Nebula Pro Jacket Men’s

Nebula Pro Jacket Men’s

Rab USA

$275.00

Ideal for winter Munro bagging or long days in the hills, the Nebula Pro is a quick-drying insulated jacket designed for winter adventures in cold, damp conditions.A resilient outer layer you can wear throughout winter, the Nebula Pro is made from Pertex Quantum Pro, a water repellant, weather resistant fabric. Our Cirrus™ insulation lofts like down even in the wet, keeping you comfortable even as you ascend into clouds or if bad weather blows through. A helmet-compatible hood with flexible polymer peak, and two-way opening front zip with insulated baffle provide added protection from the elements when belaying.In a regular fit to accommodate layers, the Nebula Pro Jacket includes a zipped internal security pocket and two zipped handwarmer pockets. The left side doubles as an integrated stuff sack so you can stash the jacket if conditions improve, making it perfect for the changeable cold damp conditions experienced in winter in the Cascades. 

Specifications:

  • Insulation - Cirrus™: 274g / 9.7oz
  • Pertex® Quantum Pro windproof and water resistant outer fabric
  • Atmos™ 100% Nylon rip-stop lining
  • Stitch-through midi-baffles
  • Helmet compatible hood with flexible polymer peak
  • 2-way opening YKK® VISLON® front zip with insulated baffle
  • 2 YKK® zipped hand warmer pockets, left side doubles as integrated stuff sack
  • 1 YKK® zipped internal security pocket
  • Part elasticated cuffs with anti-snag hook and loop adjustment
  • Hem drawcord
  • Fit: Regular

Weight: 586g / 20.7oz

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