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Helly Hansen Men's Verglas Backcountry Ski Shell Jacket

$400.00

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Helly Hansen® designed this protective and comfortable shell jacket to perform backcountry skiing and on rugged mountain treks. Their trusted 3-layer HELLY TECH® PROFESSIONAL layer system is waterproof/breathable and windproof. The fabric has 2-way stretch for freedom of movement. A high collar with chin guard and tail drop deliver extra weatherproofing in changeable conditions. Ventilation zippers enable you to release heat when you’re working hard. Additional mountain specific features include a RECCO® transponder, a helmet compatible hood, pack compatible design and multiple pockets for gear.

  • Wind-resistant and water-repellent 3-layer, 2-way stretch Polyamide fabric
  • Fully seam-sealed, PFC-free
  • Recycled Polyester lining
  • Hood with adjustment cords and flat brim
  • Helmet-compatible hood
  • High protective collar with brushed tricot for co
  • Chin guard
  • YKK VISLON® AquaGuard® 2-way zipper
  • Full inner front placket
  • Articulated sleeves for optimal mobility
  • Mechanical ventilation zippers
  • Adjustable cuff with fastener
  • Chest and Hand pockets with YKK® zipper
  • Inside stash pockets
  • Internal mesh pocket
  • Tail drop
  • RECCO® transponder
  • Regular Fit

Product Features:

Lining 100% Recycled Polyester
Fabric 3-layer HELLY TECH® PROFESSIONAL 76% Polyamide, 24% Elastane
Weight 730 g

Style Number: 63112

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For more than 128 years, Helly Hansen® has been designing and delivering outdoor performance clothing for a range of sport, survival and work environments.  Its founder, Helly Juell Hansen, was a Norwegian Sea captain who, sick of being cold, wet and uncomfortable while at sea, set out to develop the perfect clothing for ocean use - warm, comfortable and waterproof clothing.

Utilizing coarse linen and linseed oil, and employing the help of his wife, Helly was able to develop some of the first waterproof clothing pieces. His hard work met with great success and after his death in 1914, his son took over the company and continued in the tradition of delivering high-quality utility wear while continually researching and implementing cutting-edge techniques.
Over the years, Helly Hansen has developed several new fabrics as well as a 3-layer system of dressing that has since been perfected by the company. Layering is about performing longer and harder and by providing base layers, thermals and outerwear gear that work in unison, users are kept comfortable and dry all day.

Helly Hansen works hard so you can play harder.