Arc'teryx Women's Beta SL Jacket

Priced: $181.32 - $299.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Arc'teryx Beta SL Jacket -
The Arc'teryx women's Beta SL Jacket: Super lightweight, packable, waterproof GORE-TEX PacLite jacket designed for take-along emergency storm protection for hikers. The waist length Beta SL is an excellent all-around GORE-TEX PacLite jacket that is ideal for hikers or those who require  lightweight and packable storm protection without all of their Ascent specific features. With a trim fitting Drop Hood and lowered hand pockets, this piece is a great choice if climbing helmets and harnesses aren't in the backpack.

Embroidery:

  • Embroidered logo

Sizing:

  • WaterTight™ full length front zip

Weather and Wind:

  • Micro-seams feature tiny Gore tape to reduce bulk and weight and high stitch counts for durability
  • Gore-Tex Paclite technology and DWR finish fend off rain and snow while allowing water vapor to escape
  • Fully seam-sealed for waterproofness

Zippers:

  • Hand pockets with WaterTight zippers placed high for harness and hip-belt compatibility
  • Molded zipper garages
  • Corded zipper-pulls reduce noise and are easy to grab

Fit:

  • Trim-fitting Storm Hood™
  • Athletic fit is streamlined for weight savings; e3D design includes no-lift guesseted underams for excellent mobility
  • Anatomical shaping for fit and comfort

Fabric:

  • Lightweight 40D nylon ripstop fabric won't take up much space in your pack or weigh you down
  • Lightweight Gore-Tex fabric with Paclite technology is exceptionally compact
  • GORE-TEX two-layer construction
  • Laminated drop back hem with adjustable hem drawcord
  • DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface
  • Laminated cuff tabs and hem cord in the laminated hem seal out bad weather

Hood:

  • Glove-friendly hood adjusters

Ventilation:

  • Compressible, packable, waterproof, breathable, and lightweight emergency protection

Features:

  • Laminated high-strength hanger loop
  • Gender specific patterning
  • Low profile StormHood
  • Laminated die-cut Velcro cuff adjusters reduce bulk, and won't catch or tear off
  • No-lift gusseted underarms
  • Adjustable elastic waist drawcord
  • Non-chafing label
  • Laminated brim
  • Weighs only 9.8 ounces, making it ideal for fast-and-light trips
  • Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility
  • Laminated chin guard
  • One-hand adjustable drawcords
USOutdoor.com
Amped up with a slim fit and a Storm Hood, the Arc’teryx Beta SL Women’s Jacket is fully prepared to dominate the nastiest weather conditions. Lightweight and super packable, this jacket is beefed up with Gore-Tex to shed water even if a monsoon is bearing down on you. Designed to stow away in your pack and leap into action at a moments notice, this jacket is the ultimate weapon in storm protection. Trek your way to glory with the comfort of knowing the Arc’teryx Beta SL Women’s Jacket has got your back.

Half-Moon Outfitters
Newly Redesigned for 2012 with a slimmer fit and Storm Hood™. The waist length Beta SL is an excellent all-around GORE-TEX® Paclite® jacket that is ideal for hikers and trekkers and those who require lightweight and packable storm protection in an emergency. With user-friendly features like large hand-warmer pockets, a trim fitting Storm Hood™ and dropped rear hem, this piece is a great choice to pack away for when the weather turns nasty on the trail.
Mountain Gear
Redesigned for 2012, the women's Beta SL Jacket from Arc'teryx now offers a slimmer fit so there isn't unneeded fabric bunching up and weighing you down.

Backcountry.com

Some ladies like to sport it anytime there's a chance of bad weather, and others like to stash the lightweight, super-packable Arc'teryx Women's Beta SL Jacket in the backpack or hydration pack until weather hits. Either way, they can count on the Gore-Tex Paclite technology for waterproof breathable storm protection.


Evo
Designed to be the perfect pack-along emergency shell, the Arc'teryx Beta SL Jacket is super light and packable, not to mention waterproof and breathable thanks to its GORE-TEX® Paclite® construction. Toss it in your pack and head out into the wilderness, knowing that when the weather takes a turn for the worse, you'll stay dry.

Oregon Mountain Community
The Arc'teryx Beta SL Jacket is the ideal for those looking for lightweight weather protection whether in town or in the woods. Fully weatherproof and extremely compressible, this is one piece of gear you can always stash in your pack.
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Also available for: Men
Closure:Full Zip
Clothing Fit:Regular Fit
Fabrics/Materials:N40r GORE-TEX® fabric with Paclite technology
Fit:Trim, hip length
Hood:Yes
Hooded:Storm Hood, adjustable drawcords, laminated brim
Lining :GORE-TEX two-layer construction
Material:N40r GORE-TEX fabric with Paclite product technology
Pockets:Two hand pockets with WaterTight zippers
Recommended Use :Hiking, Trekking
Seam Sealed:Fully Seam Sealed
Seam Taped:Yes
Snowskirt :No
Style:Jackets
Type:Shell
Ventilation :No
Waterproof:yes
Waterproofing :Yes
Weatherproof Material:GORE-TEX Paclite
Weight:9.9 oz / 280 g
Windproof:yes
Zip-In :No
Zipper:WaterTight™ external zippers, molded zipper garages
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Arc'teryx Beta SL Jacket Reviews:

Reviews:

I bought this coat back in the fall of 2009. Since then it has been through heavy backpacking in the wilds of Montana, endured torrential downpours in Turkey, and faced rough abrasions from limestone coast lines in Malta
I love this coat. Arc'Teryx makes the best quality zippers hands down with their waterproof seams. After torrential downpours many coats start to seep through at the seams but this coat is not even phased by it.
My longest day in this coat was from a 6 am wake up to an 8:30 p.m. bedtime with alternations between heavy drizzle and steady downpour. I never felt a dropof rain the entire day except when I took my hood down.
I like that the build is long in the back because when I sit down it is just long enough to cover my bum if the rocks are wet. Also the cinches around the base of the coat are really excellent for when you want to keep heat trapped inside.
This coat often serves me as both a raincoat and as another layer of insulation. In Montana we hit some pretty heavy trails in the middle of June when snow is still pretty thick. After putting on my warmer layers I top off with this and cinch in the bottom for extra heat. It not only keeps my layers dry but it also takes the rough abrasions of pines and rocks. Sap washes off easily.
While the coloring is starting to go a little bit at the cuffs where it gets the most work, the thing is still completely and utterly waterproof. If for some reason this coat ever fails me I will gladly spend the money to buy another one.
Sizing: Typically with other brands I swing M size. However the Arc'Teryx L size is better for my shoulders. Also I like my raincoats a little bigger because that way you can layer underneath them easily.

san3246348 at Backcountry.com on 04/02/2013

I've had this jacket since the summer of 2012 and wear it constantly. It is my go to shell. I have worn the jacket for wind protection, rainy down pours, and snow sports. It has performed well in all conditions. What I love it that the jacket is very lightweight and you just have to adjust your layers underneath based on your body. I do have a size Lg to accommodate layers for winter, the jacket is a bit large if I'm wearing it by itself. The only improvements I would make is color of trim. I have a coffee color and the trim is yellow. The jackets would look brand new but the trim picks up dirt and doesn't come clean. There are some times when I wish I had some pit zips, but I usually just adjust my layering, and the jacket does breathe very well. All in all, great for all occasions.

lisp441180 at Backcountry.com on 03/07/2013

It's super lightweight and great for wind / rain protection. I have the Cassis Rose color and it's definitely chic!

erinzhou at Backcountry.com on 03/07/2013