Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Men's

Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Men's
Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Men's
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Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Men's by Rab
Anywhere the cold can be found, the Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket is sure to follow. Light on weight, big on warmth, and versatile enough to handle changing weather conditions, this jacket can easily step in as a trusted insulator for all of your cold-weather pursuits. It's got a durable, windproof, and water-resistant Pertex Quantum fabric to keep you protected from fickle winter weather, and 750-fill hydrophobic down insulation to keep you toasty warm, even when heavy rain and super-wet snow start to soak the insulation. The adjustable hood provides added protection from snow and wind, and when your adventure is over and you're sitting warm by the fire, you can easily pack it down into its stuff sack on throw it into your pack or suitcase.

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SKU: RAB00IR
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