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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Delta LT Zip Men's

Arc'teryx
Delta LT Zip Men's

£44.99 (inc Vat)
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£145.70 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Synthetic-Filled-Clothing Atom SL Hoody Men's Arc'teryx
Atom SL Hoody Men's

Super light, lightly insulated Coreloft™ hooded jacket with air permeable side panels for outdoor action. Perfect 3 season midlayer. Ideal all year round for heading down a trail by wheel or foot.

£118.10 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Synthetic-Filled-Clothing Atom LT Vest Men's Arc'teryx
Atom LT Vest Men's

An amazing classic piece to pop on over your layers in the winter, or a quick extra layer in the Summer over a t-shirt / Base Layer. Perfect for those that are active but get a bit chilly on their adventures.

£116.87 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Jackets Neothermo Hoody Marmot
Neothermo Hoody

£111.91 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Pullovers M's R1 Hoody Patagonia
M's R1 Hoody

A classic piece from patagonias range...it's a classic for a very good reason! With outstanding performance across multiple sports, exceptional cut and functional details. We think you'll be impressed!

£108.77 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Trousers Power Stretch Pro Bib Rab
Power Stretch Pro Bib

Light-weight fleeced bib, in a Polartec® Power Stretch Pro® fabric, designed for layering use in cold conditions. Perfect for outdoor adventures on the mountains.

£104.42 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Jackets Power Stretch Pro Jacket Women's Rab
Power Stretch Pro Jacket Women's

Rab Power Stretch Pro Jacket Women's is a Polartec mid-weight fleeced hoody, baselayer for cold environments. Designed for activities in cold environments

£91.32 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Pullovers Zoa Hoody Women's Arc'teryx
Zoa Hoody Women's

Arcteryx Zoa Hoody is like the little black dress of the outdoor world.It's flattering, comfy and 'oh so soft!' A firm favourite as a running/climbing/travelling lightweight midlayer of choice. Definitely a mus...

Special Offer £89.99 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Jackets Konseal Hoody Men's Arc'teryx
Konseal Hoody Men's

Extremely sleek and comfortable Alpinist Hoody with a fantastically smart design; thumb loops and a built in neck gaiter that also doubles as a balaclava make this an excellent choice for active days out during...

£82.36 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Pullovers Delta AR Zip Neck Men's Arc'teryx
Delta AR Zip Neck Men's

Very popular Arc'teryx Fleece is offers great warmth to weight ratio whilst maintaining a good level of breathability. The Delta AR Zip Neck Men's jumper is moisture wicking with a deep chest zip for dumping he...

£80.20 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Pullovers M's Crosstrek 1/4 Zip Patagonia
M's Crosstrek 1/4 Zip

£78.31 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Jackets Double Pile Jacket Rab
Double Pile Jacket

The Double Pile Jacket 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 to add further wa...

£78.31 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Jackets Double Pile Jacket Women's Rab
Double Pile Jacket Women's

The Rab Women's Double Pile Jacket is a very warm women's pile fleece jacket with wind protection in the front. The double layer of pile fleece fabric in the back of the jacket gives awesome warmth. The front o...

Fleece

The job of a fleece garment is twofold. Its main purpose is to provide insulation, and as such a good fleece will be part of most days in the outdoors. The degree of insulation is provided by the pile of the fleece, ranging from a light microfleece through a number of weights, to garments that can only be used in extremely cold conditions. The second purpose is the control of air and moisture flow through the garment. The majority of fleece garments are designed to work as part of a moisture transportation system that starts with first layer or baselayer clothing followed by the breathable fleece garment and maybe a waterproof or windproof shell over that. This keeps the body dry and comfortable when working and when resting.

We have microfleeces, which can be used as a light jumper or a warm thermal base layer, from several sources. They are very soft to touch and feel lovely on. Summer pieces should provide some warmth, but also wick very well to keep you dry and comfortable. Powerstretch garments are made from a single-sided, stretchy fleece, and are great for providing unrestricted movement when climbing, for example.

We no longer stock windproof fleeces. These days most people go for a Soft Shell garment because they'll breathe better and won't feel so sweaty.

The key fleece for chilly conditions Rab is the Double Pile for both men and women. This attractive thickly piled fleece has a loftier pile than normal fleece and is therefore great for trapping lots of air next to the body and keeping you really warm.

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