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Rab Light Khaki Downtime Shirt


The Rab Downtime Shirt is a smart and practical down shirt jacket built with recycled fabric and stylish square quilting. The Downtime Shirt is designed for everyday use on cold days when you may need an additional layer to keep you warm indoors or outdoors. Insulated with 700FP Recycled Down with Nikwax Fluorocarbon-Free Hydrophobic Finish the shirt provides warmth without feeling heavy. The snap closure on the front and cuffs makes it easy to throw on when the chill sets in.

The Downtime Shirt features a windproof 20D Recycled Pertex Quantum outer which is light and soft allowing the down to loft fully. The Collar, Cuffs and pocket are insulated with 40gsm Stratus Synthetic Insulation for durability. There are 2 YKK zipped hand warmer pockets and a snap closure chest pocket for small essentials.

Rab Downtime Shirt Features

  • 20D Recycled Pertex Quantum (72gsm) with fluorocarbon free DWR
  • 100% Recycled Polyamide lining
  • 700FP Recycled Down with Nikwax Fluorocarbon-Free Hydrophobic Finish (100g/7.2oz Size M)
  • 40gsm Stratus Synthetic Insulation in collar, cuffs and chest pocket
  • 2 YKK zipped hand warmer pockets
  • 1 snap closure chest pocket
  • Button style front snap closures
  • Rab branded embroidery details
  • Main: 100% Recycled Polyester, Lining: 100% Polyamide (Recycled Fibres), Filling:80% Down recycled, 20% Waterfowl Feather


£170.00 Regular Price
£85.00Sale Price
  • RAB




    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. 




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