Helly Hansen Lifaloft Insulator Jacket - Men's

Helly Hansen Lifaloft Insulator Jacket - Men's
Helly Hansen Lifaloft Insulator Jacket - Men's
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Lifaloft Insulator Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
A perfect lightweight layer for hiking or skiing, the Helly Hansen Lifa Loft Insulator Jacket adds warmth to your outdoor pursuits regardless of the weather or time of year. It's built with a windproof shell that's treated to shed light precipitation, and is packed with a layer of reliable synthetic insulation. Lifaloft, which combines Lifa with Primaloft, is a lightweight fiber that won't absorb water and has an inherit water repellency, so it will retain loft and keep you warm even in wet weather. It features a slim fit that's easy to wear as a midlayer, and Helly Hansen equipped it with and adjustable hem and elastic cuffs to help keep the cold out.

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SKU: HYH00OS
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