Rab Nucleus Hoody


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 Full Zip Hoodie

This lightweight full zip hoody comes in a two-toned colour design (also a darker, grey black than the one pictured). Works well as an active mid- layer, or outer layer when in warmer conditions.

The technical fleece fabric provides warmth and effective moisture management, while providing a full range of movement- ideal for climbing, belaying and walking or other outdoor activities. There is a different texture on the inside to the outside to improve performance. The outer has a smooth, soft touch, which is durable and a heathered effect. The inside has a grid pattern which provides warmth without compromising breathability.

The close fitting hood will sit underneath your helmet as well as other layers to help retain more heat, finished with flatlocked seams make layering comfortable throughout the rest of the fleece. A Polygiene Stay Fresh treatment also helps to minimise odours, so you can work hard in this hoody and not worry about your smell, as this aims to neutralise odours- this meets the highest standards for skin safety and hygiene so don't worry if you have sensitive skin.

Ladies, if you are buying this for a fella- don't worry it looks great on! It is definitely acceptable to wear to a pub after going to the crag without looking like a total dirt-bag. What more would you want out of a hoody, technical warmth and style.

  • Fabric: 94% polyester, 6% spandex (226g/m²)
  • Weight: 336g
  • YKK front zip and 2 YKK zipped hand pockets
  • Chin guard


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