Helly Hansen Lifaloft Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's

Helly Hansen Lifaloft Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's
Helly Hansen Lifaloft Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's
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Lifaloft Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
Grab the Helly Hansen Lifa Loft Hooded Insulator Jacket and head to the hills. This insulated piece works well as an outer layer during fall or spring hikes when the weather is less than ideal, but it can also be used as a midlayer when you're taking runs at the resort. It's made with a windproof shell, treated to shed light rain and snow, and is filled with a lightweight synthetic insulation that will keep you warm even in wet conditions. Elastic at the hood and cuffs help seal out the chill, and the hem features a drawcord closure when you really feel the need to lock in your valuable body heat. Helly Hansen equipped the Lifa Loft with two zippered hand pockets, perfect for stashing your phone or a trail snack.

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SKU: HYH00OT
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