Straightline Lifaloft Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
When the powder's all been tracked out sometimes it takes a little extra effort to get another one of those over-the-head, White Room turns. So zip up your Helly Hansen Straightline Lifaloft Jacket, steer straight towards that last patch of deep snow, and get ready to slash one last face-shot on the day. Designed with a longer sillhouette for extra coverage in deep conditions, this jacket keeps you warm and dry as you hunt down the goods on snowy days. The Helly Tech Professional membrane shuts out moisture when you're hit with snow from above and below, while HH's innovative Lifaloft insulation keeps you warm in chilly temps. Lifaloft was developed in tandem with PrimaLoft, one of the biggest names in synthetic insulation, to give you an insulation that both reduces weight and increases warmth, making this jacket no hassle to wear on the slopes or pack in your suitcase. The hood is helmet-compatible and features a high-visibility brim, ensuring that you can keep your uphill vision clear even when you're bundled up against wind and snow. Meanwhile, underarm vents provide effective heat release after grueling steep-and-deep runs, and a special insulated Life Pocket keeps your phone from losing heat in the cold, so you can keep snapping videos of your fresh turns without losing any juice.
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