Arc’teryx Drops Its Third Collection of System_A Gear for a Technical Spring

While it’s only been around for a year, Arc’teryx’s System_A sub-label has served as an exemplary standard of versatility in the world of techwear. Luckily for the Canadian brand’s adoring fans, the Jeremy Karl-led line’s third set of city-appropriate outdoor attire has hit the scene.

Starting with the sporty short-sleeved Axle Jacket, we have a versatile piece of lightweight outerwear built to withstand spring showers thanks to its DWR-treated double weave makeup. While this option is tailored toward warmer days, Arc’teryx also released a long-sleeve version of the Axle, which remains light enough for everyday wear. It even comes equipped with a pair of zipped chest pockets for added function. Next in line is the Faraday half-zip, a sleek pullover composed of Polartec Power Stretch Pro fleece for enhanced breathability.

As far as bottoms go, the Eislen Cargo Pants are this drop’s stand-out pair, boasting an air-permeable softshell for optimized flexibility. In addition to this, there is also a pair of Eislen Cargo Shorts for when temperatures rise this summer, equipped with a similar breathable prowess to the pants. The latest capsule’s color palette is built around black hues and two contrasting shades of blue. With so many pieces to choose from, we recommend making a purchase sooner rather than later because these limited drops can come and go in a matter of no time.

Pieces from the latest System_A drop are available now on Arc’teryx’s online store, starting from $100.

Purchase: $100+