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The Rab Men's Xenon-X Jacket a super lightweight and packable synthetic Insulation jacket for active backcountry pursuits. Filled with 60g of Primaloft; Gold Active Insulation, this layer boasts a remarkable warmth-to-weight ratio and exceptional breathability. The durable Pertex Quantum; outer fabric is windproof and treated with DWR to protect you from those quick and unexpected weather changes. Thru-hikers and climbers will enjoy this reliably warm layer for its light weight, low-profile, and miniature footprint when stowed in its own pocket. Features of the Rab Men's Xenon-X Jacket Pertex Quantum outer fabric PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Active Under helmet hood, Lycra bound 2 Way opening YKK VISLON front zip, internal insulated baffle, chin guard 2 YKK zipped hand-warmer pockets 1 YKK internal zipped pocket, doubles as integrated stuff sack Elasticated cuffs, hem drawcord
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Perfect for your ice climbing trip to Norway and your mountaineering expedition in Peru, the Xenon Jacket for men will keep you warm on the mountain without weight you down. Tipping the scale at just 12 ounces, this super lightweight, synthetic insulated jacket is made with extremely light and durable Pertex Quantum GL fabric and stuffed with cozy Primaloft One insulation. It packs into its own chest pocket and clips to your harness for easy transport, and then you can pull it on at base camp or when you're on belay duty. A slim fit with a hem drawcord fits well under your harness or pack and seals out icy drafts.
- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version
The Rab Xenon Jacket is the answer to a lightweight and compressible synthetic jacket. The jacket packs away into its chest pocket making it easy to leave in the pack "just-in-case".
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
It's simple and sleek, and yet you may find that with its silky softness and lightweight warmth you don't want to go anywhere without the Rab Xenon Insulated Jacket. But with water-and wind-resistance and breathability, it makes sense. Good thing it also stuffs nicely into its pocket.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version