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Arc'teryx Rico Jacket - Men's

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    5 Reviews


    Casual looks, serious warmth.

    The Arc'teryx Men's Rico Jacket carries with it all the warmth you'd expect from a jacket built for the alpine but in a design more friendly towards your urban environment. The Bast fabric by Arc'teryx is a durable nylon material that's wind-resistant, but it also has a soft, cottony feel that's great for everyday wear. The fabric is treated with a DWR finish to repel light moisture. For insulation, the Rico utilizes 750-fill down fill throughout the body, while Coreloft synthetic fill at the shoulders will maintain insulating properties if you happen to get rained on during your walk home from the office.

    • Nylon fabric with DWR finish
    • 750-fill goose down insulation
    • Coreloft synthetic insulation at shoulders
    • Athletic fit
    • Item #ARC00C9

    Tech Specs

    The Bast (100% nylon), DWR finish
    [body] 750-fill goose down, [shoulders] Coreloft
    Baffle Construction
    Center Back Length
    27.5 in
    2 zippered hand, 1 internal zippered
    Claimed Weight
    12.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Sleek and stylish

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

    Nice layer. Thinner than I was expecting. Fits nicely
    to my size, so I guess its true to size. I would like to wear
    a thicker layer underneath, but then the back portion gets
    tight. The cuffs are close to the wrist and sleeves are the right length. Pocket zippers are 1/4 in to 1/2 in deep
    inset so the toggles are hard to reach. Otherwise it's a great
    layer for the outdoors or when I go skiing.

    Perfect For Any Activity

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    Love the fit of this jacket. Fits slim and and you can barely notice it when you wear it. I had to size up a little, due to it's tight fit. i usually wear a Medium in Arc'Teryx, but had to purchase the Large. I am 5'9, 165.

    Layer it up!

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

    I got this for my husband to wear alone when it's chilly or layered when it's freezing. He is between a size small and medium, so we ended up getting him the small so it would be close to the skin for easier layering.

    So far he's used them for hiking in the snow and layering when he snowboards. It keeps him warm, compresses easily, and doesn't look poofy or boxy.

    Not up to Arc'Teryx Standards

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large

    Let me start by saying I own several Arc'Teryx items and all of them are great, high quality pieces of gear...except this jacket. I purchased this from the new Arc'teryx Flagship store in Boston on December 20th 2015, and by the next day noticed that it was leaking fill at nearly every seam. On top of that most of the seams were already showing signs of pulling apart. I brought the jacket back to the store the very next day, hoping to resolve the issue with management. Clearly the jacket did not meet Arc'teryx exceedingly high standards (and prices tag) I was met with opposition and told that all down jackets leak, which I realize has a certain degree of truth to it. This jacket though, was basically spilling down insulation out constantly, from points all over the jacket. I own several down pieces from a number of other brands that I have put through hell and back and NOT ONE leaks to the level of this jacket. I was told I would have to send the jacket back through Arc'Teryx warranty program and it could be gone for 4-6 weeks with no guarantee they would replace it. I chose to do this even though I was reluctant to give up a jacket that was basically brand new for 4-6 weeks. You would think a large company would just issue a replacement, refund, or store credit for a jacket that is literally 1 day old and clearly defective. Piss poor quality control and customer service by Arc'Teryx. I would have been better off buying the jacket from Backcountry and attempting to return it here, since the jacket was obviously defective, and Backcountry has top notch customer service. Probably the last piece I buy from Arc'Teryx which is too bad because they usually make great products.

    Bottom Line, look else where for a jacket, as the RICO jacket is poor quality and Arc'Teryx did not stand by their product.

    Stylin' and warm

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

    Got this jacket for my fella and it does a great job at keeping him warm down to the 20s without other layers, while maintaining a sleek, stylish look that works in the city or backcountry. One of the only warm downs I've come across that completely avoids the marshmallow man look, perhaps in part due to the quilted instead of ribbed stitching patterns. Super compressible and packable, with a tough matte-finish face fabric, this is the perfect all-in-one jacket for a night on the town or the campground.

    which is warmer? Acteryx Thorium or Rico ?