Lifaloft Hybrid Insulator Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
You hike fast. You can't stand staying in one spot longer than it takes to take in the view. You go to the ski resort and then traverse everywhere you can to find that powder stash. If this sounds familiar, the Helly Hansen Lifaloft Hybrid Insulator Jacket just might be your next big thing. This hybrid layer features insulation only where you need it most (your core), leaving stretchy panels at your side for maximum breathability, and bulk-free sleeves for easy movement. Weather-resistant fabric discourages wind and precipitation from sinking its claws into you, but should you encounter more moisture than expected the Lifaloft insulation won't lose its loft, and you won't lose your warmth. Helly Hansen equipped the Lifaloft with a drawcord cinch at the hem, and two zippered pockets for stashing your smallest essentials.
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