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If there’s one thing I can say after wearing Arc’teryx’s Adahy hoody nearly non-stop for a week now, it’s how incredibly soft the fabric is.

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This lightweight, easy-to-layer hoody is one of the most comfortable jackets in my wardrobe right now, perfect for cool summer evenings and windy coastal walks.

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Made of stretchable Torrent™ fleece, the Adahy has a motion-friendly, trim fit with a snug hood for warmth. I was amazed at how light yet warm this hoody is.

Not only is the jacket moisture-wicking with a breathable fabric, it holds its shape through washing — and it’s quick-drying. The material also helps to regulate temperature while it allows moisture vapour to escape.

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The two zippered hand pockets are lined with perforated material to allow airflow. The Adahy is part of Arc’teryx’s Traverse line, ideal for backcountry travel. I happen to think it’s just perfect for walking and cycling around town.

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Technical Details

– Flat-locked seams lie flat for added comfort
– No-lift gusseted underarms
– Full front zip with chin guard
– Torrent™ material combines 84% polyester and 16% elastane
– Polygiene® finish to manage odour
– Reinforcements in areas prone to abrasion, environmental damage

Arcteryx Adahy hoody
[L to R: Black Sapphire, Dew Drop, Baja, Rad, Creekside]

The Adahy comes in women’s XS to XL in Black Sapphire (the colour I own), Dew Drop, Baja, Rad and Creekside. A men’s version is also available in five (different) colours. Both versions are priced at CAD $180/USD $149.

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