Rab Double Pile Jacket


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The Double Pile jacket is the heaviest and warmest fleece that Rab make. The Double Pile uses a double layer of Berber Pile fabric in the back of the jacket to provide extra warmth. The front of the jacket and sleeves have a wind-resistant micro fibre lining that adds further warmth and comfort to the jacket. As well as wind resitance the micro fibre lining also makes layering the jacket much more comfortable, especially when worn over a short sleeved top. 2 zipped handwarmer pockets and a zipped internal pocket provide space for essentials. The high, warm collar and hem drawcord trap warm air. Ideal for both at home as a layering piece for trekking and as a single layer for day to day use through the winter.

  • Durable and insulating Berber Pile fabric
  • Double layer of Pile on the back creates extra warmth
  • Wind resistant microfibre lined front panel and arms
  • 2 x YKK zipped pockets and 1 inside zipped security pocket
  • YKK front zip
  • Adjustable high warm collar and hem drawcord
  • Medium cut


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