Rab Altus Insulated Jacket - Women's

Rab Altus Insulated Jacket - Women's
Rab Altus Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Altus Insulated Jacket - Women's by Rab
Summers in the PNW are pretty groovy--mild temperatures, immaculate granite, winding trails through the evergreens, and volcanoes aplenty for skiing corn snow--but the weather-hardy souls who stay through the winter better be ready for cold and damp conditions. Technically-focused and designed for alpinists, the Rab Women's Altus Insulated Jacket offers evolved synthetic wet weather performance with a true equivalence to the compressibility and warmth-to-weight ratio of down.Rab's Cirrus 3M Featherless Insulation is wrapped in durable Pertex Quantum outer fabric with mini baffles, resulting in a jacket that shrugs a victorious "meh" in the face of sleet, snow, and rain. A slim fit layers well under harnesses, and Lycra-bound elasticized cuffs seal out the elements and keep your hands free. Weighing in at 12. 5oz, the Altus is so light you'll almost forget it's even in your pack or on your back.

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SKU: RAB00DA
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