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Rab Windveil Jacket - Women's

$124.95

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    Veiled versatility.

    Just like us, you've learned the hard way about layering properly while climbing at Otter Cliffs in Maine. So while your pals are chomping at the bit to go home, you're ready to keep on keepin' on with the Rab Women's Windveil Jacket. Crafted specifically to stop the wind but simultaneously permit moisture and heat to pass through the fabric, the Windveil is constructed with the lightweight yet breathable Pertex Microlight material which provides ample protection against the wind while the water-resistant treatment keeps that ocean spray at bay. In addition to its bulletproof construction, the Windveil is equipped with A-line pockets, an internal stuff sack, elastic cuffs, and an adjustable hood that's easily rolled down and stowed in the event you don't need it. 

    • Windproof
    • Water-resistant
    • Lightweight
    • Breathable
    • Hand pockets
    • Interior pocket doubles as stuff sack
    • Elastic cuffs
    • Adjustable and rollaway hood
    • Item #RAB00B9

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Pertex Microlight (100% nylon), DWR treatment
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Hood
    yes, adjustable and roll down
    Pockets
    2 hand
    Recommended Use
    climbing, hiking, running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    More than Awesome

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: S
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 120lbs

    Holy crap, this jacket is amazing.

    I bought the 2016 version (which I believe is the same), and waited a while to write a review. I waited so long in part because I was a little put off by certain details, like the hot pink elastic trim around the cuff and hood of my bright orange jacket which I found out about only upon arrival. (Not all women need everything trimmed with pink.) However, 6+ months in, and I've been sold.

    This jacket is awesome for a multitude of reasons. I was looking for a lightweight windbreaker that I could take on backpacking trips, but mostly for cycling. It's light weight, but it includes some really refined details that the uber ultralighters will decidedly miss. There is a collar inside the hood that keeps air out on fast cycling descents. You can roll the hood up and "attach" it to this collar, which prevents your hood from flapping during those same descents. There are two good sized hand pockets and an additional inside pocket that acts as a stow. The zippers are high enough that you can have a climbing harness on and still get into it. The fabric is nice and crisp, with a more natural hand than most lightweight windbreakers, which also keeps it from sticking to your skin. There is a stiff visor hood brim, which is AMAZING when you are running in the rain with this thing, preventing rain from going in your eyes. And oh yeah, the water beads right off. There is a little snap across the front chest that lets you ventilate while keeping the jacket semi closed (awesome when running and riding). Seriously, these designers thought about almost everything AND they still kept this really light and at a good price point. If you're torn between getting an ULTRA light jacket, and something with a little more bells and whistles, this one's the deal. It's won my heart. LOVE.

    Not quite impressed with this one.

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: S
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 118lbs

    I purchased both the Rab Windveil and Challenger jackets and compared them. See my detailed review under the Rab Challenger jacket. Am keeping the Challenger, this Windveil too thin for me, didn't fit as well, and seemed pricey given the "micro Pertex" fabric.