Neutrino Pro Down Jacket Men’s

Neutrino Pro Down Jacket Men’s

Rab USA

$385.00

The Neutrino Pro Jacket has been a favourite of mountaineers for the last twenty years. Updated for Winter 2021 with recycled materials and a new arm baffle design, the new Neutrino Pro is still incredibly lightweight and packable for such a warm jacket, and now has greater mobility and a lighter footprint.

Perfect for climbing Rainier, the North Cascades and 4-5000m peaks worldwide, this alpine down jacket is filled with 800 fill-power, certified goose down. This ultra-high lofting down is extremely insulative, even in freezing temperatures. The Neutrino Pro uses a recycled, wind and weather resistant Pertex® Quantum Pro outer, offering refuge from blizzards, withstanding snow, and spindrift. The new anatomically engineered twisted arm baffles improve arm pre-curve, enabling complete freedom of movement.  Other features:
  • 2-way YKK® VISLON® front zip with insulated storm flap for ease of use with a harness.
  • 1 YKK® zipped internal chest pocket
  • Fully adjustable, helmet compatible down-filled hood with stiffened peak for increased protection
  • 2 YKK® zipped hand pockets
  • Stitch-through construction
  • Larger ripstop over the shoulders and upper sleeve for added durability
  • Cuff adjustment and elastication for optimum fit when wearing gloves
  • Articulated sleeves for mobility. Adjustable hem. Stuff sack included

Down Fill Weight: 7.5oz / 212g
Jacket Weight: 1lb 4.6oz / 585g

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The Neutrino Pro Jacket has been a favourite of mountaineers for the last twenty years. Updated for Winter 2021 with recycled materials and a new arm baffle design, the new Neutrino Pro is still incredibly lightweight and packable for such a warm jacket, and now has greater mobility and a lighter footprint.

Perfect for climbing Rainier, the North Cascades and 4-5000m peaks worldwide, this alpine down jacket is filled with 800 fill-power, certified goose down. This ultra-high lofting down is extremely insulative, even in freezing temperatures. The Neutrino Pro uses a recycled, wind and weather resistant Pertex® Quantum Pro outer, offering refuge from blizzards, withstanding snow, and spindrift. The new anatomically engineered twisted arm baffles improve arm pre-curve, enabling complete freedom of movement.  Other features:

  • 2-way YKK® VISLON® front zip with insulated storm flap for ease of use with a harness.
  • 1 YKK® zipped internal chest pocket
  • Fully adjustable, helmet compatible down-filled hood with stiffened peak for increased protection
  • 2 YKK® zipped hand pockets
  • Stitch-through construction
  • Larger ripstop over the shoulders and upper sleeve for added durability
  • Cuff adjustment and elastication for optimum fit when wearing gloves
  • Articulated sleeves for mobility. Adjustable hem. Stuff sack included

Down Fill Weight: 7.5oz / 212g
Jacket Weight: 1lb 4.6oz / 585g

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