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.


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.


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.


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.


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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