The first drop of Arc’teryx Fall/Winter 2021 has landed, bringing with it a typically restrained, minimal lineup of technical sportswear.
Among the outerwear highlights of this initial release are the Norvan LT hoody, a windproof and waterproof breathable outer layer that’s designed for runners; and the Kole down jacket, which is made using responsibly-sourced padding, and can be worn as a coat or as a mid-layer beneath another style.
Elsewhere, the Aerios FL shoe is a stripped-back take on the hiking sneaker, designed for trail runners. It’s finished with a Vibram® Megagrip outsole and a breathable, highly flexible upper that’s designed to maintain the wearer’s comfort on longer trails.
Rounding out the assortment are a number of hoodies and base layers. But HYPEBEAST’s pick is the Motus AR hoody, made from a technical Phasic AR II material that’s designed to wick moisture from the body, while ensuring a regulated temperature for the wearer.
The brand has committed to transitioning 80% of its products to fair trade certification by 2025 – and the Motus is among the garment that has already shifted to more socially responsible methods of production.
Check out the full drop over at the Arc’teryx webstore.
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