Anchor Belay L7 Jacket

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Anchor Belay L7 Jacket

Anchor Belay L7 Jacket

Regular price $210.00 USD
Regular price $210.00 USD Sale price $210.00 USD
ColorNavy Rescue Red Black US 1928
Availability: Only 11 Left!

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Designed in Seattle. Imported.

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Anchor Belay L7 Jacket
Regular price $210.00 USD
Regular price $210.00 USD Sale price $210.00 USD
A lighter, more mobile alternative to the Cetra Durable L7 Jacket, the Anchor Belay L7 Jacket pairs bulk-free, eco-friendly warmth with flexible movement and easy storage. PrimaLoft® Black Bio insulation is biodegradable*, made from post-consumer recycled content, bulk-free, and retains warmth even while wet. The breathable shell combines rugged 20-denier ripstop with mechanical stretch, and the entire jacket compresses down into an internal stow pocket when not in use.


Breathable PrimaLoft® Black Bio insulation quilted into the liner delivers bulk-free warmth even while wet. The synthetic down is biodegradable* and crafted from 100% post-consumer recycled content, ensuring your adventures are eco-friendly.


Simple, space-saving storage comes courtesy of the highly compressible design and internal stow pouch. Lightweight construction with mechanical stretch and articulated sleeves provide ease of movement, and a cinchable, helmet-compatible hood and adjustable cuff tabs ensure a just-right fit.


20-denier ripstop softshell with a durable water-repellent finish (DWR) and a brimmed, helmet-compatible hood provides protection against scrapes, wear, and weather. A hem cinch and front-zip wind flap help seal out the elements.

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
James Shelby

This is the first insulated jacket that I’ve purchased for living in the PNW and I have to say it’s perfect. Fits very comfortably keeps me nice and warm when it’s in 30s. Plenty of adjustments and pockets, and I love the zipper tabs that you see on all the beyond clothing.

Eric Robledo
Very light weight

When I say light weight I'm not referring to its performance. It's a thin jacket but performs like jackets much thicker. This is my 4th jacket from Beyond (all different) and will continue to buy because of their fitment and performance.

Bo Peng
great jacket

great jacket

Surprisingly warm, nearly perfect.

This is shockingly warm for the weight. As others have said, I think the fit is somewhere between the standard and expedition, but it has enough stretch that it shouldn't be an issue. I've found it has plenty of space for a base or two and the dasche L3 under it with plenty of room for another shell if needed. I think the confusion would come with the ARX L6, as that jacket in the same size is much larger.

The torso is a bit poofy when seated though, in part due to the large flat panel front. This can probably be fixed by raising the lower zipper. The waist cinch points are some of the easiest to adjust I've used and this has become the first jacket where I actually use them.

As one of the long-size-only customers, the sleeve and body length are as usual perfect from Beyond. For reference I'm 6'7, 155, and wear the Medium long. It's probably best suited for someone up to 170-180.

The only true negative is the hood and neck when the hood isn't in use. It's pretty much impossible to have the jacket zipped closed in a comfortable manner. The chin portion of the hood makes the opening too tight and results in the need to keep it about 1/4 open to avoid hitting your face with the collar. When the hood is up, it's perfect, so I understand the tradeoff. With that in mind, this is definitely a single-hood layer. Don't expect to wear the dawa sherpa under it without a ton of bulk behind your head.

Overall a great value, especially for tall customers that are normally stuck with cheaper, low quality alternatives from the competition.


Size medium for a 5ft 10 150lb 14 year old. Loves the coat and amazed at how warm it is and so light weight