Arc'teryx Sabre AR Jacket M's

Arc'teryx Sabre AR Jacket M's

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Product Description

Big mountain GORE-TEX ski and snowboard jacket with a warm flannel liner, helmet compatible StormHood, and contemporary fit.

Equipped to handle the vertical aspects of big mountain skiing, the Sabre AR Jacket is built for freeride touring. Patterning and features align to deliver optimal freedom of motion, breathability and protection. WaterTight pit zips give rapid ventilation on traverses and ascents, and the integrated powder skirt delivers a secure fit in deep powder. Pockets provide security and are placed for easy accessibility, even with a pack on. The helmet compatible StormHood cinches securely, giving full coverage and exceptional visibility. Slide'n Loc attachments link to the Sabre AR Pant, creating a snowproof system that works as a single unit.

The Sabre AR Jacket was previously the Sabre Jacket.


•Fully seam-sealed for waterproofness
•Soft, brushed lining adds light insulation
•GORE-TEXthree-layer construction delivers complete weather protection
•Regular fit provides freedom of movement with room for layers
•Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility
•No-lift gusseted underarms
•Helmet compatible StormHood
•WaterTight external zippers
•WaterTight Vislon front zip
•WaterTight pit zippers
•Die-cut Velcro® cuff adjusters reduce bulk, and won't catch or tear off
•Slight drop hem
•Internal chest pocket with laminated zip
•Two hand pockets
•Sleeve pocket with zip
•One internal mesh dump pocket
•Note: Our WaterTight zippers are highly water resistant, but not waterproof. We do not recommend keeping items in your pockets that may be damaged by moisture
•Powder skirt with stretch panel and gripper elastic
•Slide 'n Loc attachment fits compatible pants


•N70p 3L GORE-TEX fabric with lo-loft softshell construction
Gore Tex Logo

Care info:

  • Machine wash in warm water (40°C).
  • Double rinse.
  • Do not use fabric softener.
  • Tumble dry on medium heat.
  • Do not iron.


700 g



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