Taking a trip to Northern Vancouver, British Columbia, Four Pins offers us some insight into the factory and inner workings of Arc’Teryx. Highlighting just a few of the standout facts from the visit, the Vancouver factory, on average, produces a single jacket in around six hours – a lengthy process that is further backed by the over 80 hands that play a role in its construction. A dedication to quality control and superior build that few brands still possess today, Arc’Teryx is just another example of the recent surge of well-made Canadian goods that have been long overdue to receive some shine.
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