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AXION PRO JACKET
AXION PRO JACKET
AXION PRO JACKET
AXION PRO JACKET
AXION PRO JACKET
AXION PRO JACKET
AXION PRO JACKET

Rab

AXION PRO JACKET

¥40,700 ¥28,490

Product number: QDE-64

Down jacket for rocky mountains on cold days, winter traversing and trekking.
The outer material uses Pertex Quantum Pro, which has excellent windproof and waterproof properties.
In addition, all fabrics and down used are recycled.
This is an eco-friendly jacket.
A full-fledged down jacket made by a full-fledged outdoor manufacturer is characterized by functionality and mobility, as well as maximum warmth that can withstand harsh environments.
This price with this spec.
Recommended item with excellent cost performance.


Outer material: Pertex® Quantum Pro recycled nylon 20 denier
DWR (durable water repellent treatment)
Lining: 20 denier recycled nylon
Insulation: Italian PURE recycled down 700FP
Nikwax® water repellent down (fluorocarbon free)

Weight: 768g
Down amount: 295g (size L)

*Rab authorized agent All products in our store (LandR) are listed in UK sizes.
It is recommended that you choose one size smaller than your usual Japanese size, although we know that the fit may differ slightly depending on your preference. Doing.




What is Rab?
Rab, named for its founder Robert's chemistry, was founded in England in 1981 by Robert Carrington in the attic of his home. The brand started with the creation of high-quality, functional down jackets and sleeping bags using two sewing machines.
A world-famous European outdoor brand that develops high-quality clothing and sleeping bags specialized for extreme cold environments and alpine mountaineering around the world.
It has received tremendous support from European and American consumers, including being awarded the Editor's Choice (the best product of the year by experts) from the American mountaineering magazine BACKPACKER.