Johnathan Phillips Rogerswrote a review of Arc'teryx Cerium LT Down Vest - Men's on January 5, 2015
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: Runs small
Over the years I became accustomed to a distinct level of quality and 'feel' from Arcteryx gear. Even if I returned an item because it didn't quite fit my needs, I usually wanted to keep it. And the ones I kept felt special and ready for anything. It seems those days have passed along with the sight of "Made In Canada" on the Arcteryx tag. The last two Arc pieces I've bought have been thoroughly average in just about every regard. This vest, specifically, runs small, offers decent warmth and feels "ok". The color I bought was "Golden Palm". It looks great in the images but in person is a watered down yellowish mustard. There is nothing "Golden" about it. It appears Arc needs to study Edward Deming or Joe Juran to learn how to make money AND produce high quality goods. If you're going to produce it in China you should charge the China price, which in this case would mean about $150. But I honestly don't know if I would pay that much for it when compared to the $150 vest options.