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Arcteryx Squamish Hoody

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Arcteryx Squamish Hoody

Arcteryx Squamish Hoody

The Arcteryx Squamish Hoody is a the perfect companion to have with you when you're out in the hills and mountains, whether climbing, hiking or biking. It is a lightweight, unlined windshirt made from durable ripstop nylon making it tougher but heavier than some of its competitors. Stowed away in its own chest pocket, you can get it on fast when the weather turns and the wind picks up, providing good protection with minimal weight.

The mini ripstop fabric is extremely durable and has a degree of stretch allowing for flexibility and movement. The DWR finish allows any moisture to bead and run off, keeping you dry in light rain or snow, though if the weather turns you will need a shell over the Squamish Hoody. The excellent Stormhood can by cinched in with one hand providing superb protection and it has been shaped so that it rotates with your head so vision is never impaired. A brilliant piece to have to hand in the summer months on the mountain.

Arcteryx Squamish Hoody Features

  • Gossamera 100 % Nylon fabric
  • Lightweight ripstop Nylon with stretch
  • Highly wind resistant
  • DWR finish will repel moisture
  • Vislon front zip with wind flap
  • Low profile storm hood
  • Single stowaway chest pocket
  • Elastic and Velcro cuffs
  • Adjustable hem drawcord
Colour
Rigel
Weight
155g


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Reviewer: Edward, BARNSTAPLE  

I found this product after researching into the lightest, most compact wind jacket. This item is brilliant, so easy to store, flexible, high wind resistance and comfortable on the shoulder and arms (which has always been an issue). It's not the cheapest product but I with the features I thought it would be worth the buy. I would recommend this product and found this place to be the cheapest. Fast delivery.


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Reviewer: James, Glasgow  

Having been using a Patagonia Houdini for 3 years this is a whole step up in terms of performance. I used my Houdini in Alaska, ski touring in the Alps, trekking on Mt Kenya etc etc. it's a great piece of kit BUT as usual arcteryx take it to the next level. The hood is infinitely better. Has a peak. Fits over a helmet much better than the Houdini albeit still a little tight. The cuffs on the Houdini used to bug me in high winds as they let it in. The Squamish is bombproof. Similar levels of weatherproofness but I think the Squamish is marginally more durable? Finally the fit is so much better for me. Patagonia medium too small, large too baggy. Arcteryx medium perfect. I'm 182cm. 83kg. 32" waist.


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Reviewer: Ian, Sheffield  

Really excellent windproof jacket.

The jacket is silly light, really easy to shove into a corner of a rucksack, or a side pocket. It's windproof (not yet tested the showerproofness), soft and completely quiet. You don't know you've got it on, except for the fact that there's no wind getting past your top layer. It's been lovely in warmish weather, yet to be tested in cold, but I look forward to layering it over fleece mid layers in cold weather.

The pocket is smallish, but I don't like carrying loads of gear in my pockets, so this is fine.

The zip is easy, the cuffs are mobile and I really prefer having rollable, non-elasticated cuffs with Velcro tabs. Much easier to roll, or tighten, or leave loose according to needs.

Very pleased with this. Alongside my lightweight arc'teryx goretex, this is going to be a favourite outer layer.


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Reviewer: Dan, Portsmouth  

I was looking for one windproof jacket that could be used for numerous activities including hiking, climbing mountain biking and even casual use. Size is in accordance with other Arc'teryx tops I have, all being a medium. I am 5'11" and just under 12 stone, 40 inch chest.The cut of this one is roomy enough for a medium weight layer underneath (like an Arc'teryx Atom LT) and has great freedom of movement, including reaching above my head The sleeves are also long enough for use on my mountain bike and I have got quite long arms, sometimes I have an issue there. Material is quite thin but feels stiffer and more substantial than an equivalent Pertex (which I think feels quite soft) and seems to be backed up with a thick ripstop weave. I expect it will be quite durable, but this remains to tested. The hood has effective adjustment and cinches down well but the peak is quite short. The single pocket is quite small, just about fits my smartphone but that's about it. Yet to be tested in bad weather, but so far, I think this will be my main jacket for most variable conditions for 3/4 of the year.


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