Wearing a $400 shell in a place where none of the locals wear shells screams "I'm a cop," the color doesn't matter.
<"WTF, who that dude?"
<"I don't know, but his baller ass jacket costs $500, let's go jack his ass..."
Anyway, I'm not LE but if you wore some dirty bird kit where I grew up, you would be pegged a mile out unless we were on the slopes, and then, we would still peg you as a rich dude. Just sayin'. Not a flame on anyone, or on Arc'teryx, they make expensive clothing, and their civilian stuff is worn by the more well to do, or the consumer who buys his gear for the next 10 seasons
. You can find some righteous deals on their civy gear this time of year, and if it's too much, the competition is... well, it's competetive.
That all being said....
From a dealer's perspective, I will echo the previous comments on sizing; go with short, regular and long.
You guys make awesome high end kit and people love it... except I think I am yet to sell a single pair of your pants, really, why even bother with that many models when one type of pant could cover the full spectrum of what people want out of austere weather pants? Make one level six item and drop the others. Make it slightly baggy for underlayers, easy removal, and make it competetively priced with what other cold/ wet wx clothing is out there.
NOW, my biggest pet peeve, accept this fact and you will make $$$$!!! Some of your customers are big dudes; not fat, but big; in America we have muscles, to include elite SOF units whose $ you seek. Make items that fit them, or don't make $ off of them. How hard is that to understand? Yeah, we have guys built like cross country skis, slim, light, built for the long haul. However, some of our boys can smoke the piss out of those lanky fucks and pack some girth, it's a fact, ignoring that fact loses you sales.
TAD Gear liked to tell people in so many words to lose weight if they wanted to fit into their shells... guess what? I know guys in XXXXX that don't fit in your shit because they have big shoulders, barrel chests, and 22 inch biceps. Don't make the same mistake that FAD did. Boney arms don't carry 30 lbs worth of machine gun and ammo very well, some of us are big guys, not all, but some... ACCEPT THIS FACT AND MAKE CLOTHES FOR THEM. I'm not fat (my name is an ironic nickname) and some of your items don't fit me with base layers on. That = no soup for you! It's that simple. Honestly my winter coat is a NF jacket I got on sale with a fleece liner in OD for $150, it fits better than any A'Tx item out there on me, and standing on the top of Whistler in high winds didn't even get a "brrrr" out of me, $150, just sayin', that coat's going to my next winter warfare tng and on any OEF rotation I'll do. Why? Because it fits, I could have pulled a Combat Jacket off my shelves for T&E, but it's not working with what I anticipated having to wear under it.
If you refuse to build for the bigger boned, just close your eyes and pretend you're sewing items for snowboarders who want baggy clothes, that won't be a stretch.
FR? Base layers in FR wouldn't hurt.
HTH, this wasn't meant to be a flame session, I have $20K worth of your gear on my shelves and sell it for a great reason, but there is definitely room for improvement, so there's my constructive criticism.