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Arc'teryx Procline Comp Jacket - Men's

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    Procline Comp Jacket

    The Procline Comp Jacket from Arc'teryx was developed for the ascents and descents of ski alpinism. Its composite construction is specialized for backcountry protection and performance. A 3-layer Gore Windstopper is utilized at the hood, front, top of the arms, and lower back for protection from wind and rain. At the under arms and center back Fortius 1.0 softshell is used for stretch and airflow for strenuous ascents.

    Aside from its construction, the Procline has additional features for top performance off the grid. Its e3D patterning and gusseted underarms ensure full freedom of motion when climbing or pole planting without the jacket raising up at all. A helmet compatible StormHood can be thrown on when the gusts pick up and the crossover chest pockets are easily accessible with a pack or harness on. When wearing a harness, HemLock inserts secure the jacket under the harness. If not needed, they are easily removable.

    • Technical jacket designed to meet the dynamic needs of ski alpinism
    • Composite Mapping Technology maximizes performance and protection
    • Gore Windstopper delivers weather protection through alpine storms
    • Fortius 1.0 softshell provides stretch and airflow on steep ascents
    • e3D patterning ensures freedom of motion during technical climbs
    • Helmet compatible StormHood offers additional protection from gusts
    • Chest pockets are easily accessible with either pack or harness on
    • Trim fit increases breathability during high output activities
    • Item #ARC00TX

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [membrane/laminate] Gore Windstopper (3-layer), [face fabric] N40p (100% nylon), DWR treatment, [under arms, core, back] Fortis 1.0 softshell
    Seams
    fully sealed
    Fit
    trim
    Length
    hip
    Center Back Length
    30.5in, drop hem
    Hood
    helmet compatible StormHood
    Pockets
    2 zippered chest, 1 zippered internal
    Claimed Weight
    14.3oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

    Tech Specs

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    Good touring and mountaineering shell

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    All in all I like this jacket a lot. Its a nice cold weather touring jacket or spring resort ski jacket.
    I've used it a few times for approaches and short mixed climbs and it preforms very nicely!!
    I was a bit let down that for a "BC ski jacket" there was no way to carry skins inside. Also the short trim fit let my mid layer jacket hang out from the bottom, creating a draft. With an avalanche beacon on there was noticeable bump and made the jacket feel a bit tight.
    I wish the Lithic Comp jacket were still available as it had none of these problems for skiing. I do really like this piece for non ski adventures or just warmer weather.
    Sizing up felt boxy and still short in length, nearly exactly like the Alpha FL

    Great

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Xl
    • Height: 6'4"
    • Weight: 200lbs

    My first Arc'terx. Wanted one for long time!
    This is the earlier version-Gore with Tricot waterproof hood, shoulders and front. I'm 6'3 and 200 and bought XL. I was concerned it would be too tight due to its "slim fit" designation. But it works well with a base layer and my Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer down ultra light hoody underneath. This is one of those jackets that just feel and look great when you put it on. Nice and long through body and arms. Stretchy due to the panels on back and under arms.
    Hood works way better than my Patagonia Refugative jacket, but that jacket has that great Goretex with the new C-Knit backer fabric. This runs true to size- the Refugative runs big. The poisidon color gets lots of compliments. Overall, a really nice piece. I think an Alpha or Beta SV might be next!

    Trim fitting backcountry jacket

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 180lbs


    All in all I like this jacket a lot. Its a nice cold weather touring jacket or spring resort ski jacket.
    I've used it a few times for approaches and short mixed climbs and it preforms very nicely!!
    The stretch is pretty awesome. While I haven't taken the jacket out in full on rain I do like the feel of the fabrics for mixed weather though I don't trust the backing to keep me dry in a full on rain.

    I was a bit let down that for a "BC ski jacket" there was no way to carry skins inside. Also the short trim fit let my mid layer jacket hang out from the bottom, creating a draft. With an avalanche beacon on there was noticeable bump and made the jacket feel a bit tight.
    I wish the Lithic Comp jacket were still available as it had none of these problems for skiing. I do really like this piece for non ski adventures or just warmer weather.
    Sizing up felt boxy and still short in length.

    My favorite jacket ever!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Since this is a bit of an abnormal product, I figure I should first explain how I use this jacket. I primarily use this jacket for alpine climbing, using it as I would a normal hardshell (i.e., my outer layer when not donning a belay jacket). I will say, I also use this jacket in day-to-day wear on rainy days in the city as a non-technical but still useful purpose.

    As much as 3-layer GORE-TEX is meant to be breathable, it also very much isn’t due to the conflict between making a fabric that has air permeability yet also blocks wind and rain from passing through. This is where the Arc’teryx Procline Comp (and other Arc’teryx Comp jackets come in). I find it allows a great deal more breathability with the added softshell panels. However, due to the location of the softshell panels, they do not have as much direct exposure to precipitation. Therefore, reducing the need for these areas to be made of a hardshell material, as these parts only need to block a limited amount of precipitation. I usually have a pack on my back, which is mostly where the softshell material of this jacket is located. The rest of the softshell material is in the armpit area of the body, which is naturally blocked from most precipitation by your shoulder and arm.

    I have yet to experience any precipitation leaking through the softshell material. I find its water repelling ability sufficient given the amount of exposure those areas have to precipitation. Additionally, the wind blocking ability of the Gore-Tex Windstopper is great! I have tested this jacket by wearing it with just a t-shirt underneath in very windy weather and I couldn't feel the wind even on my bare skin, making it appear as if the wind will not penetrate the jacket at all. This is crucial when dealing with the extreme wind often faced in big mountain environments. This makes the jacket a clear winner to me. Arc’teryx has come up with an innovative way of adding breathability without really sacrificing on the water repelling front. It combines the best of both worlds (hardshell and softshells) in a logical and practical way, and it is decently lightweight to boot.