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Rab Continuum Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

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    Continue in the cold.

    Your body stays plenty warm when you're climbing, but standing at those belays sure get cold, especially when you're in the alpine. The Women's Continuum Hooded Down Jacket is Rab's lightweight, compressible option that you can bring with you for the belay and stuff inside its sack when it's time to climb. Its 850-fill down insulation is Rab's loftiest insulation, and while that doesn't mean this puffy is the warmest option, it will pack down better and weigh less than other insulators in the same category. Rab treated the down with Nikwax to retain its loft warmth when things get wet, and the water-resistant shell bolsters the jacket's allover defense against moisture.

    • Light, packable down jacket for alpine climbing and mountaineering
    • 850-fill down insulation is Rab's loftiest down available
    • Nikwax hydrophobic treatment helps down retain warmth in moisture
    • Pertex Quantum GL fabric is windproof and water-resistant
    • Adjustable hood and hem maintain a secure fit
    • Included stuff sack made out of the same Pertex Quantum GL fabric
    • Item #RAB00F5

    Tech Specs

    Pertex Quantum GL
    850-fill goose down
    Baffle Construction
    Center Back Length
    2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, backpacking, casual, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, hiking, ice climbing, mountaineering, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding, sport climbing, trad climbing
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    Best Insulation I've ever owned

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XS
    • Height: 5'5"
    • Weight: 100lbs

    I run extremely cold so I'm always looking for insulation that will keep me warm without making me look like the Michelin Man - and I finally found it with Rab! I've owned this jacket for almost a year now, worn it in all sorts of conditions, all around the world, and I couldn't be happier. It's form fitting, without out feeling restrictive, plus it's supper cozy.

    Newly Obsessed with Rab Now

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'4"
    • Weight: 120lbs

    I was looking for a puffy jacket to wear while skiing. I'm sure you're thinking "just ski harder..." and yeah, the harder you work, the warmer you stay. I'm just a pansy about the cold (grew up in TX) and I always shiver on the lift ride up. So I wanted something lightweight, thin enough to wear under my softshell and most importantly, mobile. I started skiing because the snow covered up all the rock climbs, which tells you that the body part that prohibits comfortable wear of most clothing for me is my lats. I had come to the assumption that a jacket that doesn't billow away from my waist while allowing me full range of motion through the shoulders was a mythical dream; I would have been willing to settle for warm. I went to the Backcountry warehouse, and tried on every 700+ fill puffy on their shelves. Discarded anything bulky, and conducted the handstand test on all of the remainders. Hands down, (see what I did there...) no better way to test the overhead mobility of a jacket.

    It's been a year of wearing this jacket skiing, climbing AND belaying, to coffee shops, and in my wood shop, along with a dozen other places I didn't expect to want to wear it or subject it to. Its construction is burly (it holds up amazingly on approaches in the desert), but it feels like wearing air. I look like a woman instead of a "seaglass-colored" marshmallow while wearing it. I can wear it both under my softshell and over my wool sweaters without issue, and yet I don't take up 4 extra inches just because I've got it on. And I finally feel like I don't numb out between tree runs. I can't wait to have a reason to buy another one of these, but I doubt I'll get a chance any time soon, since after a year of abuse, the only difference about this jacket between now and the day I bought it are the sawdust stains at the wrists. I'm bad at laundry, but I know good warms. This is a winner!

    Didn’t get to finish...

      I didn’t get to finish my review. Oops. Anyway, I wanted to give it 5 stars, but I took one star away simply for the fact that the feathers do start poking out pretty quickly. I have only had the jacket since Christmas, and I’ve already had feathers poking through. This made me unhappy due to the price of the jacket. I was hoping for longer longevity of the product :/ (oh and I’ll throw in here that customer service was pretty great... I got my first jacket and it had a rip in it and they gave free return shipping and replaced it with no questions asked.)

      Deceivingly Warm

        This jacket is light and not-so-puffy, which is what I wanted. However, it packs some heat, literally! I’ve worn this in freezing temperatures with little to no activity (watching ice races) as well as high/impact activity (snowmobiling... could be brutal without the right gear), and have stayed surprisingly warm! I’m also pretty happy with the color. I like neutrals, so a blue jacket seemed a bit “loud” for me, but I like it! I landed on this jacket based off of recommendations from a Backcountry-sponsored influencer on Instagram.

        Easily satisfied with the best

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: small
        • Height: 5'
        • Weight: 105lbs

        I spent ages searching for the perfect women's down and the wait was well worth it. This jacket offers both the warmth of a down layer, while remaining streamline and minimal. I use the jacket primarily for ice mixed climbing where I require extra warmth, however hate the bulk most layers offer. It fits in a flattering and technical way- I receive compliments every time I've worn it! I've had it approximately 6-9 months and it has held up brilliantly through some REALLY FUN adventures without any signs of wear. I did size up (typically wear an xs) as the arms and across the shoulders seems to fit snuggly especially with a developed upper body you tend to gain from climbing, but the small fits perfectly all over. COULD NOT BE HAPPIER !!

        Lighterwieght with warmth? Accomplished!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Small
        • Height: 5'2"

        I wanted to try a lighter weight Rab jacket. Continuum actually has kept me as warm even in wind/breeze! Of course it keeps me warm (almost too warm in the 40’s), but it has kept me warm in the teens and 20’s (F). Mind that I’m using this jacket in the city as I don’t have a car so I do a lot of walking and having to stand and wait and walk in bitter weather in Utah. I’ve been able to wear light-heavy weight under this jacket (small is what I purchased). If I wanted a more “fitted” look I would have gotten an XS but then the under layers might not work so well. I also can wear a shell (another brand) over this. What I really like is 1) the cuffs on the wrists are elastic and not the adjustable kind. This just keeps the cold out automatically and the sleeves are NOT exactly as long as my arms, but slightly longer, so it’s great (I don’t have feedback for those who have long arms). 2) The zipper hand pocket are nicely placed and my items in the pockets are safe from falling out (the zippers are vertical). 3) feminine look, 4) BEST is the warmth - A+++++++ 5) second best is the abrasion quality - it looks like and maybe feels like a delicate jacket, but this is rugged without being like steel. It’s brilliant!!!! 6) Hood is large and covers your whole head and comes down over your forehead - which is a miracle as many hoods seem to not do that. I have become a Rab supporter and highly recommend their products - for quality, endurance, life-time functionality is as stated from Rab. Price is an issue most of the time for me, but I will say that for some brands, Rab is it’s every penny worth it.

        A+ backpacking puffy

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Large
        • Height: 5'11"
        • Weight: 180lbs

        I've taken this jacket on several summer/fall camping and backpacking trips in the Sierra and absolutely love it. I regularly wear it in the morning and evening in camp, and it's light enough and packs down small enough (in its own pocket!) that I don't hesitate to throw it in my pack for day hikes.

        It's not quite as light as a certain other "spooky" down jacket, but having tried both, I found that the Continuum fit much more comfortably in the shoulders. For me, that comfort is worth a few extra ounces - and it really is an all-around comfy jacket. For my 5'11"/180lb frame, size large is trim while accommodating a midweight baselayer or even a thin fleece. I've worn it with a thin fleece midlayer while walking around or doing camp chores and been comfortable down to just below freezing.

        The shell material feels very delicate, but so far it's held up well. Granted, I've mostly worn it in camp (no bushwhacking in it yet or moving hard against sharp rocks), but I stuff the jacket into a zippered stuff sack to use as my pillow at night and regularly stuff it in and out of its own stuff sack/pocket, and I've had no problems with the material snagging on zippers. Also of note, the brim is stiff enough to stand up when worn but not so stiff or poky that I notice it when using the jacket as a pillow.

        The cuffs are a little plasticky-feeling - a touch of microfleece or tricot would be an improvement - but that's a minor annoyance on what's otherwise a great jacket.

        PRETTY 😍

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: M
        • Height: 5'11"

        First off - this jacket is flippin' gorgeous. I saw it in the color Violet, fell in love, and then pounced on purchasing at the instant I saw it for a discounted price. I am 5'11"/an athletic build and got the size M/UK12. The jacket fits perfectly and is SO LIGHT AND SO COZY. I love that I can fit this jacket under my Patagona River Salt Jacket and a pair of waders during a chilly fly fishing sesh, and still stay warm and comfy.