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The Women's Beta LT Jacket by Arcteryx is ideal for light and fast alpine minimalists, this highly technical mountain jacket also crosses over to urban environments. This waist length jacket provides complete storm protection, while its shorter hemline minimizes layering overlap and reduces weight and bulk. Featuring a helmet compatible Stow Hood, one laminated stash pocket inside the right hand pocket, and gender specific anatomical patterns.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Beta LT Jacket
Highly breathable GORE-TEX Pro Shell with N40p-X face fabric keeps jacket light and supple
#3 WaterTight Vislon centre front zipper
Helmet compatible StormHood
Two hand pockets, internal laminated pocket with zipper
Trim fit for increased breathability during high output
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Women's Beta LT Jacket
Weight: 10.9 oz / 310 g
Fit: Trim with e3D, hip length
N40p-X GORE-TEX Pro Shell
ARC'TERYX TRIM FIT: These trim fitting pieces share motion-friendly traits with the Arc'teryx Athletic Fit, but are patterned with lower volume for reduced bulk. Arc'teryx trim fit styles are sized for a base layer and a trim synthetic or down filled mid-layer. Check out the size guide to learn how to calculate your body measurements before selecting a size.
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"Great 3 Season Arcteryx in your Regular Size"
...Or consider ordering a size up to make it 4 season. I was looking for a lightweight, breathable shell I could wear alone in spring/summer and layered into the fall/winter. I wanted this for hiking the Annuapurna, snowboarding in CO, and all-around general wear. I usually wear an S in Arcteryx gear and went for that first. With my Atom LT underneath and any range of baselayers I have a bit of restriction across the chest. That being said, I'm a pretty busty girl (5'3'', 115 lbs, 32D). One thing to note is that the Beta LT and Hybrid LT are 'trim fit' jackets. This means that while I can wear a mid-weight base layer and a thin mid layer (the Atom LT is my favorite) under the Beta LT, I don't think I could fit an additional mid layer or a thick down layer. I did look at the Beta AR (for the roomier 'athletic fit') but felt like the added bulk (from heavier gore, pit zips, etc.) wasn't worth the weight or price tag. I'm now reconsidering my decision because that extra room would rock.