Verglas Hooded Down Insulator Jacket - Men's by Helly Hansen
Whether you're skiing, climbing, or hiking, if you're headed towards cold weather in the mountains you'll want to bring along the packable warmth of the Helly Hansen Verglas Hooded Down Insulator Jacket. Throw this versatile down jacket under whatever shell fits the task at hand and enjoy the toasty warmth of its 700+ fill down insulation. For pursuits that might not require a shell, you'll be thankful for the lightweight yet durable Pertex microlight ripstop and its tough resistance to scrapes against rough rock, as well as its weather-resistant protection. The hood is adjustable to give you a snug fit on windy days, and it's also got Lycra edging for added comfort. There's also Lycra in the cuffs to keep the wind and cold out, as well an adjustable hem to accomplish the same goal. You can store smaller pieces of gear in the hand pockets when you're out on another adventure, or stuff your freezing fingers in them when you forget your gloves around town.
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