Helly Hansen Podium Jacket - Men's

Helly Hansen Podium Jacket - Men's
Helly Hansen Podium Jacket - Men's
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Podium Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
You may have left your podium days behind you along with your skinsuit and slalom skis, but that doesn't mean you don't still rip. Whether you're laying down deep tracks on a bitter midwinter day in the Whites or taking the family out to enjoy their first sunny, soft turns in the Sierras, you'll need a lightweight jacket that can keep up. Pack the Helly Hansen Podium Jacket when you're heading for the mountains to stay warm and dry while you work high angles on the hill. With a two-layer shell construction and PrimaLoft insulation, the Podium makes layering quick and easy. The durable nylon face fabric comes with a DWR coating as well, which will keep you dry enough to enjoy hours of storm day turns. Though constructed with a slim fit you'll remember from your racing days, the Podium features articulated sleeves and four-way stretch to allow it to move with you as you arc turns while retaining a streamlined fit. Helly Hansen's H2 Flow ventilation keeps the air moving when you start working, and the Podium's hood is removable so you can lighten up on warmer days.

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SKU: HYH00DX
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