Arc'teryx Therme Review

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Arc'teryx Therme Review

Post by Dave on Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:12 am

Okay I admit it I have an addiction to Arc'teryx and it seems I am not the only one. Ran into 3 other guys this week with the same affliction. As a sidenote I am in the middle of starting an Arc'teryx Enthusiast's Discussion Forum so look for it soon.
I love the Therme it is unique in that it's as warm a jacket as any non-Inuit could ever need but it has a look and feel of very high fashion.
All the typical Arc'tyryx qualities are here it is impeccably made with not a stitch out of place and as usual nothing quite looks or feels like an Arc'teryx garment it's a feel, a look and the satisfaction of knowing that you are discerning enough to pay for and appreciate the very best.
For cold conditions I have the Fission SV, Ceres and Therme. The Therme is just a tiny bit less warm than the Ceres but so much more stylish. The Ceres I wear when doing activities in arctic-like conditions. The Fission is my winter go to jacket and the Therme is unique I wear it when I want to feel warm and extra special. Funny how a jacket can elevate your mood.
It's a jacket you'll keep opening your closet up to take a look at. It's Arc'teryx at their very best and it simply doesn't get better than that.


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Re: Arc'teryx Therme Review

Post by K2 on Tue Mar 31, 2015 11:13 pm

Its a very Stylish jacket indeed. Has an Urban feel to it- with some nice technical features thrown in. My biggest problem is that big wind gusts seem to cut through the front flap and Vislon zipper. Certainly need a windflap behind the zipper to cut that wind out.

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Re: Arc'teryx Therme Review

Post by Geared on Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:22 am

K2 wrote:Its a very Stylish jacket indeed. Has an Urban feel to it- with some nice technical features thrown in. My biggest problem is that big wind gusts seem to cut through the front flap and Vislon zipper. Certainly need a windflap behind the zipper to cut that wind out.

I noticed that when I bought a Therme that was my normal size I exchanged it for 1 size down and that issue disappeared for some reason.

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