Helly Hansen Rigging Coat - Men's

Helly Hansen Rigging Coat - Men's
Helly Hansen Rigging Coat - Men's
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Rigging Coat - Men's by Helly Hansen
Originally designed for sailors working in cold and wet conditions, the Helly Hansen Rigging Coat is up to the task of getting you through another cold and wet winter. Whether you're trekking to buses and subway cars or trudging through snowy mountain towns, this coat has the functionality and versatility to handle everything winter can toss at you. The outer shell is fully waterproof for those days when heavy snow turns to wintry mixes and then back again, and the Primaloft-insulated inner liner delivers toasty warmth through the coldest days. With the Rigging Coat, you've also got 3-in-1 zip-out functionality, giving you a waterproof shell that'll keep you covered through spring rains, and an insulated parka for chilly fall wanderings. You'll be covered for any type of cold or wet weather, and thanks to the easily adjustable hood, your noggin can stay toasty and dry as well.

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SKU: HYH00PQ
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