Rab Downpour Hooded Jacket - Women's

Rab Downpour Hooded Jacket - Women's
Rab Downpour Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Downpour Hooded Jacket - Women's by Rab
You snuck out of town for the long weekend in the hopes of escaping the rain, but you didn't make it far enough. Rather than hiding out in the cabin as the rain falls, arm yourself with the Rab Women's Downpour Hooded Jacket and get outside. Its Pertex Shield construction shrugs off anything from a light drizzle to the steady fall of rain to keep you dry and comfortable whether you're watching raindrops ripple across the still pond or hiking to the overlook. Underarm zippers let you dump heat when things start to heat up on the climb, while the adjustable hood lets you customize your coverage to keep you as dry as possible. A lightweight, packable design makes this jacket easy to toss in your pack on days when the skies threaten rain.

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SKU: RAB00E2
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