Win Warmth with Recycled Insulation from Rab
We're giving one Trailspace reviewer two warm, sustainable Rab insulated jackets for winter—a fully recycled Microlight Alpine Down Jacket with hydrophobic down and a Xenair Insulated Jacket with recycled PrimaLoft Gold Active+ insulation.
Just review your own outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear on Trailspace and both could be yours. We'll draw one lucky member on Tuesday, December 21—the first day of winter.
For your chance to win, review your gear today.
Rab Recycled Insulation Giveaway
One lucky Trailspace reviewer will get these two jackets, available in men's or women's styles, for free. Keep both for yourself, or share one with a friend.
Rab's classic Microlight Alpine Down Jacket has been sustainably updated with 700 fill power P.U.R.E recycled hydrophobic down and a fully recycled ripstop nylon shell and lining.
P.U.R.E.—the only down recycling company certified by the Global Recycling Standard—reclaims down from post-consumer waste items like duvets and pillows. The down is sterilized, cleaned, treated with Nikwax hydrophobic treatment and graded into different qualities and fill powers resulting in the same insulation properties as virgin down.
The multipurpose Microlight Alpine Down Jacket is a versatile mountain layer or everyday jacket. It features zoned baffles to increase core warmth, three harness-compatible pockets, and a down-filled hood with stiffened peak ($280).
Adaptable, warm, and highly breathable, the synthetic insulated Xenair is engineered to hold warmth in when you’re resting and allow airflow when you're on the move. It's weather resistant and insulated with two weights of 55-percent recycled PrimaLoft Gold Active+.
Whether you're climbing, skiing, or trekking the Xenair Insulated Jacket is optimized for action. It features articulated sleeves, a two-way YKK VISLON front zip for easy belaying, and an insulated zip baffle with chin guard for comfort. This lightweight, multifunctional layer performs as an outer jacket on light and fast hikes or as a hard working midlayer in winter conditions ($200).
Write a review now through Monday, December 20, of your own outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear.
- Every complete, qualifying review received November 22 through December 20 counts as an entry. Yes, you're automatically entered.
- On Tuesday, December 21—the first day of winter—we'll draw one eligible gear reviewer to win this $480 prize.