Arc'teryx Procline Hybrid Hoody Men's


RRP: £180.00
FROM: £145.99 (£121.66 ex VAT)

You Save 18%


Thanks for your interest in the . We're sorry we're unable to fulfil an order at this time but if you'd like to be notified when stock is next available please let us know:


Quantity *:

Email *:


Notify Me

In the meantime, perhaps the alternatives below might be suitable:

Discount Code

If you are a member of an outdoor or watersports group and have a discount code, please enter it in the box below.

For more information on discount codes, click here.

High activity performance hoody

If you loved the Rab Vapour-Rise Jacket or Vapour Rise Hoody then you will be disappointed to hear that they have dropped the product from their range. But don't panic because with a better fit, lower weight, lower bulk and much smarter looks comes the Arcteryx Procline Hybrid Hoody Mens.

Lovers of the Arcteryx Atom LT Hoody should note that the Procline Hybrid Hoody uses the same outer fabrics as the Atom LT but has a slightly trimmer cut, though an increase in the length of the stretch fabric under the arms means you can wear it slightly snugger.

We absolutely love this top for UK conditions hill walking and mountaineering, whilst those lucky Canadians and Continentals will rave about it for ski mountaineering.The reason is the combination of gridded micro-fleece lining(Polartec® Classic 100 Micro Velour Small Grid—100% polyester, 152 g/m²) providing supreme lightweight moisture transportation away from your body so that it spreads out across the lightweight outer nylon shell (Tyono™ 20 denier shell with DWR treatment - 100% nylon) to dry almost instantly.The Tyono shell also provides excellent wind and shower-resistance (in fact if you are working really hard you probably won't get wet even in decent rain) yet is air-permeable enough to stop overheating. What this combination means is less use for your less breathable hardshell, so you can slim down the weight and use of your waterproof giving you a much more comfortable day on the hill all told.

The Procline Hybrid Hoody also features Polartec®Power Stretch® fleece with Hardface® Technology - 100% polyester in long side panels which make the jacket sit close to the body, helping it to layer well and eliminate excess bulk. This hard-faced fleece is stretchy providing unrestricted movement, also highly abraision and moisture resistant on it's outer face compared to standard power-stretch but it still performs and feels luxuriant on.

The hood has light fleece insulation and a single drawcorded adjustment at the rear of the head which works very well with or without a helmet and runs through the front peak and sits below ear level for real comfort.

Whats not to love about this super-versatile allrounder that like the Rab Vapour-Rise Jacket of the past should be part of every outdoor persons armoury.

  • 395g
  • High moisture wicking
  • Breathable
  • Lightly insulated
  • Compact
  • Hybrid technology—combining materials to enhance functionality and performance
  • Arc'teryx Nu water repellent treatment
  • e3D Ergonomic 3-Dimensional patterning for enhanced comfort and mobility
  • Gusseted underarms
  • Adjustable hood drawcord with single pull adjuster
  • Elastacized brim ensures visibility when in use
  • Lightly insulated
  • Low profile hood
  • No Slip Zip™ front zip
  • Adjustable hem drawcord
  • Drop back hem
  • Two hand pockets with hidden zips
  • Polartec® Classic 100 Micro Velour Small Grid—100% polyester, 152 g/m². This fabric rapidly wicks moisture away from the skin, while still being highly breathable and ultra light.
  • Polartec® Power Stretch® fleece with Hardface® Technology - 100% polyester
  • Tyono™ 20 denier shell with DWR treatment - 100% nylon


Trip Report - Ice Climbing in Rjukan

Team Up and Under member Ed Jenkins spent a week in Norway at the end of January, on his first adventure with Norwegian Ice. Read about his trip here.
More on Trip Report - Ice Climbing in Rjukan »

Freya Hoffmeister: How to be a Doer

World-renowned ocean kayaker, Freya Hoffmeister, is coming to Up and Under on the 13th February to give a talk on her adventures circumnavigating South America. We asked Freya what drives her to take on such daring challenges and how we can be inspired to do the same...
More on Freya Hoffmeister: How to be a Doer »

Never Too Old To Learn

You never will know everything in the mountains, and the knowledge we have must be practised or will be forgotten. #teamupandunder member Mark Aston helps lead a navigation exercise with the local trail running club, and tells how, even when leading, you can always learn something.
More on Never Too Old To Learn »

Please wait!