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Published by Jesse on 12 Dec 2009

Arc’teryx Mourns the Loss of Guy Lacelle

For Immediate Release
Chris Denny – Denny, ink.
307.200.6001
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North Vancouver, B.C., December 11, 2009 – Management and staff at Arc’teryx Equipment Inc. are deeply saddened by the death of Guy Lacelle at the Bozeman Ice Festival yesterday. Sources say Lacelle was swept off the climb by an avalanche that occurred around 9:30am. He leaves behind his beloved wife Marge and his constant companion, his dog Jade.

A two time winner of the Ouray Ice Festival climbing competition, Guy’s accomplishments earned him the Banff Centre for Mountain Culture’s Summit of Excellence Award.

John Irvine, Director of International Sales, says, “Guy was a great, great person. He epitomized dignity and integrity. His Zen climbing style was peaceful, relaxed, and smooth; and he was always happy and positive. His passion for adventure and drive to see and explore new places and cultures made Guy a real pioneer, and his charming personality made him a pleasure to work with.”

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Published by Jesse on 28 Nov 2007

OGE Picks: Men’s Ski Pants

Sty dry and comfortable in these Men’s Ski Pants from Arcteryx, Cloudveil, Columbia, Spyder and The North Face.

Arcteryx Stinger Bib Arcteryx Stinger Bibs – The Arc’teryx Men’s Stinger Bibs use Gore-Tex Pro fabric for total protection against the gnarliest storm yet still offer plenty of breathability to keep you cool on a backcountry ski trip. The Stinger Bibs have two front and two thigh pockets. The gusseted crotch and articulated knees give you flexibility and freedom of movement whether skinning up or ripping down. MSRP: $450

The North Face Varius Guide Pant The North Face Varius Guide Pants – The North Face Varius Guide Pants are made with bomber 70D dobby HyVent fabric to stand up to abuse and still keep you dry, as well as be a bit lighter on the wallet then your typical gore-tex pants. When it heats up, cool off with the full length side zips. MSRP: $150

Spyder Davos Pant Spyder Davos Pants – The Spyder Davos Pants are the top of the line ski pants from Spyder. The Davos pants combine extremely weather-resistant fabric, 40g of Thinsulate insulation and all the little touches only Spyder could come up with to create a warm, dry and stylish ski pant. MSRP: $500

Columbia Snow King Cargo Pant Columbia Snow King Cargo Pants – Columbia believes that you don’t need to break the bank to have a great pair of ski pants. The Columbia Snow King Cargo Pants will allow you to dominate the slopes on all but the absolute worst winter storm days. Columbia outfit the Snow King with 6 pockets to carry all your accessories and inseam vents for when it gets too hot out. MSRP: $100

Cloudveil Koven Pant Cloudveil Koven Pants – The Cloudveil Koven Pants’ waterproof Cloudburst Stretch EV3 fabric offers complete weather protection while breathing before excessive sweating happens, making it less likely that you’ll overheat and get damp. The Koven has 4 pockets including an overflow cargo pocket large enough to store sunscreen or an afternoon snack. MSRP: $280

Published by Jesse on 30 Oct 2007

Arc’teryx Delegate Capri Coupon

Holy Smoly! If you’ve ever wanted to try impulse buying but haven’t, nowz the time. In addition to the killer deal on the free Marmot Precip offer above from Moosejaw, the crew at Backcountry Outlet just notified us off an exclusive coupon code for the Arc’teryx Delegate Capri or Pant.

You ready for this: This coupon will save you 70% off retail!!! Details of the offer as follows:

Get 70% off the Arc’teryx Delegate Capri or Pant. Use Coupon Code 22W-1-J39NY at checkout to redeem these huge savings. Offer Valid Through: November 9th, 2007. CLICK HERE to BUY THIS PRODUCT for 70% off retail!

Description for the Delegate Capri:

The Women’s Delegate Capri from Arcteryx delivers casual style and comfort. Made with soft Spinner cotton, this product is equally at home during the work day, or at play. Put on into these Arc’teryx pants for a day of hanging out with friends, and they’ll keep the compliments coming in strong. Available for US shipment only.

Published by Jesse on 02 Oct 2007

OGE Picks: Women’s Fleece Jackets

OGE Picks: Womens Fleece Jackets from Arcteryx, Marmot, Mountain Hardwear, Patagonia and The North Face.

The North Face Oso Hoody Fleece Jacket North Face Oso Hoody – The Oso hoody fleece jacket from The North Face is Oh-So-Soft. After putting on this jacket, you will be convinced that The TKA high loft fleece must be the softest fabric on earth. You will not want to take this jacket off, nor will you be able to stop petting yourself. Did we mention this jacket is soft to the touch? MSRP: $130

Patagonia Synchilla Windzone Fleece Jacket Patagonia Synchilla Windzone Jacket – Patagonia made this reversible fleece jacket from Polartec Wind Pro fleece—high loft and fuzzy on one side and low cut like velour on the other. This densely knit jacket provides triple the wind resistance of a regular fleece to keep you warmer on blustery days, plus it breathes, so you don’t overheat when you’re on the move. MSRP: $180

Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman Fleece Jacket Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman Jacket – At only 15 ounces, the Monkey Woman Fleece Jacket from Mountain Hardwear gives you tons of warmth at a fraction of the typical fleece jacket weight. High loft Monkey Phur fleece gives this jacket a rich texture and the power stretch cuffs, wrist panel, and waist make the jacket stay in place for excellent range of motion. MSRP: $140

Arc'teryx Delta SV Fleece Jacket Arcteryx Delta SV Jacket – The Arc’teryx Delta SV has all the fine details you would expect from Arcteryx. Super loft Polartec Thermal Pro material keeps the jacket fuzzy and comfy, yet moisture and smell resistant. The zipper has a chin guard to prevent face scraping, and the gusseted underarms keep the jacket in place while you’re active. The cut is stylish and flattering to the feminine form. MSRP: $200

Marmot Radiant Fleece Jacket Marmot Radiant Jacket – Getting back to the soft theme, the Marmot Radiant Fleece challenges The North Face Oso for who is the biggest softy. The Radiant jacket uses Polartec’s long-fibered Thermal Pro Persian fabric, which actually retains heat better than standard fleece and also feels great against the skin. This 200 weight fleece works great on the outside on brisk days, or as a layer on the very frosty days. MSRP: $130