Arc'teryx - Rush Jacket - Ski jacket

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Ski jacket
Gore-Tex Pro 3L N40p-X 109g/m² (100% polyamide); Shoulders; Hood: Gore-Tex Pro 3L N80p-X 150 g/m² (100% polyamide)
Sealed seams:
2 armpit zips
Full length front zip
2 front zip pockets; 1 arm zip pocket; 1 inside pocket with mesh part; 1 laminated inside zip pocket
Yes (adjustable; helmet-compatible)
555 g (for medium size)
Powder skirt; adjustable sleeve cuffs; small packed dimensions; RECCO reflector
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Product description
When you're part of a big family, everyone knows the first kid is the experiment, the middle child blends into the background, and the baby of the family is spoiled beyond belief. As the third child in the Arc'teryx Whiteline jacket family, the Men's Rush Jacket is a sweet little combo of utter toughness and luxurious comfort in a guaranteed waterproof, guaranteed breathable hardshell. Whether you're commuting in Chicago or ripping through the snow in Colorado, you'll be in no hurry to get inside when you have this storm-busting jacket.

By using two different densities of Gore-Tex Pro fabric, the Rush jacket provides durable weather protection in a comfortable, flexible shell. Sure, it'd be cheaper to buy a blue tarp from the hardware store, but how well can you layer under that flapping plastic, let alone creep quietly through freshly fallen snow? In addition to being soft and quiet, Gore-Tex Pro is designed for bouts of intense activity with plenty of rest in between. When you're skinning up a steep section, the fabric breathes so you don't drown in a puddle of your own sweat. If you're stopping for lunch, photo ops, or a quick potty break, Gore-Tex Pro won't leave you a cold, shivering mess.
The expedition fit and e3D patterning leaves loads of room for layers to optimize your experience. A silkweight shirt might suffice for spring corn, while you'll need a few tiers of thermal layers for a backcountry adventure in the high Rockies come February. The helmet-compatible hood rotates with your head to avoid blind spots. The powder skirt features the Slide n' Loc attachment so you can create an Arc'teryx snow suit for full-bodied weatherproofing.

  • Gore-Tex Pro
  • 80D nylon plain weave on shoulders, elbows, hood
  • 40D nylon ripstop on torso, sleeves
  • Expedition fit, e3D patterning
  • Underarm vents, WaterTight Vislon zippers
  • Powder skirt, Slide n' Loc attachment
  • Hood, helmet-compatible

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| Kottingbrunn

73% have found the reviews
by Stefan helpful

Eine meiner Lieblingsjacken

Bester Einsatzbereich:
-Hochtouren + Bergsteigen

Super Jacke, schon öfter bei stürmischen und kalten bedingungen angehabt, hält alles zum großteil draußen. Im Aufstieg ist sie ziemlich "atmungsaktiv" und die unterarmRV sind auch praktisch. Hab die jacke in M bei 1,80m 80kg. L(war leider aus) wäre für mich perfekt, aber M passt auch gut.

1 Stern abzug gibts nur, weil ich mir eine Brusttasche wünschen würde und die UnterarmRV etwas streng gehen.

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| Düsseldorf

90% have found the reviews
by Hartmut helpful


Sehr robuste Jacke. Große, Skihelm-taugliche Kapuze. Kein überflüssiger Schnickschnack, zwei Fronttaschen, Skipasstasche, Schneefang. Für eine Skijacke recht leicht. Sehr breite Klettverschlüsse an den Ärmeln.

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Question from Florian | Obermichelbach
Warm genug ?

Hi, hält die Jacke gut warm ? Also ich meine vergleichbar wie zB bergans oppdal jacket, oder sind gefütterte Jacke wesentlich wärmer ?
Mir ist wichtig, dass ich mit der Jacke Touren gehen kann und aber auch mal nen tag nur boarden kann ohne mir den hintern abzufrieren :)

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12.12.2015 08:05

Die Jacke hat keinerlei Isolierung. bei weniger schweißtreibenden Beschäftigungen empfielt sich daher ein Schichtprinzip.

Stefan | Kottingbrunn
14.02.2016 18:57

Is eine Hardshell, Hardshells haben 0 Isolierung. Fürs Tourengehen bei Sturm perfekt, fürs runterfahren zieh ich eine Daunenjacke(haben das beste wärme/gewicht verhältnis) drunter und dann is sogar beim ärgsten Sturm kuschelig warm.

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