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No outdoor wardrobe is complete without the addition of a classic hoody. Rab® hoodies are designed for a wide range of uses. Whether you're looking for a hooded fleece jacket or something to throw on after a day of climbing, you'll find something in our men's hoody range.

We offer technical garments that can act as a versatile midlayer, such as the Superflux Hoody, through to more casual hoodies that are designed to give a comfortable and relaxed look. Our men's hoodies and sweatshirts are of mid or lightweight construction and are made from a variety of tested and trusted fabrics; and depending on the hoodie or top, may feature a full or half zip.

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  1. Heron

    Circuit Hoody

    CA$65.00

    Made from eco-friendly organic cotton, the Circuit Hoody offers supreme warmth and comfort.

  2. Deep Ink
    New Colours

    Journey Pull-On

    CA$70.00

    Casual and comfortable, the Journey Pull-On Hoody is a cotton-rich hoody ideal for everything from a chilly bouldering session to hanging out at home. <.../p>

  3. Wren
    New Colours

    Quest Pull-on

    CA$100.00

    The Quest Pull-On is a classic midweight fleece pullover that offers warmth and comfort whether you’re out on the hill or closer to home.

  4. Beluga
    New Colours

    Power Stretch Pro Jacket

    CA$200.00
    The Power Stretch Pro Jacket is a mid-weight Polartec® fleece hoody designed to be worn as either a standalone piece or as part of a layering system in... cold environments.
  5. Grey Marl

    Journey Zip Hoody

    CA$85.00
    Comfortable and warm, the Journey Zip Hoody is a cotton-rich hoody that will keep you cosy around the campfire or during relaxed winter walks. Perfect for ...layering, it features a retro Rab log, two pouch-style hand pockets, and an adjustable hood to keep out the chill.
  6. Enigma Hoody

    Enigma Hoody

    Our mid-weight, high-stretch Enigma Hoody is an ideal layering piece for cool weather climbs, indoor training sessions and staying warm at the crag. ...>