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Designed for maximum warmth during the worst conditions.

When your winter ascent reaches a high, exposed ridge, zip up the Rab Women’s Neutrino Plus Down Jacket for windproof coverage over your helmet and hindquarters. The thick, 800-fill goose down insulation holds in your body heat and the box wall baffle construction helps eliminate cold spots. A longer cut torso prevents drafts and the insulated, adjustable, helmet-compatible hood features a wired peak so it won’t flap in the wind while you’re traversing through the windy highcountry.

  • Tough, water-resistant fabric keeps you dry in a passing shower and in the constant blowing spindrift
  • Insulated storm flap and chin guard ensure the challenging weather stays out for good
  • Internal pockets hold goggles and other climbing essentials within reach
  • Super-lightweight design packs down small and stores in an included stuff sack

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5 5

Made my Minnesota winter bearable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This coat was my shield against -40 wind chills this past winter. My favorite features are the large insulated hood (no painful gusts ripping through my ears this season, large enough to accommodate a climbing helmet) and the lengthened back (cover's your butt!). I am around 5'11", 180, and I went with the XL so that I could wear layers. It is a true XL, and doesn't really accentuate any curves. It's not pretending to be a stylish city coat (along the lines of some of the Canada Goose women's range), but who cares when the warmth is unbeatable. If anything, you may actually overheat in this jacket on warmer days.

5 5

Best. Jacket. Ever.

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I told my husband that I wanted the warmest jacket in the entire world for Christmas, and he delivered. I am a true Winter Wimp, always freezing & avoiding the outdoors as much as possible in the winter. This jacket makes it feel like a beautiful Spring day in 20 degree weather - no joke. The fit is great (I found it's true to size, if not running slightly large) and there seems to be virtually zero way for cold air to get inside. The hood is large but fitted & stays put. The pockets are deep but VERY warm. The arms are a tad long in length (I'm fairly tall too - 5'8") but that is easily remedied with the velcro closures at each wrist. There are closures & cinchers everywhere to keep the air out & warmth in. One detail worth mentioning is the jacket is not black, it's more of a very dark grey. Not a deal breaker for me, but maybe for some.

Truly, you will not regret purchasing this jacket. It's worth every penny.

4 5

Like wearing a sleeping bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I got this jacket prior to climbing Mt Rainier because it seemed like the warmest thing out there and I have circulation problems. It rolls up decently small. Overall, it's massive. A smaller size would have been tighter around my middle and I wanted it loose for warmth. It comes nearly to my knees, and the pocket zips go very low so beware not to unzip all the way. When wearing this monster, it's like I'm wandering around camp in a sleeping bag. But I would not use it for active pursuits - this is a camp/rest time jacket, not an active layer. I am 5'4" and about 130 lbs and got a Medium.

5 5

Warmest

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This awesome jacket kept me warm most recently through a mountaineering trip this winter in The Sierras. It is great for climbing because it unzips both from top and bottom so that you can wear it conveniently with a harness. The hood also fits over a helmet. I am 5'10" and 155lb and use a size large because I needed the length on my arms. I am also, however, glad I got that size so I can layer underneath as well as get most out of the loft. I have never been cold wearing this jacket and strongly recommend it.

5 5

Holy Smokes

This thing is so warm that I had to take it off after a minute of wearing it in my apt, because I could feel my bodyheat building up. The length comes down about 2-3 in past my butt. The hood actually rolls up nicely with the stowage flap, and it also adjusts back well with the velcro on the hood. It cinches up really nice and easily around my face. This jacket feels warm enough that I could probably wear just a tee under it in 30F and stay toasty. It does ride up an inch or two when I raise my arms, but not such a biggie because of the length. The sleeves are nice an long too. The inner zipped pocket is about big enough for a phone or small camera, but no more. The inner mesh pocket is not firmly sewed into my jacket and is tearing off a little at one of it's top attachment corners. Overall a really nice jacket that has me looking forward to winter. Highly recommended when mega warmth is needed.

5 5

The following review is from a guy, but my wife loves her Neutrino too!

Definitely one of the best mid-weight down jackets on the market. I love the cut, weight, warmth, etc. I have an in-depth review with lots of pictures at http://www.gearthirty.blogspot.com/2012/02/rab-neutrino-down-jacket-review.html. I have also posted some pictures of my wife's neutrino endurance so women can get an idea of the fit. Keep in mind, the review and the pictures are of the Neutrino Endurance, NOT the Neutrino Plus, which is baffled, has slightly more down fill, and is about 5oz heavier.

5 5

Canadian Jen

This is the most deluxe down jacket out there. Super warm, lots of great features and the additional length is great for keeping the bum warm on short breaks in the backcountry. Obviously created by folks that know how to design and make a jacket that works in the alpine cold.

For anyone that gets cold easily this is the jacket for you. I get cold super fast due to a thyroid problem...but not anymore.