Arc'teryx - Women's Alpha SL Jacket - Hardshell jacket

£ 232.95
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Delivery time: 3-5 working days

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Hardshell jacket
N40r Gore-Tex Paclite (100% polyamide)
full length front zip
1 breast zip pocket
Yes (storm hood: helmet-compatible; with visor)
265 g (for medium size)
HemLock system; water repellent zips; adjustable sleeve cuffs; incl. stuff sack
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Product description

The Arc'teryx Women's Alpha SL Jacket might end up being your most important piece of gear on your climbing trips. Gore-Tex gives jacket guaranteed waterproof breathable protection while Paclite technology lets you stuff the Alpha Super Light into its included stuff sack for compact travel whether you're climbing or flying.

Arc'teryx designed the Alpha SL with an e3D design that provides a full range of motion despite its trim fit. This jacket also features WaterTight zippers for extra waterproof protection, two-piece Hemlock inserts so the jacket won't slip once it's under your harness, and a zippered chest pocket for your headlamp.

  • Gore-Tex with Paclite technology
  • Fully taped seams
  • Trim fit with e3D, hip length
  • Helmet-compatible StormHood
  • WaterTight zippers
  • Two-piece Hemlock inserts
  • Zippered chest pocket
  • Included stuff sack with clip-in webbing loop

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