The AR of this Arc’teryx 750 fill goose down hoody stands for “All Round”, the Thorium AR Hoody is made with a durable nylon face fabric it’s the perfect choice for an every day mid layer or standalone outer layer in cooler, dry conditions.
Emphasising versatility for multiple active and every day uses, without sacrificing high performance weather protection and materials. The Thorium’s regular fit is designed to be streamlined to fit under a shell, with Arc’teryx Down Composite Mapping technology combining a mixture of goose down with panels of Coreloft™ synthetic insulation in the hood, cuffs and under the arms - areas prone to moisture and where down would not perform as well. Featuring a synthetically insulated Stormhood™, two zippered pockets for your essentials and internal zipper pocket with a stuff sack.
- Material 01: Coreloft™ 80 (80 g/m²) insulation. Made with highly crimped multi-denier siliconized polyester yarn, this lightweight, breathable, and thermally efficient, 100% polyester staple fibre is very compressible and has excellent loft retention.
- Material 02: Coreloft™ 140 (140 g/m²) insulation. Made with highly crimped multi-denier siliconized polyester yarn, this lightweight, breathable, and thermally efficient, 100% polyester staple fibre is very compressible and has excellent loft retention.
- Material 03: Arato™ 30 - 100% nylon
- Material 04: 750 fill European grey goose down (130 g-M)
- Weight: 420 g / 14.8 oz
- Fit: Regular Fit, Hip Length,
- Centre back length: 65 cm / 25.5 in
- Manufacturing Facility: ZKG Asia Ltd., Myanmar
|Chest||84 cm||89 cm||94 cm||102 cm|
|Sleeve||76 cm||78 cm||81 cm||82 cm|
|Waist||68 cm||73 cm||78 cm||86 cm|
||92 cm||97 cm||102 cm||110 cm|
- Please note: Size guide provided from the brands general sizing chart and refers to body measurements, we would always recommend coming in store to try on if possible and please contact us if you need guidance on sizing.
PROVENANCE AND ETHICS
Originally founded as Rock Solid Manufacturing by David Lane in 1981, In 1990 Lane brought Jeremy Guard, a fellow climber, into the fold and in 1991 they renamed the company Arc’teryx - a nod to the Archaeopteryx lithographica, the first reptile to develop feathers for flight - the first bird - and the brand’s instantly recognisable logo is a depiction of the Berlin specimen of the Archaeopteryx. Their philosophy is guided by the belief that durability is the strongest path to sustainability.