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Arc'teryx Sabre AR Jacket - Men's

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Sabre AR Jacket

The Arc'teryx Sabre AR Jacket is designed to tackle everything from big mountain lines on powder days to fresh groomers on crisp mornings. Its Gore-Tex, fully seam-sealed construction keeps you protected from moisture while remaining highly breathable to keep you comfortable when you're working your way down a technical descent. Plus, it's constructed with a flannel backer to add light warmth when you're gliding across fresh corduroy on cold storm days.

  • Big mountain ski and snowboard jacket for comfort on the slopes
  • Durable face fabric holds up to the rigors of days on the mountain
  • Gore-Tex membrane delivers breathable and waterproof performance
  • Flannel backer provides light warmth on colder storm days
  • Helmet-compatible hood offers added protection from the elements
  • Underarm zippers allow efficient heat dumps for lapping powder runs
  • Integrated powder skirt attaches to compatible pants to block snow
  • Arc'teryx designs its products with a less is more philosophy
  • Item #ARC00YY

Material
[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex (3-layer), [face fabric] N70p (70D nylon)
Insulation
flannel backer
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
regular
Length
hip
Center Back Length
31in
Hood
fixed, adjustable
Pockets
[external] 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered sleeve, [internal] 1 drop-in, 1 zippered
Venting
underarm zips
Powder Skirt
integrated, gripper elastic, Slide 'n Loc attachment points
Claimed Weight
1lb 8.7oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 2

Not fitted; wears like a box

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
L
Height
5` 11"
Weight
200 lbs

I'm not big, I'm not small; I'm a former athlete with a broad chest and thinner waist. I was looking for a shell that wasn't too big, but didn't slim fit like some bad euro-joke. I've heard great things about Arcteryx from friends, and really liked how they seemed to fit. I just received the Sabre AR in the mail—frankly, the large was an absolute monster; sleeves a good 4 inches longer than my arms, and the waist at hip was 4-5 inches wider than I am. I understand that base/mid-layers need to be accounted for, but this thing could fit another insulated jacket underneath it, with room to spare. The rating in no way reflects the quality; I'm sure it's quite high. I just was expecting something that didn't wear like a trash bag.

>Rating: 5

Best Ski Jacket I've Ever Owned

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 10"
Weight
185 lbs

I've gone back and forth between insulated ski jackets and shells, enjoyed both, but I've finally decided that I like the layering ability a shell provides. This jacket is hands down the best I've ever owned. The attention to detail is amazing, which shouldn't come as a surprise given it's Arc'teryx (and the price). The jacket fits slim through the torso, with enough room to layer even in very cold weather (baselayer, fleece, light down jacket), but doesn't look goofy when you're wearing it as just a shell. A bonus for a light flannel layer on the inside of the torso which makes it softer and helps with the insulation. The jacket is nice and long (and slightly longer in the back) helping to keep snow out of the jacket and pants during powder days. The sleeves have plenty of room so range of motion isn't affected when fully layered up, and they are nice and long to get well past the cuffs of my mittens. Being a ski jacket, it has all of the typical features: powder skirt, loops that hook to the matching pants, metal bar in the sleeve, plenty of pockets inside and out and a well designed hood that can fit over a helmet. I got the Yugen color which is modern and just enough of a pop of color without being overstimulating. I was surprised that I was a medium according to the sizing chart, but it fits perfect.

>Rating: 5

Protection in All conditions

Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 11"
Weight
180 lbs

The first thing I noticed with the Sabre AR is that it is not like most other winter shells. Besides Arc'teryx superb build quality I noticed that this jacket felt heavier than a traditional shell. When throwing this jacket on it feels solid like it could take an endless number of seasons without ever being worn out. The backing of the shell is lined with a thin fleece that adds some insulation to the jacket. I was instantly impressed with the performance and fit of the jacket. The Gore-Tex membrane kept me from ever overheating while still keeping me dry in the gnarliest conditions. It runs a tad large fitting a little more relaxed which was perfect amount of room for fitting extra layers. I have taken this thing out in Utah blower whiteout conditions and the jacket never wetted in any spots and the hood coverage was phenomenal for keeping out snow (from the jacket not the beard) The Arcteryx Sabre AR is perfect for skiing and riding in all conditions. I would not recommend this Jacket for touring being heavy and not easily packable. This jacket will be my go-to for resort riding for some time to come!

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>Rating: 5

Super Rad Shell

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 10"
Weight
180 lbs

Really stoked on this jacket. It's been snowing like crazy here in Utah, so finally got on the Backcountry skis and went for a Halloween tour. It was 11 degrees at the start of the tour, and I run really hot, so this shell was totally perfect to keep me the perfect temperature. Once I started getting a little more toasty, I was able to open up the pit-zips and regulate my temp really well. Once it was time to transition and start heading down the mountain, It was amazing on the ski down. Completely kept out the bitter wind and kept the snow out while I was getting some October face shots. As far as fit goes, it fits kinda big, but just enough to totally layer up underneath it. Then honestly, my favorite thing about Arcteryx, is the zippers. The zippers on this thing are as smooth as butter. I cant wait to continue to put this jacket through the wringer the rest of the winter! Pray for Snow!!!

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