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Arc'teryx is an energetic and exceptionally innovative company, with over 500 employees. Arc'teryx ongoing success stems from an uncompromising passion to continuously challenge, and radically improve, the status quo. At the foundation of Arc'teryx organization is a dynamic team of exceptionally talented, fun, and active people.

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Arc'Teryx Outlet Opens First Canadian ReBIRD Service Center in Toronto

Following the opening of its first ReBIRD Service Center in New York City, Arc’teryx now expands its in-store ReBIRD program to Canada for the first time, offering on-site product assessment, care, education, and repairs at its new location in Toronto Eaton Center. ReBIRD is Arc’teryx’s eco-conscious initiative dedicated to shifting away from a take-make-waste economy to become a more circular ecosystem as the outdoors label looks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 65% by 2030.

Specific services offered at the new Toronto space include GORE-TEX leak testing, product education, auxiliary hardware (zipper, pull cords, cord locks, buckle, patch) repair, and fabric replacement. “Since opening last Fall 2021, our NY Service team has been able to resolve nearly 3/4 of functionally compromised gear, on-site, reducing the impact on turnaround time for our guests,” reflects Dominique Showers, VP of ReBIRD, Arc’teryx. “That’s our goal — to deliver clear education for technical product care, full assessments, and light touch repairs that keep gear in the field longer.”

The Arc’teryx Toronto Eaton Center Store is now open and two more Canadian retail openings are planned for later this year in Square One Shopping Center and Vaughan Mills Premier Outlet Mall.

Arc’teryx Toronto Eaton Center
220 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON M5B 2H1,

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Arc'teryx Outlet Norvan LD 3 Trail Running Shoe Review: Fit for the Long Haul

Carbon this, carbon that. In an era where running shoes are getting more and more complicated (not to mention more expensive), it's refreshing to see a brand make a pair of uncomplicated, effective running shoes for hitting the trail. The new Arc'teryx Norvan LD 3 is just that.

I wouldn't go so far as to call them "stripped down" or exceedingly plain, mind you; they are made with advanced materials and have all the updated bits you'd want from a modern trail runner. These new Arc'teryx shoes simply don't have anything you don't want or need.

For its third version of the Norvan LD (the latter letters stand for Long Distance), Arc'teryx has outfitted the shoe with a well-stacked, shock-absorbing Vibram Litebase sole finished with 4.0mm lugs, in a pattern that Vibram has dubbed Megagrip. The shoe is extremely light and features a minimal, durable upper that is in no way flashy (other than when found in the bright blue Fluidity colorway).

The toebox is wide, to accommodate splay, and the stretchy tongue provides a comfortable, friction-free fit. They also have the ever-important extra lace eyelet you can use for a heel lock, which definitely comes in handy on the trail.

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Arc'teryx Outlet Opens Portland Footwear Office, Focuses On Mountain-Ready Performance

Arc'teryx prides itself on living in—and creating for—the mountain environment. Based in the Coast Mountains of North Vancouver, B.C., since 1989, Arc'teryx now has an additional home, this for footwear. And in Portland, arguably the global capital of performance footwear and only 300 miles from Arc'teryx headquarters.
While Arc'teryx has had footwear in its catalog for years, by opening a Portland office solely focused on the category, the brand aims to create new mountain-ready offerings and craft footwear silhouettes that become as iconic as the Alpha jacket.
"What is drastically different this time is the amount of resources and investment we are putting behind footwear and the focus," says Ovidio Garcia, Arc'teryx vice-president of footwear. "Our design declaration is the same, but there is more emphasis and more focus." ..........Read full article

The Arc'teryx Beta Jacket Outlet Sale Is the Shell You've Been Waiting For

The Arc'teryx Beta Stands Out, But Isn't Obnoxious

Lots of rain jackets and shells you see out there are straight-up ugly. It's all too common to see sheer, swishy numbers that only come in weird colors. This — or rather, getting away from it — is one of the ways Arc'teryx really steps up the game.

The Beta comes in standard black, grey and navy, but it also comes in lime green, burnt orange and an eye-popping royal blue. I was skeptical of having a bright blue jacket at first, as I'm more of a neutral, earth-tone type of guy, but the blue (a.k.a. Fluidity) is undeniably good. It might be easier to tell yourself that you don't really care what your performance gear looks like, but let's face it: we all want to look good, whether we're hiking upstate or roaming the streets of Brooklyn.

It's Simple — Maybe Too Simple For Some

For testing, I wore this jacket mostly in a city setting; I spend most of my time there. I don't need a lot of bells and whistles — I just want to stay comfortable and dry. The Beta, perhaps unsurprisingly, excels at this.

Its two pockets are at the perfect location on the body for resting your hands or stowing a few essentials — they're high enough that you won't have to worry about your keys or some snacks swinging around near your waist. The hood feels weighty and doesn't fly off at the first gust of wind, thanks to a simple elastic pull. I also love the velcro at the wrists; it feels like it will last forever and adds a premium touch that you really notice compared to other jackets.

With all that said, if I was wearing it in the outdoors, a bit more utility could be of use. There are only two pockets and no pit zips, which could come in handy for someone who easily overheats.

To make a comparison, you can get the decked-out Patagonia Triolet jacket for the same price. It has pit zips, internal pocketing and a couple of extra pockets at the chest. In fact, the only quality the Patagonia jacket might be lacking is the cool factor that Arc'teryx embodies so well. I don't mean this as a backhanded compliment; one of the major selling points for the Arc'teryx jacket is that it really does look good and adds style points to your 'fit, whether you're just schlepping to the grocery store or climbing in Yosemite.

Arc'teryx Beta Shell Jacket: The Verdict

It may not seem like $400 is a great deal for a rain jacket, and I'll admit, it's a lot at first glance. But the thing is, it's just plain better than the cheaper jackets out there. The Beta blends modern tech with clean lines, making it the ideal jacket to wear every time there's a chance of precipitation or excessive winds.

I haven't owned much in the way of Arc'teryx in my life, but the pieces I do have are going to last forever — the Beta very much included. Spend a little bit more now and you won't regret it. Turns out decades of outdoor athletes, and those kids on TikTok, weren't wrong.

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Drake's Custom Lightning Arc'teryx Jacket Outlet Sale Is Electrifying

Drake fans were treated to an electrifying gorpcore performance at the recent Festival Metro Metro in Montreal. As seen when Drake performed ”Girls Wants Girls” With Lil Baby, the 6ix God was captured wearing a custom Arc’teryx Beta AR jacket.

The custom black jacket is a one-off from Travis Spinks’ BreakingDad420, and sees neon blue lightning bolts through the panels of the GORE-TEX-equipped jacket. Each jacket is handpainted by the artist where those interested can place custom orders on a number of different outerwear/workwear brands like The North Face or Carhartt.

Check out the jacket below.

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Arc’teryx Outlet Online Soho Adds an Artistic Touch to the Beta AR Jacket

Fueled by endless internet jokes about its functionality, the Arc’teryx Beta AR Jacket is a popular topic in fashion conversations. The instantly recognizable shell jacket works in both city and nature settings, which served as the inspiration behind a creative installation at the Arc’teryx Soho store. Hosting a video premiere for a film by director Emilio Chavez, Arc’teryx also invited creators from its local community to reinterpret the Beta AR Jacket as a multidisciplinary canvas.

Featuring art direction by Jordan Thomas, “All-Round II” is Chavez’ latest film in a three-part series that captures the Beta AR in exhilarating adventures across New York. Each of the films have a unique 360° perspective on the jacket, and community-focused casting that highlights locals who maintain an authentic connection to the outdoors. Starring Joel Popoteur, who manages The Dominguez Corp., the film is a high-speed bike ride that starts Uptown, by Highbridge Park, before racing down to the Soho area.

“The shaky shots of him in traffic feel like you’re riding next to him. The wide, expanding shots give a bigger sense of the movement of his surroundings, and the stationary shots feel like you’re watching him ride past you,” explains Chavez. “We wanted this video to feel like there isn’t an end to Joel’s ride.” As guests watched the film, they also joined live music from DJ Brandon Lamont and interacted with a stuffed mannequin wearing in the same outfit as Popoteur in the film, which acted as his “stunt double.”

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Arc’teryx Outlet Online Release Third Instalment of System_A Collection

Arc’teryx continues to bridge the gap between outdoor wear and urban everyday wear with their third instalment of the System_A capsule collection.

Inspired by the brand’s historical roots in mountain and trek wear, the latest instalment of the System_A capsule is designed by creative director Taka Kasuga and features the brand’s first female-specific clothing fits which release alongside male alternatives. The brand utilises GORE-TEX for the outer shells of many of the outerwear pieces, with some standouts from the range including a royal blue two-piece tactical set, which is composed of a t-shirt and shorts, as well as muted grey zip-up anorak with multiple tactical pockets. The rest of the collection is also composed of an array of ponchos and tech-focused cargo suits.

The third instalment of Arc’teryx’s System_A range is available to purchase now via the Arc’teryx website.

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If you haven't been keeping up with the killer drops from Arc'teryx's System_A sub-label, it's your loss. Launched in 2021 as a more street-savvy alternative to mainline Arc'teryx, System_A reflects the Canadian company's vision of a modular wardrobe.

Available now at Arc'teryx's website and stockists like The Broken Arm, SSENSE, and KITH, Arc'teryx System_A's third collection is rife with stuff perfect for transitional ease.

The kicker is that this new line is Arc'teryx System_A's first co-ed offering — like sibling label Veilance, System_A is shifting from an embrace of genderless layering pieces to fully-fleshed out womenswear.

Informed by the idea of the “fast and light camp,” System_A's third collection channels hiking and trail running influences into a cohesive selection that's designed to be rotated with ease.

There are standout outerwear pieces — including a long GORE-TEX Komorebi jacket for men and cropped version for women, both fitted with weatherproof DWR coating — lightweight hoodies, insulated pants, paneled shorts, elastic face coverings, and all the things necessary for a complete set of Arc'teryx daily drivers.

As usual, System_A amps up the color palette beyond the classic monochrome shades preferred by most Arc'teryx die-hards, with the black and white staples accompanied by vibrant blue and lime iterations of the sleeveless jackets and pullover shirts to really encourage statement styling.

Even the more neutral pieces offer a bit of visual intrigue via the occasional bit of tonal camouflage patterning, which marks the first time that Arc'teryx has dipped into patterned GORE-TEX outerwear.

You may still dare to be boring if you wish, however, as there's ample black and white gear to be had.

The logos are also toned down a smidge — no giant bird branding here, just some simple Arc'teryx text.

It's not the craziest collection of technical clothing on the market but System_A was never envisioned as anything other than reliable, fashion-forward riffs on staple gear.

"This is kind of a gateway," creative director Taka Kasuga told Highsnobiety when System_A first dropped.

"We want to bring a more youthful, progressive audience to the brand. [Sort of] like introducing Arc'teryx to a new audience."

As if Arc'teryx needs any more goodwill, right? Still, no complaints here.

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Arc'teryx Norvan LD 3 Outlet review: Trail running shoes for beginner runners and hikers

Arc'teryx Norvan LD 3 review in a sentence: An ideal shoe for hikers and those new to, or apprehensive about, trail running.

The Arc'teryx Norvan LD 3 feels different from other trail running shoes. For one, the thick InFuse midsole feels much closer to a road shoe and allows for a springier run. The Norvan LD 3 is designed with comfort in mind, and runners who prefer not to feel the rocks or compacted soil beneath their feet will find these extremely reassuring. 

But if you are an athlete who prefers to feel their way across the terrain, then the additional support may create a less responsive and stable run. Also, the 6mm drop, and high collar might be a little restrictive for the same group of runners.

As you can tell, the Arc'teryx Norvan LD 3 isn't the best trail running shoe, but it's not without merits. What are these? Read on to find out.

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Arc'teryx Beta waterproof jacket outlet sale review

The Arc'teryx Beta Jacket is excellently built, as one would expect from a premium brand such as Arc'teryx. In fact, it’s hard to do justice to some of the construction techniques here – in particular the seams are often a thing of beauty, precisely bonded and neatly finished. This is not only nice to handle and wear, but also prevents general wear and tear causing early failure, giving you longer life for your dollar. ..........Read full article