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Rab Neutrino Endurance Down Jacket - Men's

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    Laugh in the face of savage sub-zero temperatures thanks to the supreme warmth of the Rab Men’s Neutrino Endurance Down Jacket. The durable Pertex Endurance face fabric wards off wet weather conditions while the Pertex Quantum lining gives you freedom to move so you’re always the first one at the bottom of the run. Since this jacket has incredibly warm Nikwax hydrophobic European goose down Insulation with stitch-through baffle construction, your body heat stays exactly where it needs to. But despite its massive warmth and cozy fit, it easily packs down inside the included stuff sack so your already-bursting expedition pack won't blow a seam.

    • Pertex Endurance face fabric
    • Pertex Quantum lining
    • Nikwax hydrophobic European goose down insulation
    • Stitch-through baffle construction
    • Chest and hand-warmer zip pockets
    • Item #RAB007R

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] Pertex Endurance (30D nylon), [lining] Pertex Quantum (20D nylon)
    Insulation
    800-fill Nikwax hydrophobic European goose down
    Fill Weight
    9 oz
    Baffle Construction
    stitch-through
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    [external] 2 handwarmer zip, [internal] 1 chest zip
    Claimed Weight
    22 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Tried and True!

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

    This is hands down the best jacket for cold, windy, dry conditions. It's the perfect balance between weight, toughness, and warmth. The photo below was taken in the Cordillera Blanca of Peru with a wind chill of -20 at sunrise. Three of us had this jacket and stayed warm. The other folks weren't so warm...



    I also just spend 3 weeks ice climbing in Ouray and it did the trick everyday. I've had it for 3 year now and it's showing almost no ware.



    Due to all these factors, I highly recommend this jacket to my students that come to my advanced mountaineering courses in Peru. To see what those conditions look like and where this jacket is most at home, you can check this out- https://youtu.be/gR6JxNibrb4

    Tried and True!

    Needed a B I G puffy

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

    Having a few lighter down garments, like the P down sweater - I found myself needing something bigger for when I was not exerting myself and when the temps really dipped.



    After much research and hemming and hawing, deliberating and blah blah I finally pulled the trigger on this jacket.



    When these cold snaps hit recently I wore it and I was comfy, but the real test came on a snowy backpack trip last weekend. The first night was definitely in the low 20's, perhaps the upper teens and the second night was 24.



    This coat was packable when I was hiking and once I reached the campsite, I broke this jacket out and never took it off the entire time I was stationary. When I walked around for firewood I actually had to unzip and vent to keep from breaking a sweat.



    Even better - I always have problems when trying to use spare clothes as a pillow when in my sleeping bag. I tucked my Rab into the head of my Big Agnes Storm King hood (it fit like it was made for it) and had the best sleep I've ever had on the trail. BONUS - great pillow, much better than wadded up shirts or other articles of clothing.



    I was told this jacket ran small. Often depending on the cut I wear a medium or a large. I went with the large and it is perfect. I'm 5-10" and 185lbs.

    So, if you are stationary (belaying) or just in a coldazz bivouac situation this is the coat for you.



    Cheers,

    FFN

    Needed a B I G puffy

    Best Bang for your Buck

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: small

    Recently purchased this jacket from the glowing reviews on this website and on Outdoorgearlab. Let me tell you this jacket is extremely warm and light. It gets so warm that you should definitely use the pouch to carry it indoors. I'm from Toronto, Canada and I had to drive to Buffalo to get this jacket because they don't have Rab in Canada and you can't find anything similar at the price. I've used it in -10Celsius with a t-shirt underneath without a problem. Back-country did a excellent job shipping the jacket in two days, in excellent condition.

    First time out was great

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Took it for a test run on mount Adams. First off, I love the size that it stuffs down to, it fit in my day pack with room to spare. The day we went there was 3 feet of snow in the forecast, so we planned an early summit. I put it on once we were on the glacier field and the temperature was around 30. I had a fleece under layer that I ditched after I put the jacket on, (I tend to run warm). It really flexed its muscle on our way back down, when the weather began to turn. 30 mph winds, and heavy snow. It performed beyond my expectations, the wind and water didn't come through once.

    Love it!

      This is the second RAB jacket that I have purchased. Really what lead me to purchase my second one was my experience with the first RAB - the quality and durability is outstanding. The warmth is also excellent - especially when compared to similar jackets of other brands. My first RAB jacket I have had for 4 years and there is nothing wrong with it....still works like a charm...I just wanted to get one with a hood. To me these things are like the best kept secret from the big box stores (i.e. REI..). BTW - I work in a corporate setting and thought this thing wouldn't be appropriate given it is not very formal but I am astonished at the number of compliments that I have received. I wear this thing in MN where winters are cold and it keeps me toasty warm!

      All my complaints have been addressed!

      • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      The original Rab Neutrino has been a VERY popular puffy for years. This updated version addressed BOTH of my major complaints about the old jacket.

      Rab has improved the zippers by using the bigger-toothed YKK VISLON zippers which move smoothly and quickly. My biggest complaint on the older version was the finicky old zippers which were difficult to start and which wouldn't zip up quickly with a single pull. Rab's competitors (like Mountain Equipment) started using the better zippers two years ago. Rab has finally followed suit! The pocket zippers are also updated!

      Secondly, the fit has improved! (At least for me). I'm 5'8 with a 40-inch chest wearing a medium. The older style model felt SNUG under my armpits and felt restricting with activity. This had to do with the fabric pattern and how the arms were stitched to the torso. My new Rab no longer feels snug under my armpits when I'm moving! Awesome!

      Rab claims that the new jacket also has more down (25 more grams, just shy of one ounce). I don't really notice this. My last gripe is that Pertex Endurance isn't the most breathable fabric, but given the weight and cost considerations, and given that this puffy really is a belay puffy (not really for strenuous sustained aerobic output), I understand that the use of Endurance is good compromise.

      I haven't used it long, but I know how it will perform based on the old Neutrino. All my complaints about the old Neutrino have now been fixed! I'm stoked!

      Sizing? I am 6'2", 215 lbs. 43 chest, 35 sleeve, 35 waist. I just had to return an Arcteryx Atom AR size large because it was too small in the chest/shoulders/armholes. Should I get a L or XL in the Neutrino?

      Best Answer

      44 chest, 35 sleeve. I can wear the 2015 edition large comfortably over a light base and a Patagonia Nano Puff as a 2nd layer. The < 2015 large was slightly tight in the armholes. If I wanted to wear a thicker 2nd layer I would order a XL. Of course YMMV.

      Is the current jacket being offered their "revised Autumn/Winter 2015" version? The zips are now "YKK Aquaguard" and the hood was updated and has a Velco-free roll down system to stow away hood? Is there a picture of what that looks like? thanks..