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Arc’teryx Unveils A Slew Of Ultra-High-Performance Apparel For The Fall Of 2020

Arc’teryx is already one of the undisputed leaders in the outdoor and adventure garment game, with a more than 30-year history of innovation in its space. And the Vancouver company shows no signs of slowing down, having just unveiled a slew of top-shelf new adventure gear for the 2020 Fall season.

The 2020 collection boasts even better performance thanks to a myriad of cutting-edge materials utilized in its construction such as GORE-TEX Pro, GORE-TEX Paclite Plus, GORE-TEX INFINIUM, the brand’s Fortius 2.0 fabric, and Coreloft insulation. Constituting the Fall 2020 collection is the Trina SL Hoody, the company’s lightest windproof hoody, the Gamma MX hoody, Arc’teryx’s warmest soft-shell hoody, the Zeta SL jacket, Arc’teryx’s lightest waterproof hiking jacket, the GORE-TEX-shelled Alpha SV, their most durable hardshell jacket, the Beta AR which is their most versatile hardshell, the windproof and fleece-lined Solano Hoody, the ultra-warm, large-baffled Piedmont vest and even more arctic-ready Therme Parka, and the new Radsten Parka, the brand’s warmest waterproof synthetically-insulated hoody. Arc’teryx has also updated a few existing best-sellers, with new-for-2020 versions of its popular Atom LT and Cerium LT jackets. The new collection starts at $225 for the Trino SL and goes up to $699 for the Therme Parka.

Purchase: $225+