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Gamma MX Jacket

 
Gamma MX Jacket

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Gamma MX Jacket

Manufacturer: Arc'teryx

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Page By: Casey Bates

Created/Edited: Nov 9, 2009 / Nov 9, 2009

Object ID: 6594

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Product Description

From Arc'teryx website:

Ideal for dynamic backcountry activities in mixed weather conditions, this softshell jacket is engineered to provide elemental protection with high levels of breathability and mobility. Able to resist wind, shed moisture and breathe during activity, the versatile Gamma MX Jacket features stretch textiles and articulated patterning that enhance the remarkable fit.

Features

Technical Features:
Weather resistant
Highly breathable—Maintains comfort during aerobic activity
Durable
DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface
No-lift gusseted underarms
Collar & Neckline Configuration
Soft brushed-lined collar
Chest pocket with hidden zip
Two hand pockets
Laminated sleeve pocket with laminated zip
Molded zipper garages
Full front zip with laminated windflap
Drop back hem
Laminated hem
Adjustable hem drawcord

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Reviews

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Casey BatesWorth every penny.

Voted 5/5

Yes, Arc'teryx pieces are pricey, so I guess that would be the only negative comment on this awesome jacket. I have been using this jacket for nearly four years and it still looks great. This jacket withstands harsh conditions yet keeps you looking stylish enough to go to the bar without looking like a total scrub. I have been most impressed with the breathability and durability of this fabric. Arc'teryx has selected materials that are super bomber and feel great against the skin. I consider myself to have an athletic build and this jacket fits me very well. I am able to wear a layer or two underneath for cold days, yet it still fits snugly to my body with just a shirt underneath.
Posted Nov 9, 2009 8:34 pm

GERTSPricey!!

Voted 5/5

I talked my wife in to this for me and I love it. I never feel resticked in my movment, and I stay warm.
Posted Feb 17, 2010 9:22 am

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