The Rab Women's Electron Down Jacket delivers turbo-charged warmth to keep you going when you're hiking, climbing, or skiing. Between its lightweight construction and technical features, the Electron ensures that winter doesn't stand a chance of stopping you from getting after it when temperatures drop. Pertex Endurance fabric is amazingly durable considering how light it is, and the DWR finish helps it repel light rain and snow. Lightweight and low-profile 800-fill goose down insulation offers surprising warmth, and it has a hydrophobic treatment to prevent it from getting soggy and losing its insulating properties in wet weather. Down also makes the jacket highly compressible so you can comfortably wear it under a technical shell while you ski or embark on alpine expeditions, and the entire jacket packs into its own pocket so you can stash it in your pack when conditions are more forgiving. The helmet-compatible hood is adjustable so you can get a secure fit whether you're wearing a helmet or not, and it has a wire brim so it shields your face from the elements without obscuring your field of vision. Elasticated cuffs and an adjustable hem seal out chilly drafts and blowing snow. Zippered pockets secure any essentials you want to keep handy.
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