Helly Hansen Lyness II Coat - Women's

Helly Hansen Lyness II Coat - Women's
Helly Hansen Lyness II Coat - Women's
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Lyness II Coat - Women's by Helly Hansen
Whether it's pouring cats and dogs or you're headed out to the harbor for your annual clean-the-boat day, the Helly Hansen Women's Lyness Jacket offers paramount protection whatever the precipitation. Crafted with an iconic trench silhouette, this fine-looking raincoat fits in on the deck of your runabout or at your favorite tea shop in central London. The feminine lines update this traditional fisherman's raincoat, and HellyTech two-layer fabric keeps the wind and rain at bay while the fully taped seams mean briny spray and tricky drips of rain won't weasel their way inside. The hood and tall collar give your head and neck the same sweet safety from the weather as the jacket does your body.

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SKU: HYH00VT
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