Arc’teryx Beta LT Jacket Review

The Arc'teryx Beta LT has been an essential part of their collection for a long time and was given an important update just a couple of seasons back. The new jacket is a significant change from the previous-generation LT which comes with the standard 3-layer Gore-Tex (no longer the premium "Pro" design) and pit zips (the previous model didn't come with pit zips) as well as a less expensive cost of $399. It is important to note that the jacket is still light and easy to pack, it breathes well and holds it even in moderately rough conditions. But the weatherproofing that has been lowered and the thin construction makes it less suitable for outdoor activities that require a lot of efforts, such as backcountry skiing or mountaineering. Below, we analyze the performance of the Beta LT. To find out how it stacks against its competitors check out our reviews on the top hardshell jackets as well as the top waterproof rain jackets.

The Arc’teryx Beta LT has been an essential part of their collection for a long time and was given an important update just a couple of seasons back. The new jacket is a significant change from the previous-generation LT which comes with the standard 3-layer Gore-Tex (no longer the premium “Pro” design) and pit zips (the previous model didn’t come with pit zips) as well as a less expensive cost of $399. It is important to note that the jacket is still light and easy to pack, it breathes well and holds it even in moderately rough conditions. But the weatherproofing that has been lowered and the thin construction makes it less suitable for outdoor activities that require a lot of efforts, such as backcountry skiing or mountaineering. Below, we analyze the performance of the Beta LT. To find out how it stacks against its competitors check out our reviews on the top hardshell jackets as well as the top waterproof rain jackets.

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