We’ve read the reviews across the web for the Arc’teryx Rush Jacket – Men’s and summarize the results below:
Number of Ratings Reviewed: 142
Pros & Cons
Reasons to buy:
- Gore-Tex Pro shell will keep you bone dry and block the wind.
- Higher chest pockets are easily accessible and harness-compatible.
- Inside pockets for extra dry storage and are ideal for storing skins.
- Large Stormhood fits well over a helmet.
- A regular fit comfortably allows room for insulating layers.
- Ventilation zippers are very easy to use and long enough to dump a lot of heat quickly.
- Gore-Tex Pro material is top of the line and is extremely breathable while maintaining durability.
- Powder Skirt attaches to Arcteryx pants to keep you dry on those loose powder days…or falls.
- Slimmer profile makes this jacket equally at home on the slopes or the streets.
- Tall collar protects your chin/neck through inclement weather.
- Longer fit goes further to protect you from the elements.
- Cuff adjusters ensure a truly buttoned-up feel.
- Small arm pocket with watertight zipper for secure, small item storage.
- The true-to-size fit still provides room for insulating layers without being baggy.
- The Stormhood adds amazing coverage while not blocking vision.
- Longer sleeves and cuff adjusters provide confidence to move around.
- Durable construction that can withstand the harshest conditions and activities.
Reasons NOT to buy:
- There is only one inside zipped pocket.
- Fit can be tight depending on your build.
- The lack of two-way zippers makes it hard to improve fit and ventilation.
- This jacket’s longer fit can be too long for shorter individuals.
- High chest pockets can be hard to access in a pinch when wearing a backpack.
- Until broken in, the Gore-Tex Pro material crinkles.
- The powder skirt is only compatible with Arc’teryx pants.
- At times, more ventilation is desired.
- Because of its lightweight construction, there is no added insulation.
The Arc’teryx Rush Jacket for men was built with the high intensity winter athlete in mind. While providing the bells and whistles, this jacket still manages to be lightweight. It has rock solid weather protection, breathability, and durability, all of which comes, of course, at a premium cost.