Arcteryx Jackets & Outerwear

By | February 22, 2007

Most active people have their outdoor apparel and gear of choice. You find what you like, what fits right, what’s durable and long-lasting; and as far as skiing and other winter sports, what keeps you warm and dry. I have had the fortune of trying out many different winter outerwear products over the course of my (so far) 1000 days of skiing in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, and without a doubt the best ski jacket I ever had was the Arcteryx Sidewinder AR Jacket. Period. No contest.

A consumer review for this classic ski jacket states:

This jacket is as good as it gets! I can only fault the pocket locations. No nonsense, top of-the-line ski clothing, worth the money if you’re gettin’ after it every day. Roomy, totally weatherproof.

Two sites where you can find killer deals on Arc’teryx: This is one of the first sites I ever built and it first went online back in December of 1999. We have a gear outlet section and it features a HUGE list of discount and closeout Arcteryx products. There are tons of other content features on GravityFed as well. Check out the gear deal of the day from (left column). Also, there’s an entire outdoor gear outlet, too. This is a very organized and detailed outlet site that features everything from Arc’teryx. Base layers, ski jackets and just about the entire product line from one of the most durable and popular winter outerwear companies on the planet. I’ve been watching this site and you WILL find the best deals on Arcteryx anywhere online. Featured merchants on this site include and…both class acts. Oh, and a classic Lee Cohen powder photo highlights every page.

About Arc’Teryx: Focused on innovation. They weren’t satisfied with incremental advancements, but on radical improvements. They began in Vancouver, BC, Canada, with climbing harnesses and then proceeded to tackle packs and apparel with the same obsession for creating the lightest, best performing, and highest quality outdoor products available anywhere in the world. Click their logo below to visit their official web site.

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