Rab Ebony Prosar Jacket
Looking to carry less on multi-day alpine adventures? With its technical Atmos fabrics and high-loft insulation, the superlight Prosar Jacket is the mountaineer’s down jacket of choice.
Whether you’re planning a spring ski tour or travelling hut to hut, the versatile Prosar Jacket is warm and extremely packable. The lightweight 10D Atmos shell and lining allows the ethically-sourced RDS-certified 800FP hydrophobic European goose down to loft fast, giving instant warmth with minimal weight. It also features zoned stitch-through construction for refined styling and bulk-free mobility during active mountain use. The tightly woven polyamide yarns of the Atmos fabric outer make it highly wind and water resistant and the jacket also includes a down-filled hood, low-profile elasticated cuffs, a pair of zipped hand pockets and a stuff sack for convenience on the move.
With a weight of just 371g, alongside zoned midi and nano baffles for improved down distribution, the Prosar Jacket provides excellent warmth and weather resistance for both alpine use and everyday insulation.
- Lightweight down-filled hood with elasticated opening
- Zoned midi and nano baffle stitch-through construction
- Atmos lightweight ripstop nylon outer is soft and packable
- High YKK zipped hand pockets
- Full length front YKK wind-resistant zip
- Lightweight elasticated cuffs and adjustable hem
- Main Fabric: Atmos 10D nylon, 28g/m², with DWR
- Lining: 10D nylon, 28g/m²
- Insulation: 800 fill-power European goose down with Nikwax hydrophobic (water-resistant) finish. (150g Size L)
- Composition: 100% polyamide outer with 100% polyamide lining
- Stuff sack included
- Weight:371g / 13oz
RAB EBONY PROSAR JACKET
"WE ARE THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE"
Rab is a United Kingdom mountaineering clothing and camping equipment manufacturer and supplier.
The company was founded in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, by mountaineer Rab Carrington. Their story began in 1981 in the attic of a small, terraced house in Sheffield where Rab Carrington made the first sleeping bag to bear his name. Hand-stitched and devised with his own ingenious eye, Rab's experience from years spent in the mountains was apparent in his designs, and soon there was popular demand from Rab's friends and the growing local climbing community.
But things didn't stop there. Word soon spread, and the Sheffield attic became a factory floor, creating sleeping bags and jackets for customers far and wide. Now, decades later, those honest, hard-wearing designs can be found all over the world; wherever adventurous individuals face up to the elements. From Himalayan peaks to cold, crisp evenings around a camp fire.