Rab AL Pull-On
Rab AL Pull-On
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Providing plenty of warmth while still remaining breathable, the Rab AL pull-on is a go-to midlayer for year-round adventures in the mountains or around town. Made with Polartec Power Grid Hi-Efficiency fabric, it’s moisture wicking and dries quickly in the event of a downpour ... Read More

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Apr 13, 2018
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How tight are these meant to fit? I usually wear Men’s L, but 43” on the chest means it’d be like a race fit cycling jersey.
Apr 13, 2018
scope
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Apr 13, 2018
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Could be just the bright color, but on the blue men's, sure looks like the zipper is longer than the black one.
Apr 13, 2018
Jwinstonc
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Apr 12, 2018
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This looks very similar to the Patagonia R1. Same fabric from what I can tell. If so - it's a great pullover. Super comfortable and versatile as a mid-layer or over a tshirt in 50-60. Fit is slim in body/arms. Arms are decently long. Not sure if Rab version fits the same. Only downside- the face has pilled some and looks a little shabby now after about a year of occasional wear.
Apr 12, 2018
RossT
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Apr 12, 2018
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The fabric used in this is the exact same fabric in the Patagonia Thermal Weight line, which is Polartec Power Grid High Efficiency (HE) @ 3.8 oz/sqy fabric weight.
The R1 is the regular Polartec Power Grid, and is the 6.8 oz/sqy fabric weight, which will be a lot warmer.
I'd say the temp range you mentioned, 50-60 degrees, is still accurate for this 3.8oz weight as an active layer, in case that helps anyone. I've never owned an R1 but I would imagine it would be suitable at 50-60 degree standing around in camp. But with this Rab, using the 3.8 oz HE fabric, just throw on a wind shell and you will drastically increase the thermal efficiency for colder active pursuits or those mild nights in camp.
Apr 12, 2018
Jwinstonc
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Apr 13, 2018
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Thanks for the reply and fabric info! Didn't realize there was a difference.
Yeah the 50-60 I mentioned on the R1 range was really more for around town wear. I've hiked in the R1 with a lightweight baselayer around 40-45 and been plenty comfortable. The Rab sounds great as a lighter weight layer. I recently picked up a Outdoor Research Ferrosi softshell that I really like. This Rab plus the OR would cover a pretty wide temp range.
Apr 13, 2018
wily-quixote
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Apr 12, 2018
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Anyone have an idea on the fit - it states midlayer but this fabric can be a little binding - i'm wondering if it is worth upsizing?
Apr 12, 2018
peanutbreath
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Apr 11, 2018
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Any chance of getting this with a hood next time?
Apr 11, 2018
RossT
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Apr 11, 2018
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Probably a silly questions but Im new here, any chance for a Men's XXL?
Apr 11, 2018
RossT
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Apr 11, 2018
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Got it, thanks!
Apr 11, 2018
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Apr 13, 2018
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@PaigeD —are you permitted to forecast future drops? Curious what to keep an eye out for....
Apr 13, 2018
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