The high-quality Arc'teryx Incendo Jacket for men is a stowable, minimalist, wind- and water-resistant jacket meant for cool, windy weather workouts in light precipitation.
The Arc'teryx Incendo Jacket is a trim fitting, minimalist running jacket with water-resistant fabric in the body and sleeves and large, open mesh underarm panels to keep body heat under control. Reflective blazes improve visibility in low light. The entire package compactly stows into its own pocket. Slight drop back hem protects lower back area.
|Back length (in.):||27 inches|
|Clothing Fit:||Regular Fit|
|Fabric:||Nylon / nylon blend|
|Fit:||Trim, hip length|
|Material:||Mesh 100% polyester Luminara, Nylon weave fabric with wind and water repellant coating|
|Weight:||4.2 oz / 119 g|
|Arc'teryx Incendo Hooded Jacket||$148.95|
|Arc'teryx Incendo Hoody||$134.95 - $135.00|
|Arc'teryx Incendo Long||$54.95 - $62.99|
|Arc'teryx Incendo Tight||$46.99 - $88.95|
This is a great running jacket. I wrote a long review that was erased for being too long. Grr. I like the jacket so much I'll bother to do it again. Fit is trim, as it should be (unlike Celeris, which is supposedly trim, too). I'm 5-10, 135 and Small is wonderful. Long enough to keep the mid-section warm. Sleeves ample without being long and bunchy. Asymmetrical cuff is brilliant--keeps outside of hand/wrist warm. Half-elastic cuffs work well. Blocks a breeze well. Haven't experienced any rain yet. Ample mesh panels under arms, along sides, and along underside of upper arms enhance breathability. Short stand-up collar is just right. One pocket on the side goes backward to make reaching in easier. Zipper of pocket catches occasionally on the cuff during arm swing, and unzipping doesn't help because the pocket gaps and causes the same problem. A second minor irritant is that I sometimes feel the hem cinch toggle. Personally, I don't need a hem cinch for a running jacket because I'll rarely face awful weather. But those are two extremely small quibbles for what is a brilliantly designed lightweight running jacket. Well done, Arc'teryx!
This is what a running jacket should be for the spring a cool days in the summer. Yes the price is high and yes you do get what you pay for with Arcteryx with this jacket. I love to run at around 40-55 deg weather but start off cold till I hit mile 3. With this jacket off and zipped all the way up I was at a perfect temp in the beginning. Once I heated up I unzipped the jacket 1/4 and again it was like I had a self cooling system in my jacket. Once I was done with my 6 miles the jacket felt a little damp as all my sweat had transferred to the jacket. I did my cool down at noticed that the jacket was dry to the touch every where but at the neckline. This jacket also packs down to the size of an avocado when stored.
Packs down to nothing. Warm. Not completely waterproof, but it will hold off a light rain.
I carry this in my pack whenever running up in the mountains.