For the most frigid belays and high alpine ascents, make sure to pack along the Rab Neutrino Pro Jacket. Stuffed to the brim with insulation, yet still light on weight and highly packable, this jacket is a must-have for the serious alpine adventurer, thanks to its 800-fill hydrophobic down. Hydrophobic down offers the same warmth you would expect from other down, but dries quicker and retains its loft when wet, giving you assurance against any snow or mixed precipitation you might come across when you're far from home. The adjustable hood fits easily over a climbing helmet for a snug and secure fit on cold multi-pitch belays, and when you need to rock lighter insulation along with a shell, you can stuff the Neutrino Pro into its stuff sack and toss it into your pack until you need it again.
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