Arc'teryx Kappa Hoody Men's


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Men's Insulated Jacket

The Arc'teryx Kappa Hoody is a brilliant all-rounder with terrific weather protection and warmth. Insulation is provided by thermally efficient, air-permeable Coreloft™ synthetic insulation - perfect for the UK because it stays warm when wet and doesn't require the same kind of TLC that down jackets may need. The insulation is a non-quilted, laminated construction that eliminates cold spots. The breathability teamed with the thermal qualities makes this jacket perfect for active pursuits in cold weather.

The fully taped GORE® THERMIUM™ shell is windproof, very water resistant and breathable. This means it sheds snow and light rain well whilst keeping wind-chill from jeopardising the insulation. There is a high level of breathability which means you won't get too uncomfortable when being active in the jacket. Articulated patterning elevates ergonomic freedom, again making this great for active winter activities. The jacket also features insulated helmet-compatible StormHood™ that rotates with the head for unimpeded visibility.

The Kappa has an athletic fit, best suited to a slimmer profile. The chin guard has a microsuede facing for added comfort - great for those who may have experienced beard hair catching in zips like me! The jacket has a full front zip with a wind flap behind to stop chill getting through the zipper. There is a double, two-way separating, front zip at the bottom (which is good for belaying sessions and moments when nature calls). The Velcro® on the cuffs is laminated die-cut to reduce bulk and any chance of catching or tearing off. There is a drop back hem with adjustable hem drawcord, chest pocket with zip, two internal mesh pockets and two hand pockets with zippers.

All in all a very comfortable and well thought out jacket with great levels of wind resistance, water resistance, warmth and breathability. Well worth a look for active winter expeditions. Come on in and try on!

  • Windproof
  • Breathable
  • Insulated
  • Compressible and packable
  • Durable
  • Water resistant
  • Micro-seam allowance (1.6 mm) reduces bulk and weight
  • Taped seams for added weatherproofness
  • Non-quilted, laminated construction eliminates cold spots
  • Arc'teryx Nu water repellent treatment
  • Athletic fit for a slimmer more flattering profile
  • Helmet compatible StormHood™
  • Insulated hood with Laminated brim and Adjustable hood drawcords
  • Chin guard with brushed microsuede facing for added comfort
  • Full front zip with wind flap
  • Bottom snap closure on zip
  • Two-way separating front zip
  • Laminated die-cut Velcro® cuff adjusters reduce bulk, and won't catch or tear off
  • Drop back hem with Adjustable hem drawcord
  • Chest pocket with zip
  • Two internal mesh pockets
  • Two hand pockets with zippers


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