COMPETITION: WINNERS - Win A Rab Alpha Flux Jacket

by Rab Equipment May/2017
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WINNERS: rowlandh, Misha

Representing the pinnacle of lightweight, breathable insulation, the Alpha Flux jacket is an exciting new addition to the #NewBreed of mountain clothing being developed at Rab.

Highly breathable and lightly insulated, the Alpha Flux can be worn as an outer or mid-layer. As an outer, this jacket excels at keeping your body temperature in balance even when you are working hard in the mountains. As a mid-layer, it also performs impeccably, working with a variety of layering systems to quickly wick any moisture and retain warmth.

The excellent flexibility and a super-soft yet durable feel of the jacket is achieved by combining the latest Polartec® Alpha™ Direct technology with Thermic-lux™, a light, stretch fleece. The result is a lightweight perfectly balanced insulation piece, well suited to a wide range of mountain pursuits.

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Key Features:

  • Weight: 330g
  • Polartec® Alpha™ “Direct” 90 insulation
  • Under helmet hood
  • YKK® front zip with internal storm flap and chin guard
  • 2 zipped hand pockets
  • Stretch fleece side panels, cuffs and thumb loops with Polygiene® STAY FRESH odour control treatment
  • Fit: Slim
  • Available in men's and women's in sizes S-XXL and 8-16 respectively.


Available now, Rab are giving away both a men’s and a women’s Alpha Flux Jacket. For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

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