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Arc'teryx Lorum Full-Zip Hoodie - Men's


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    5 Reviews


    Never underestimate your midlayer.

    The Arc'teryx Men's Lorum Full-Zip Hoodie is a technical layer that's designed to fit comfortably under a shell when you're skiing in the resort on a cold storm day or be worn on its own when you're getting an early start on the skintrack during a cold and clear morning. It's lightly insulated and made from Polartec Powerstretch Pro for lightweight warmth, reliable breathability, and exceptional mobility. In terms of fit, the Lorum has an athletic profile for easy layering, and it features gusseted underarms to keep your arms mobile whether you're planting ski poles or chopping a foot hold into a steep icy pitch with your ice axe somewhere in the alpine.
    • Designed for backountry missions and cold days in the resort
    • Polartec fabric provides warmth, breathability, and mobility
    • Lightly insulated for extra warmth in cold conditions
    • Adjustable hood with drawcords and soft lining
    • Anatomical shaping with gusseted underarms and slim profile
    • Item #ARC3676

    Tech Specs

    Polartec Powerstretch
    Center Back Length
    29.25 in
    full-zip hoodie
    2 zippered hand
    Claimed Weight
    [M] 1 lb 1.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, backcountry touring
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    Amazing fleece hoody

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL

    So after i lost my favorite hoody, i went on an obsessive quest for the perfect replacement, trying patagonia, north face, mountain hardwear, etc. Finally i found the Lorum in (pth)thalo blue and i was in love. First of all if you haven't had a chance to check out Polartec Power Stretch Pro, it's one of the few textiles that lives up to the superlatives - it's stretchier than Plasticman, buttery soft and smooth on the outside with an extremely luxurious brushed interior. Not surprisingly it layers perfectly under the Gamma Lt Hoody, and with a good base-layer, can take me from the low 40s (ºF) all the way down to the single digits. That combination is an absolute cold-weather weapon for everything except in a freezing-cold downpour, or extra-sloppy wet snow. With a huge comfort-range that never feels stuffy or hot, i can leave it on even stepping from single-digit temps into a heated building. I have done this and though i felt completely dry, the outer fabric of the Gamma LT was slightly damp in the pits - testament to the Lorum's (and the Gamma LT's) wicking/ air permeability. When worn as an outer layer it seems less vulnerable to wind than other fleeces on cool dry days, and the double-thick hood goes a long way toward preventing hemorrhaging body heat and regulating body temp without overheating. The attention to detail is pure Arc'teryx magic, with a mesh-lined collar, backwards large coil main zipper and slightly elastic cuffs and hem without any drawcords to fuss with and a simple friction cord for cinching the hood. So while not a technical fleece per se, when layered it offers everything that the best fleeces do, with an extraordinary level of stretch, a spacious hood that doesn't look like you're wearing a wet-suit, and the softest synthetic fabric i have ever felt, which has some nylon in the mix for durability - unusual for a fleece but seems to make it pill-proof on the outside. Into my third winter it still looks brand-new. The Lorum is by far my favorite fleece ever...

    Prime Hoody

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    My go to jacket for all mountaineering and ice climbing excursions. This jacket will keep you dry in everything but torrential down pours and even then you'll pry be nothing more than a little damp. By far one of the best soft shells I've ever owned. Pair this with an ultra light Hardshell and your set for anything mother nature can throw at you!

    Beat Hoodie Ever

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    Just a great casual hoodie that has a few technical details like the zippered pockets, sleeve cut and hood cut but it really is just a super comfortable and warm hoodie. It is ridiculously expensive but I was able to nail a "Storm" color on sale. The outside of the fabric has a wonderful "hand" feels great to the touch. Hood adjustment is a little funky and ended up working much better after modification with some plastic B-LOKs. An item this pricey should not need modification.

    All-around greatness

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    This looks great, feels great, and keeps you warm, too. I don't know if it's really that technical. I just wear it around. It is sized right, is very soft and supple to the touch, and gives a decent amount of warmth for a medium fleece. The hood is double thickness, so it's very soft. The adjustments for the hood seem a little cumbersome for a technical piece. But without using them you just look like a mysterious dude in a hoody. It's a little heavier than a Rho AR and a little lighter than a Tau, if you remember that one. Has that "my favorite hoody/jacket" feel about it. I'm 5-10 and 140 and the Small fits great.

    I like it

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    First off, the 'storm' color is a purplish gray, and not nearly as dark as the picture shows. Can't ding Arcteryx for that. No problem. This is the only hoodie I own, and I am very happy with it. It's a medium-weight stretch fleece with a smooth outer layer. Fit is athletic. I am 5'9 180 and it fits great. Appearance is like a regular full-zip hoodie, only a whole lot nicer. The hood is extra large and double thickness -- you won't look like a teletubby if you use it. Zippered side pockets are a good call. The only thing that would make this jacket better is a chest pocket, but overall it's really great. Michigan has been extra cold this November, and having that hood to flip up has been much appreciated. A winner.