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Arc’teryx LEAF 2016 Line Available For Order

For over 25 years, Arc’teryx has specialized in clothing and equipment for cold weather and mountain pursuits.  These world-renowned designs are worn by elite athletes in some of the most demanding environments.

Almost 15 years ago, elite military forces began to adopt Arc’teryx equipment to combat challenging weather and terrain.

Based on these successes, Arc’teryx LEAF was formed. Eventually, dedicated designs were created for the unique requirements of military and law enforcement customers.

While the 2016 line is the most extensive yet, the core remains focused on cold weather performance.  This is the CW Jacket LT, the epitome of Arc’teryx LEAF design.


To learn more, watch this video.

Check out leaf.arcteryx.com or LEAF retailers to order yours.


16 Responses to “Arc’teryx LEAF 2016 Line Available For Order”

  1. JS says:

    good looking lineup as usual…..

  2. d says:

    Mayflower kit, plus a 1st SSF patch. Classy.

  3. Reeky says:

    Anybody know where the video was filmed?

  4. Richard says:

    That guy doing the voice over sounds SO HOT.

  5. Ghosteryx77 says:

    They’re using the word ‘available’ quite loosley. Almost none is actually available.

    • SSD says:

      Have you tried the dealer network?

      • Ghosteryx77 says:

        Both TD and US Elite Gear are almost completely out of stock as is the LEAF direct site. Only items available are the full zip Naga and the XFunctional pants. Both said they’re only receiving a small portion of product to start.

        Looks like the direct site has the new RHO fleece layers.

  6. Rod says:

    Yeah I’ve been trying to buy a couple pieces since I saw they were coming out. If you’re going to keep sending me emails and posting that the stuff is available… Maybe make sure it’s available.

  7. Pro Patria says:

    But, is any of it Berry Compliant?

    • Riceball says:

      For the price I sure hope so, Dead Bird wear isn’t cheap. Since their stuff tends to be pricey I would imagine that it’s all, or mostly, made in the US since pretty much all Made in the US tac gear tends to be on the pricey side.

  8. Glad to see they brought back the Fugitive hoodie.

  9. Roy says:

    From the video, can anyone identify the hats worn and can anyone identify the black boots?

  10. Alex says:

    What crampons are those?