Helly Hansen Mono Material Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's

Helly Hansen Mono Material Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's
Helly Hansen Mono Material Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's
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Mono Material Hooded Insulator Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
With recycling and eco-friendly practices on the mind, Helly Hansen creates the Urban Hooded Liner Jacket as your lightweight insulator from its very first winter and also to be recycled when it's seen the last. Incorporating recycled polyester to the insulation and using polyester throughout the rest of the Urban, Helly Hansen encourages recycling practices to extend the use of materials for others who may need them. The lightweight construction and stitch-free quilting make for comfortable wearing with or without a heavier winter jacket.

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