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Arc’teryx Cerium LT Down Hooded Jacket - 850 Fill Power (For Men)
Closeouts. The Arc'teryx Cerium LT Down hooded jacket is light and streamlined, so it works well as a midlayer under a shell, or as a stand-alone in cool, dry conditions. Its Down Composite Mapping utilizes zone-optimized goose down and Coreloft synthetic insulation to keep you warm and dry.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mia from NY on Friday, September 22, 2017Very light but very warm jacket.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by tom from IL on Friday, March 3, 2017Warm enough for outdoor activity at 10-20 degree
Verified Buyer Reviewed by tjs from PNW on Friday, February 24, 2017Fit was athletic, finish was quality. Great jacket. Color on the magma was more orange than anticipated.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jafa789 from Virginia on Tuesday, February 14, 2017This Jacket is great. Arcteryx really hit the nail on the head. If you can get a good deal, I say go for it. I was a little dissapointed that mine came with stains on it.
Reviewed by cs from ca on Friday, February 10, 2017IT is a very good jacket.on 0? to 10?.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jd from Kansas on Friday, January 27, 2017The dark down feathers are quite easily seen beneath the thin orange color. Makes it look dirty and cheap. Would have been great in a different color.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tom from Pittsburgh on Tuesday, January 24, 2017the jacket should not be so light as to not meet its purpose. It fits too snug, leaks down plumules immediately and is very lightly insulated. I wear XL in all my Arc'teryx gear but this jacket is cut very small. Sure, it's light, but not warm enough to help below 30s without a shell of some sort.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rob by the beach from Virginia on Monday, January 23, 2017Great jacket, usually wear size L, had to go with XL for all Arc jackets. Warm n Toasty for those really cold days, unfortunately not to many of those days in Virginia. Caution: if you wear this jacket on a day above 30 F, you will be sweating like two squirrels humping in a wool sock. Double thumbs up. Basic/simple jacket, no fancy bells and whistles, just gets the job done.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rao Runner from Santa Clara,ca on Sunday, January 22, 2017I have used Patagonia nano puff for a while as a insulation layer, it has worked well, but I was looking for slightly warmer down jacket.
Based on internet search I tried following 3 hoodies.
1. MH Ghost Whisperer (350$)
light weight, seems flimsy, didn't feel warm enough to hold low 30s or high 20s. very good compressible.
2. OR Transcendent (240$)
Tad heavier for warmth, lower of three jackets, felt warm enough for above temps.
3. Arctyrx Cerium LT (379$)
This met my needs, very light (11oz), very compressible in its own small sack. very good look, feels very comfy. warm enough for late 20s. Pricier than other's but on a good deal it is worth it. It's missing few pockets and waist cinch, but it doesn't bother me much.
Reviewed by Chingon from San Diego on Friday, January 6, 2017This jacket is well made but is short in the torso. I'm 6'2" and wish it was 2 inches longer. I do love the athletic cut of the jacket. I wear the XL in Arc'teryx jackets and wear an L in Patagonia down and ski jackets.