Helly Hansen Odin Huginn Pant - Men's

Helly Hansen Odin Huginn Pant - Men's
Helly Hansen Odin Huginn Pant - Men's
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Odin Huginn Pant - Men's by Helly Hansen
Offering mobility, durability, and weather-resistant protection for your trips to high altitudes and rugged mountain environments, the Helly Hansen Odin Huginn Pant is a multi-season, multi-sport softshell pant for the always adventuring outdoor enthusiast. It's made with a stretchy and durable softshell fabric that'll help you move freely on rocky climbing pitches and steep summit scrambles, and boasts light weather protection when wild weather swoops in. This pant is water-repellent and windproof to guard against lighter rains, moderate snow fall, and howling upper-mountain winds. It's also plenty breathable, so you'll stay comfortable even when you're working your hardest towards the summit.

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