Do a Google search using the terms "arcteryx squamish". Next click the Google "Shopping" option. Determine if the Squamish for sale was one of the 2013 color options versus the 2014 color options . Only if the color is Thalo Blue, you need to further look at the fabric specification part of the retailer listing for further clarification. Yesterday and again a few moments ago, when I did this, I found these vendors still selling remaining 2013 inventory: 1) Moosejaw, 2) TravelCountry, 3)backcountry.com, 4) Zappos, 5)CampSaver, 6)Mel Cottons, ect.
Regarding the number of hydrostatic head samples per jacket, I follow the ISO 811 standard which specifies 5 different 100 cm2 sample areas per garment and avoidance of any deep crease or fold marks.
The above "color" hotlinks didn't work. The 2014 colors can be found at http://www.backcountry.com/arcteryx-squamish-hooded-jacket-mens?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6Z29zc2FtZXJhIG55bG9uOjE6MTpnb3NzYW1lcmEgbnlsb24 and the 2013 colors can be found at http://www.backcountry.com/arcteryx-squamish-hooded-jacket-mens-arc3495?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6bHVtaW5hcmEgbnlsb246MTozOmx1bWluYXJhIG55bG9u
Prolite Gear's tests were done on a 2014 Squamish version. Their wind resistance test is not close to any international standard and there is no way to correlate it. Their hydrostatic head test is closer. Their HH cylinder appears to be much smaller (about 1/2 of the test area) than the 100 cm2 called for in the standard. Also they wait for visible leakage into their test cup whereas the standard calls for recording the point where water appears in the third place for the standard 100 cm2 test surface. For the 2014 version, I found 3 visible water points at 70mm and they found dripping into their test cup at 200mm.