Helly Hansen Lifaloft Insulator Pullover Jacket - Men's

Helly Hansen Lifaloft Insulator Pullover Jacket - Men's
Helly Hansen Lifaloft Insulator Pullover Jacket - Men's
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Lifaloft Insulator Pullover Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
Lightweight, breathable warmth is exactly what you get from Helly Hansen's Lifaloft Insulator Pullover Jacket. Thin enough to be layered comfortably under a shell, the water- and wind-resistant fabric will also keep you cozy even if you don't add a shell on top. The stretchy face fabric lets you move freely on the uphill while the breathable fabric and insulation help regulate your warmth while you're skiing hard. The long zipper lets you quickly pull this layer on so you can get out skiing as soon as possible and the hood adds extra warmth on storm days. Zippered hand pockets keep small essentials safe while the Lycra band on the cuffs and collar give this jacket a look clean enough for all of your apres-ski activities.

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