Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Women's

Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Women's
Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Women's
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Microlight Alpine Down Jacket - Women's by Rab
The Rab Microlight Alpine Down Jacket keeps you warm and cozy whether you're belaying during an alpine climb, skiing in the backcountry, or commuting across town. The Pertex Microlight face fabric is extremely lightweight and durable, and the nylon lining prevents feathers from poking out. A DWR coating protects the down from exposure to moisture keeping you warm through light precipitation. Insulated with 750-fill Nikwax hyrophobic goose down, the Microlight Alpine jacket provides toasty heat with a trim fit that leaves room for layering. This includes the down-filled hood with its wired peak. And since the jacket has a mini stitch-through baffle construction, your body heat stays where it needs to and it easily packs away into your backpack.

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SKU: RAB00HP
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