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A2B apparel line not out of place at work or after hours
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Jun '13
New for Spring 2014, ARC’TERYX makes use of its technical knowledge with the A2B group of commuter oriented products.

Functional, yet with an urban aesthetic, A2B apparel combines premium materials and fine craftsmanship into clothing that is not out of place at work, commuting, or after hours.

A2B Commuter Pant and Jacket for women and men have integrated reflective elements and ergonomic fits that are specifically articulated for cyclists. Technical fabrics are water repellent and quick to dry, so commuters can navigate weather with confidence.

Shirts include the A2B Tank, Top and Cozy in a wool blend that regulates temperature and is light enough to layer, but moves freely. Generous length provides all day coverage and a hemline that can be tucked in while riding. Men will appreciate the option of a collared cotton shirt or wool blend crew and polo for their commuter days.

Also new for Spring 2014 are unique, very technical but contemporary Lunara 10 and 17 messenger bags and Carrier Duffles that are notably lighter and harder wearing than other urban carriers. Using a thin, pliable textile and a taped and sealed construction, these bags are weatherproof in the worst conditions, safeguarding electronic devices and personal contents in a downpour.

Simplifying daily life demands more performance from fewer things. This is why Arc’teryx developed A2B products - designed to move how you move, through urban spaces.

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