Beta AR Pant (Women's)


Beta AR Pant (Women's)
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Beta AR Pant (Women's)
Manufacturer Arc'teryx
Page By LDuszer
Page Type Jul 31, 2012 / Aug 1, 2012
Object ID 8271
Hits 3704

Product Description

The women's shell pant from Arc'teryx is lightweight and built for performance with an athletic fit. Designed for ventures in the backcounty and alpine pursuits, its waterproof but breathable Gore-Tex 3L Pro Shell fabric keeps moisture and wind out, and reinforcements in key areas uphold the integrity of the pant over long-term use.

Features & Specifications


The Beta AR Women's Pant is made of Gore-Tex 3L Pro Shell fabric that is waterproof, windproof, breathable, lightweight, and durable.

A durable water repellant (DWR) finish helps to keep water off the outer fabric.

The Gore Micro Grid lining makes it easy to pull the pant over insulating layers.


Insteps are reinforced with Keprotech to guard against damage from boots, crampons, and/or skis.

An adjustable webbing belt around the waist helps to customize fit.

Outer 3/4-length side zippers stop short of harness/hipbelt area to provide easy access and venting, if desired.

Hip stash pockets allow for easy access to necessary items, and all zippers and the fly are seam-sealed and watertight.

Pant cuffs have an adjustable drawcord and come with powder cuffs with elastic and boot-lace hooks that help to cover the boots and keep out snow, ice, or rain.

Gusseted crotch allows for optimal motion; articulated and reinforced seat and knee areas increase the life of the pant.


The average weight of this pant is 17 oz (478 g).


This pant is sized in a women's athletic fit, in sizes XS, S, M, L, and XL. It is available in both regular and tall lengths.

For more sizing information, please visit:



Viewing: 1-1 of 1

LDuszer - Jul 31, 2012 1:04 am - Voted 5/5

High and Dry
This pant is a perfect shell for active winter pursuits. I've used them while climbing mountains in winter in windy, snowy weather, and they kept me dry while retaining the heat from my insulating layers as long as I kept moving.

Viewing: 1-1 of 1