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  • Compact, lightweight Gore-Tex fabric with PacLite® technology is used in the main body
  • Key high-wear areas are reinforced with N40p Gore-Tex 3L with tricot technology
  • WaterTight™ zippered hand pockets are positioned high for accessibility while wearing a pack or harness
  • WaterTight pit zips vent excess heat instantly
  • WaterTight center-front zipper delivers weather protection
  • Helmet-compatible DropHood™ features a full stand-alone collar and 1-handed cinch cords
  • Hood rotates with your head without obscuring vision

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Specs

Best Use Hiking
Fabric Nylon
Windproof Yes
Waterproof Yes
Type Of Waterproofing Gore-Tex 3-layer waterproof breathable laminate
Hood Yes
Back Length Hip-length
Gender Women's
Weight 12.2

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Sizing notes

SHORT: Some pants are available in short sizes, which generally means an inseam that is 2 inches shorter than regular sizes. TALL: Some pants are available in tall sizes, which generally means an inseam that is 3 inches longer than regular sizes.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just OK, not awesome. I had very high expectations for this jacket. It is certainly manufactured very well, and GoreTex is awesome, but the design is a little lacking. The zippered pockets are too high on the chest for my taste. The velcro on the writs cuffs seems a little lacking, and it would be nice if the main zipper had a rain flap. The cut around the shoulders is odd. If the jacket isn't zipped up pretty far, one side or the other falls off, Very odd since I have very broad shoulders, and it otherwise fits me well. I do like that it is a little long in back to keep my butt dry. Overall I do like it, but I would not have paid full price for it (I got it on sale).
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile, all-season rain coat I love this multi-purpose, all season jacket! The lime green lends to increased visibility while I'm biking and in the rain (it's obviously not the neon green of a bike jacket, but it's still pretty bright). Thanks to the pit zips air keeps flowing in warmer temperatures, but when closed and worn with a fleece or other base layer, it's insulating and a strong wind breaker in colder temperatures. (Admittedly it can be a little bit stuffy in humid/warmer temperatures, but it's not terrible, especially with the pit zips open!) The adjustable wrist width makes it easy to fit a glove on top, but open helps increase circulation. The slightly longer back keeps the rear covered while biking, and otherwise just gives the jacket a more flattering fit and shape. I'm petite and appreciate that this jacket is cut to accommodate a slim and/or curvy figure. I highly recommend this jacket.
Date published: 2014-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Survived the Wonderland. I purchased this to replace an older and heavier Northface rain layer. I LOVED IT. I took it with me on my 12 day Wonderland Trail trip. This jacket rocked at keeping me dry on those rainy Pacific Northwest days. I didn't feel the dampness which I have felt with other rain layers. The chest pockets are THE BEST. They sit above pack waist belt and are perfect for quick stashing of gloves, hat and camera. Also, the pit zips are a huge plus. Loved this jacket and still do.
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great jacket I bought this rainjacket for my alaska trip(sep 3-12) by recommendations of REI reps and it was $100 off so it was too good to pass a good deal with the top of the line product. Ive no regrets about my purchase. It kept me dry esp in ketchikan( which is considered a rainforest) which rained throughout the day. It wasnt a downpour but rain that you would definitely need a poncho, rainjacket or umbrella. Even the items in my pocket were kept dry. I just wish there was a lining. I would agree with the placement of the pockets were a bit odd but it made sense when i had my backpack on and had the waist/hip belt on coz it made it easier to access the pockets. Im 5'1 and 105lbs and got an XS. I was able to layer it with a primaloft jacket and fleece vest. It still fit right and comfortable. I would highly recommend this jacket.
Date published: 2015-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally a quality rain jacket I finally splurged and got this high quality Goretex jacket, fortunately on a great rare sale ($100 off). I still felt kind of guilty because I already have 2 rain jackets (lower quality and therefore leaky). But when I took this on a river trip last fall I was so glad I had it for the splashing and the rain during our trip. Much improved over my previous experiencing dealing with my old rain jackets!
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from stayed completely dry I wore this on a rainy weekend backpacking trip in Oregon. I had just replaced my old rain jacket because it would not even hold up to an hour of rain. I was hesitant to buy this one because of the price but glad I did. At the end of the weekend my torso was still dry despite the never ending rain. So glad I got this jacket!
Date published: 2016-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from All season jacket - just AVERAGE For being called a "Hybrid", it's most lacking feature is a 3rd pocket. I understand Arc'teryx shooting for LT, but anything called "hybrid" should be the most up-to-date when it comes to technology/socially hip. CONS: -missing media port -missing internal pocket -roll away hood - still not lightweight enough for me - I consider LT =<10oz including aforementioned additions... for 3bills+ per jacket, Arc'teryx should be able to come up with a proper solution for 2017 x - These are actually deal-breakers in 2016! **Please keep the current teal for 2017 version when this jacket is updated with the above items - then I'm sold! PROS: - fit - comfort - style - pocket placement
Date published: 2016-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could use some improvement Brought this jacket for my wife, REI gave us a great deal. Love the color and the goretex construction. It is super lightweight...because it is literally a shell, that is it. I wish they would put a layer of soft nylon mesh as lining, like my military goretex jacket. Also could use a 2 way front zipper. Hand pockets are a tad higher than usual location...feels strange.
Date published: 2015-03-01
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Would this be a good jacket to take on a backpacking trip in Alaska?

Asked by: Nature212
This jacket is lightweight and breathable so it is an excellent choice for a backpacking trip.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-30

The hood just gapes open when not in use. If I don't put the hood up as soon as it starts raining, how can I keep the inside from collecting water? Ideas short of adding velcro to keep it rolled up?

Asked by: Radu
It's true that the hood on the Beta LT Hybrid Rain Jacket&#8203; does not have a stowing option. This is true of many hooded rain jackets. The drawcord can be tightened to keep the top of the hood closer to the body, otherwise, the best we can suggest is to put the hood up when it starts raining.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-19

What are the washing instructions for this jacket?

Asked by: gpt
The jacket can be machine washed warm with Nikwax Tech Wash. Tumble dry on low to medium heat only. Also, do not use fabric softeners or an iron. https://www.rei.com/product/724687/nikwax-tech-wash-10-fl-oz
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-29

Would this jacket be a good shell for skiing?

Asked by: Adventuretrek
&#8203;This could be used as a shell for skiing.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-07

Does this jacket have an internal pocket?&nbsp;

Asked by: hetzcm
No, the Beta LT Hybrid Rain Jacket does not have an internal pocket.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Would this be a good jacket for a backpacking trip in Alaska?

Asked by: Nature212
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