Helly Hansen Fernie 2.0 Jacket - Men's

Helly Hansen Fernie 2.0 Jacket - Men's
Helly Hansen Fernie 2.0 Jacket - Men's
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Fernie 2.0 Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
From first snow to spring corn, the Fernie 2. 0 Jacket from Helly Hansen keeps you warm and protected from the elements on the slopes. Helly Tech Performance and fully sealed seams prevent moisture from seeping through while Primaloft insulation offers warmth without impacting mobility. Underarm zippers can be opened to help regulate your body temperature when you're lapping your favorite runs while the attached powder skirt creates a seal to keep the fresh flakes out when you get in deep. Large pockets accommodate your daily necessities so you can spend less time in the lodge and more time on the slopes.

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SKU: HYH00PG
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