Whether you work in Chicago, New York City, or Munich, you need a warm and sleek winter jacket that doesn't make you look like a brick wall or an overstuffed tire. The Arc'teryx Men's Therme Parka is a refined piece of urban outwear with the warmth-preserving intelligence you expect from a company known for extreme-weather gear. A combination of down and synthetic insulation work in harmony, keeping you warm without bulking you up, and the Gore-Tex and fully taped seams guarantee you won't arrive to work a rain-drenched, sweat-laden mess.
Coreloft insulation fills out areas commonly exposed to moisture: hood, hem, collar, upper sleeves and underarms. High-loft 750-fill European goose down cuddles your core and along your arms. Regardless of the conditions outside, inside the Therme you stay warm and dry. Fully taped seams eliminate micro openings for water to sneak in, while a DWR finish helps water bead up on the fabric surface. The tall collar and adjustable, insulated hood make it easy for you to limit skin exposure when wind chills dip below zero. No-lift underarm gussets mean you can reach up when you're on the subway and not share your latest adventures in man-scaping with the entire train. The hand pockets are insulated to protect your paws if you left your gloves at the office.
- Dependable winter warmth for everyday life in the city
- Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex and fully taped seams
- 750-fill European goose down insulation offers compressible warmth
- Water-resistant Coreloft insulation in areas prone to moisture
- No-lift underarm gussets keep torso in place when moving arms
- Insulated hood with laminated brim protects from sleet and snow
- Relaxed fit accommodates bulky midlayers and falls mid-thigh
- Item #ARC3693
What do you think about this product?
February 7, 2020
Great jacket, when you need it
This is a great, very warm jacket. I live in Jackson Hole, WY, and I've never been cold when wearing this jacket (long exposure in temps down to -20 F). The only downsides I've identified: (1)The sleeves are a touch long (common for Arcteryx), which can cause the sleeve to bunch. (2) The extreme warmth comes at a cost: The jacket is slightly bulky/cumbersome and does not pack down very small. In all, if you're looking for warmth in extreme cold, this jacket is great, but if you're looking for something to wear in 20F degrees or above, I'd go with a more simple and compressible down jacket.
January 3, 2020
gray is purple
Love this coat, but color didn't work. Inside it looks slate blue-gray, but in most lights outside it looks purple.
December 25, 2018
This is a good looking jacket. I got this as a gift and it seems to be a hit! The fabric looks pretty sturdy and it has a nice, casual style while still being able to handle some outdoor hikes.
December 2, 2019
What color does Whiskey Jack resemble most? Is it gray? The name suggests it would be some shade of brown. Thanks
March 6, 2018
Arc'teryx Therme Parka
April 6, 2018
My issue is with a similar jacket that I purchased from Backcountry 3 seasons ago. The Arc'teryx model CA#34438. The front zipper (plastic) now does not secure and splits open. I'm astounded that a $700 high end jacket has such cheap crappy zippers.
December 18, 2017
Wet neck, extremely big hood
I've just received the parka. As it was snowing outside I decided to try the jacket in action. It is nice and warm - the fabric protects from snow well. Armpits do the magic, it's comfortable to lift arms up, really nice to put my backpack on. The real problems started when it turned windy. Because of its construction the collar (or the bottom part of the hood) worked as a scoop and let all the snow and wind in just to the neck. So the collar doesn't hug your neck nicely, it's on the opposite - it's so roomy as if you were wearing your sweater with a cone collar that spoons the snow. This is so disappointing. I see this construction elemen is typical for the firm's gear so as this has been my first time I get my hand on their product, now I'm hesitating as to should I proceed with the firm or not. The way around the collar problem might be wearing a big scarf but it is, again, going to get wet quickly. So overall up until the collar is 5 stars but the hood is a real deal breaker. If you, design guys, read this - you have to do smth about it.
December 4, 2017
Collar and hood issues
Great looking and feels great when you put it on. The trouble, for me, was that I couldnât get the collar in a comfortable configuration. The hood is huge. Not sure the intention behind that. Even in Chicago we donât wear helmets walking around the city.
December 4, 2017
thanks for the feedback Danny!
November 8, 2017
This is a great coat. It's plenty warm for Boston winters, and the Gore-Tex lining keeps me dry when we get mixed precipitation. My only complaint is that the sleeves are a bit long. This wouldn't be a problem if there was some sort of adjustment on them to tighten them around my wrist. Overall, though, I'm really happy with this coat.
December 13, 2016
not very warm
I was hoping this could be a stylish, warm jacket to use for Chicago winters. I tried it out on a day that was around 32F and felt chilly.
November 6, 2013
Arc'teryx Therme Parka - Men's
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November 13, 2016
compared with arcteryx fission sl, which one is warmer? thank you.
November 16, 2016
YUHUI XU W. - For casual use, I would think the Therme would be warmer, as it's down insulated vs synthetic. But, if you're planning to do activities in it, I would get the Fission SL for it's cut, features and the Thermatek insulation will better maintain its warmth if it comes in contact with moisture. Hope this helps.
December 2, 2014
What is the center back length of a medium?
December 2, 2014