Helly Hansen Icon 2.0 Pant - Men's

Helly Hansen Icon 2.0 Pant - Men's
Helly Hansen Icon 2.0 Pant - Men's
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Icon 2.0 Pant - Men's by Helly Hansen
Whether you're skiing iconic destinations or laying down your own legendary lines at the local ski hill, the Helly Hansen Icon 2. 0 Pants will keep you dry and protected through any weather. Their Helly Tech waterproof membrane effectively shuts out even the wettest pow-day snow, while PrimaLoft insulation delivers toasty warmth without adding bulk or weight. And if that insulation's doing a bit too good of a job in warmer temps or you've just put the hurt on a long bump run, there's a convenient set of inner thigh vents to help you cool down in a flash. Gaiters at the ankle stop snow from creeping up your leg on deep days, and the included bibs ensure a snug, comfortable, and secure fit as you blast through Rocky Mountain powder stashes, rip down East-coast groomers, or take in the view from high in the alps.

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