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Product Code: 13110322

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A lightweight softshell jacket for active mountain use

A lightweight softshell jacket designed for active mountain use, the Matrix DWS fabric of the Rab Men's Sawtooth Jacket provides plenty of stretch for when you need a little extra reach to find a climbing hold, and offers you high breathability with a reliable barrier to winds and showers.

The two handwarmer pockets are compatible with a rucksack or harness and big enough for a map and plenty of other essentials.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 440g
  • Fabric: Matrix DWS (88% nylon, 12% elastane)
  • DWR finish
  • Regular fit
  • Front zip with internal storm flap and chin guard
  • Tricot-lined collar
  • Raglan sleeves
  • Flatlock seams
  • Two zipped handwarmer pockets
  • Collar drawcord adjustment
  • Tab cuff adjustment
  • Drawcord hem adjustment

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6 Customer reviews for this product

 
Good for most conditions!
Reviewed By Michael, 24 Jun 2013

Theres a lot to say about a jacket like this. I got one for walking in the Peak District and the brecon beacons, and honestly a very worthy purchase. Not something to wear while walking, or a substitute for a waterproof (as it isn't), but it's the perfect piece of kit to put on when you have a break, as is a great wind stopper and will keep you warm on the top of a mountain. It is very light and I would recommend this jacket to anyone who is walking in medium cold temperatures (not for anything lower than -5 degrees I would say).

 

 

 
Top Class Softshell
Reviewed By Paul, 12 Feb 2013

First purchase both from Cotswold online and Rab so was a little dubious having kit delivered to NZ. What a relief, top quality product from Rab and top service from Cotswold online. The jacket is all i could have hoped for, light, durable and warm without being overly so. Have worn it for both sailing and biking so far and can find no flaws, plus it looks good enough to wear to the sailing club afterwards!

 

 

 
Great versatile jacket
Reviewed By Sheng-Lan, 03 Dec 2012

It's light, wind-proof and almost water-proof!
Moreover, it's unbelievably warm, the neck fleece works. The napoleon chest packet is very convenient. However, the only complaint is that this almost water-proof jacket has NO hood!
If it's hooded, I will give a five star comment!

 

 

 
Excellent light softshell
Reviewed By Richard, 04 May 2012

Love this jacket, it's very thin and weighs next to nothing yet protects you from the wind, is surprisingly warm and will even stand up to rain showers well. I've used it when cycling and even skiing in February, took a good long slide down a steep icy mogul field and the Sawtooth was easily rugged enough to take it. I also like the stretch fabric, great for ease of movement.

Basically, you'll probably forget you're wearing it, whilst it keeps you warm and dry.

 

 

 
Good Honest Jacket
Reviewed By richard, 04 Mar 2012

Wore this on my recent D of E expedition...I found it very breathable and with a good degree of stretch. Great fit and warmer than I thought it would be. It's a good, honest, light weight shell jacket which looks great whether I'm on my bike,hiking or just around town. A firm favourite!

 

 

 
Great no matter what
Reviewed By Dafydd, 04 Oct 2011

Climbed Mt Snowdon this summer and it was great as it was light to carry but kept me warm. Also wore when abseiling and was short enough so it didn't get in the way.

 

 

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