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 £350.00

 £350.00

 £350.00

 £350.00

Product Code: A1213381

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Product Information

The Men's Zero G Jacket is an innovative down jacket that will keep the most ruthless gram counters happy. It boasts ultra-fine 7 denier Pertex Quantum GL fabric to house the 1000 fill power down that will keep you warm and toasty when you need it to. The stitch through midi channel construction keeps the insulation evenly distributed while the semi-elasticated hem and elasticated cuffs offer a great, heat retaining fit, at all times. Two zipped hand pockets are great for stashing essentials and the insulated hood helps to keep your head warm too. All this for just over 300g? Yes please!


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Product Features

  • Fabric: Pertex Quantum GL (100% nylon, 7D, 22g/m2)
  • Insulation: RDS certified European goose down (1,000 fill power, 130g)
  • Stitch through, midi-channel construction
  • Down filled hood with flexible polymer peak
  • Full length YKK Vislon front zip with insulated zip baffle
  • 2 concealed zip hand pockets
  • Semi-elasticated hem
  • Elasticated stretch woven cuffs
  • Quantum GL stuff sack
  • Slim fit
  • Weight: 310g

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Reviews

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8 reviews

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(7.8 out of 10)
Garment comfort
8.9
Garment fit
8.4
Garment quality
8.6
Garment look
9.4
Value for money
6.6
Overall rating
7.8
Scores 7.8 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
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(5 out of 10)

iain

New Zealand Enthusiast
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Super light and warm. Packs away to nothing.
It's a work of art - but really just too fragile to feel comfortable wearing it. I am almost afraid to use it for fear of damage.
Confirmed purchase: 11 May 2017
Published on: 29 May 2017
(8 out of 10)

Jesper

Copenhagen Expert
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Normaly I use a hard shell jacket on top of an down jacket in bad weather

But I tested the Rab jacket in light rain and it did fine in 30 min which I think is good

I also tested the jacket in light snowing in minus 3 degrees and it did fine for about an hour without getting wet inside which I also think is good

And I have use the jacket in stronger wind, and it is also windproof at a good level

The jacket is very light and good comfort
More downs have come out of the jacket within the first 2 weeks I don´t like that ?

Side pocket zipper is too small zipper - why is it not the same and slightly larger and stronger zipper which also is use in the middle of the jacket ?
Confirmed purchase: 13 February 2017
Published on: 03 March 2017
(9 out of 10)

matthew

Cheshire Enthusiast
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I recently used this jacket above 3000 feet in a blizzard and minus 12, I had a base layer and softshell underneath and was super warm. The down fluffs up really fast and wraps you in that familiar warm embrace any good quality down jacket does. The fit is slim but with the ability to tailor the fit when needed to cover various body shapes. It is slightly longer in the rear which is welcome in windy conditions and the cuffs are elasticated so easily pull over gloves to keep the elements out. The jacket feels robust even though it is super light, I scrambled over countless boulders and rocks and it didn't leave a mark on it.
My only concern with the jacket is the cost. While I understand 1000 fill power down is more expensive to pack in the baffles I still think the price point is a little on the high side. Saying that I wouldn't give it back...
Confirmed purchase: 11 December 2016
Published on: 24 January 2017