The Women's Geon Jacket is a mid-weight stretch fleece offering low bulk insulation for climbing, scrambling and hiking in cold conditions.
Take the all-mountain approach with the Rab Women’s Geon Jacket. Featuring mid-weight Thermic stretch fleece and a smooth, easy-layering design, this midlayer is purpose-built for the mixed high-energy pursuits of Big Mountain adventure.
Our Women’s Geon Jacket is an extremely versatile garment. On the one hand, it provides accessible winter comfort for fast-paced cold-weather hiking, scrambling and climbing. On the other, its polyester-based Thermic stretch fleece construction enables it to function equally well as a quick-grab insulator for early summer starts and cool rest periods. In addition to its flexible low-bulk fit, the fabric uses a brushed grid backer, increasing warmth and comfort without compromising the jacket’s ability to move moisture through the layers and away from your skin.
With its easy-flex athletic shape and low-profile flatlock seams, the Geon Jacket will sit comfortably between a base layer and an outer shell, keeping you warm and dry when pushing hard in the mountains.
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The Rab Women's Geon Jacket - Eggplant has the following sustainability attributes...
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