore it walking 45 min in 1 degree / -10 windchill with nothing but a light turtleneck and wasn't cold at all. I bought a North Face Metropolitan to compare it to, and I feel about the same warmth (after testing them both in the same weather/time outside).

      It's rather tightly fitted so not great for big busted gals or if you want to wear big bulky clothes under it.

      Unlike the Metro, the Nuri's design is stripped down with no way to adjust the hood, no inside chest pocket and no snap panel over the zipper. That said, the hood fits well and my face is protected w/o wearing a scarf as it comes up over the chin when zipped all the way up. You can see why there's no chest pocket because the material is so light it would pull down if there were a pocket and you put, say, a phone or wallet in it. The zippers are very high quality and the material is really windproof. I tried blowing air through the material and zipper areas and it doesn't seem to need the snap panel. I am not sure it will handle the worst of MN weather but for everyday running around, it's amazing.

      Fit: I got a small and it has enough room for a big sweater. My down vest works over it.

      good, not great

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

      Warmer / more down than e.g. Mt hardware ghost. Strong bell-shape through ass so lose warmth; no elastic at wrists, lose warmth there. (surprising as Arcteryx is usually FAB at such details.) two inches too long at thigh, so binds at full stride. S is too big, XS is marginal. A bit high-waisted on me in XS and tight through the ribs, i'm long in the torso. Small can be tucked in with a little tailoring (tighten from waist down at side seams) and run elastic through wrist-lining etc) but not sure yet if it's worth it. 5'8" 117lbs, active user.

      ps has odd chemical smell, seems to be lessening & i assume it will dissipate