The Helly Hansen Maroi Shell Jacket is a hard-hitting, burly 3-in-1 package designed to get you through the next storm cycle with dry midlayers and plenty of glee. The 3-layer shell features the waterproof, breathable protection of Helly Tech Professional, with fully sealed seams to keep every last drop of moisture out of your life. Meanwhile, the 3D mesh H2Flow vest keeps your core warm on the colder days--while still allowing for breathable performance--yet can easily be ditched when things warm up. Helly Hansen made sure to equip the Maroi with plenty of features to make life in the snow a little easier. The adjustable cuffs are built wide, so you can pull your gloves inside the coat, and a high protective collar on the shell defends your cheeks from face shots and wind. A zip-away snow skirt keeps powder from creeping up when you're waist deep in last night's fresh dump, and bright high viz detailing helps your friends keep an eye on you in a storm. A pocket dedicated to your smartphone uses Aerogel insulation to extend its battery life, so you never run out of tunes or lose touch with friends. With three ways to wear, plenty of style, and all the protection you deserve, you really can't go wrong with the Maroi in your arsenal.
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