Stay Warm And Cozy With Arc’teryx’s Cerium LT Hoody

Stepping out in the cold is not as much fun as it looks in the movies and advertisements. When the biting cold breeze hits your skin, you just want to run back into the warm comforts of your home or car and stay there. Since, this is not possible in reality; the Cerium LT Hoody for Women from Arc’teryx is here to keep you warm and cozy despite the drop in temperature.

This lightweight nylon jacket was specifically designed to keep you warm in dry and cold climates. This hoody can be used as a mid-layer, underneath another heavy jacket or you can even use this jacket on its own.

Arc’teryx Cerium LT Hoody Features

Here are some of the great features about this jacket:

  • Fabric used is durable
  • DWR finish
  • Storm hood insulated with down feathers
  • Three parts sleeves
  • Light weight and durable

Arc’teryx Cerium LT Hoody Review

Why This Jacket

This jacket from Arc’teryx is heavily insulated using down feathers, which will keep you warm and cozy even when it is very cold. The hood is also insulated, thus keeping you safe from drafts. The DSWR finish helps in repelling the moisture. Hence this jacket does its job even in snow or rain.

The sleeve is split into three parts, thereby enabling free movement of your arms. With this jacket you don’t have to endure stiff arm movements.

Why Not This Jacket:

Finding the right size can be a challenge as the coat is heavily insulated and your regular size may be a size too small. Thus making you feel suffocated. Also, unzipping this jacket can be quite a task if you have your gloves on. Glove free fingers are best to handle this zipper.


If you want to walk out in a cold storm, this jacket is perfect for you. It will not only protect you from the biting cold, it will also keep you safe when it snows or rains, as it is water resistant.

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