Helly Hansen Aurora 2.0 Shell Jacket - Women's

Helly Hansen Aurora 2.0 Shell Jacket - Women's
Helly Hansen Aurora 2.0 Shell Jacket - Women's
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Aurora 2.0 Shell Jacket - Women's by Helly Hansen
The Helly Hansen Aurora 2. 0 Shell Jacket offers reliable comfort and weather protection for backcountry freeride skiing or snowboarding. Designed with pro skiers from around the world, this mid-weight, three-layer jacket is ready for any freeride adventure in powder. Its Helly Tech Professional membrane offers incredible breathability while still keeping you protected from moisture so you stay dry and comfortable as you seek out fresh pockets. On ascents, backpack compatible underarm zippers quickly dump excess heat, and on descents, the high collar protects against face shots. Articulated arms and elbows offer you mobility and a perfect fit so you can get after it while the longer length and powder skirt help keep fresh flakes from finding their way up your back so you can focus on the turns, not the cold.

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