Snowy weather doesn't send you running into the lodge--if anything it sends you running out of it and back onto the mountain. That's why you bring the Helly Hansen Alpha Lifaloft Jacket everywhere from your local hill to far-flung pow-chasing trips. The waterproof and breathable HellyTech Performance membrane keeps out moisture from driving snow so your internal climate stays dry and comfortable even as you kick up a few huge pow turns. Inside the jacket is Helly Hansen's innovative Lifaloft insulation, which was designed in tandem with PrimaLoft to give you toasty insulation that manages to stay light in weight without sacrificing an ounce of warmth. That way you'll be able to move more freely on the slopes while also having a jacket that's not hard to bring along on globe-trotting ski trips. Also helping you move is the four-way stretch fabric, which you'll appreciate as you shoot tight tree gaps in the woods and rip it up down your favorite bump run. Meanwhile, a high-visibility hood ensures that you'll still be able to see well when you batten down the hatches in snowy weather (that's why you're out there right'), and a special insulated Lifepocket+ keeps your phone well protected from the cold so you've got a full day of juice even in cold conditions.
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