Rab Double Pile Jacket Women's


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Warm women's fleece jacket

The Rab Women's Double Pile Jacket is a very warm pile fleece jacket with wind protection in the front. The Double Pile Jacket has a double layer of pile fleece fabric in the back of the jacket giving extra warmth. The front of the jacket and sleeves are lined with wind resistant microfibre fabric, helping maintain warmth. Three zipped pockets can carry essentials and drawcords in the hem and collar let you cinch the jacket in, keeping the warmth in and the winter chill at bay.

  • Durable insulating Berber Pile fabric
  • Double layer of Pile on back for extra warmth
  • Wind resistant microfibre lining in front panel and arms
  • 2 YKK zipped pockets and 1 inside zipped security pocket
  • YKK front zip
  • Adjustable high warm collar and hem drawcord
  • Medium cut4


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