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You'll never run out of uses for the Aurora.

A balanced combination of stretch, water-repellency, extreme breathability, and light weight compelled Backpacker Magazine to recognize the Rab Women's Aurora Pull-On with a 2011 Editor's Choice award. Whether you're hiking in bright sun or dreary drizzle, the Aurora's thin softshell fabric offers just the right amount of protection from whatever is coming down out of the sky. This ultra-versatile pullover also packs down small, so you can always be sure to carry it on all your backcountry ventures.
  • UPF 50+ protection keeps UV rays from getting at your skin
  • Deep venting chest zip helps you dump heat on brisk ascents
  • One concealed zip pocket in the chest gives you quick access to small essentials
  • Low-profile hood adds protection and warmth
  • Open cuffs allow for easy rolling when needed
  • Light eight-ounce weight won't even be noticed in your pack

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The colours of the shirt I got differed from the photo: it is periwinkle (a bit more blue than picture) with the zipper a slightly deeper periwinkle and Rab in teal. I think this would be great in very specific conditions, it's a single layer, and comfortable, the sleeves are loooong but roll up, the hood is tight and the breast pocket is ample. A size small is loose on me (5'4" and 32 c and it is quite long. It is definitely not a shirt to look cute in but might be handy to have along for hikes when the weather suddenly changes. I think it would be uncomfortable to wear without something under it though. I'll probably keep it in my bag at work for cycling home when it starts to rain -- it packs smaller than a thin rainjacket.