Arc'teryx - Ceres Jacket - Men's (Spring 2016)
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||1 lb. 13.4 oz.|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||14656|
|Shell Material||N40p Windstopper|
|Insulation Type||850 fill European grey goose down
Coreloft 100 insulation
|Hood Type||Helmet Compatible Hood|
|Other Features||Down Composite Mapping strategically places both down and synthetic insulation
Down is baffled using box wall construction; tuck stitched to hide stitching from wear and tear
#5 Vislon two-way separating front zipper with synthetic-insulated wind flap
Down-insulated helmet-compatible StormHood™
Two hand pockets, internal zippered pocket and one internal dump pocket
Low profile knit cuff with internal elastic
Adjustable waist and hem drawcords seal out cold
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Did direct comparisons with the TNF Himalayan and the Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero. The Ceres is a monumental product in that you get all the warmth of the other two "monoliths" but in a much lighter and usable package.
Dare I say the Ceres is even stylish enough for a night on the town whereas the TNF is just an old school stuff it with down kind of jacket that almost weighs double what the Ceres does.
The Ceres may be expensive but it is one of the warmest jackets on earth and built to last a lifetime.
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