HELLY HANSEN CREW INSULATOR JACKET NAVY

Artikkelnr.: 54344

CREW INSULATOR JACKET NAVY

PrisNOK1 999,00 inkl. mva.
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LETT, ISOLERENDE JAKKE SOM VARMER BÅDE I BYEN OG NÅR DU SEILER MOT VINDEN.
Lett, isolerende jakke inspirert av Helly Hansens klassiske vannsportdesign. Vann- og vindavstøtende stoff med PrimaLoft® Black-isolasjon som gir lett beskyttelse mot vær og vind. Komfortabel og varm både på kjølige sommermorgener og sommerkvelder, eller når du tilbringer timesvis i motvind.
  • Vind- og vannavstøtende skallmateriale i polyester 
  • Kanting i kontrastfarge rundt kragen og brystlommen 
  • Kontrastfarget bånd på bærestykket bak 
  • Trykt Helly Hansen-logo bak på kragen 
  • Mange trykte HH®-logoer 
  • Helly Hansen-trykk på innerklaff

THIS IS THE STORY OF HELLY HANSEN

From our home in Norway, Helly Hansen has been making professional grade gear to help people stay and feel alive for almost 140 years. It all started in 1877 when sea captain Helly Juell Hansen found a better way to stay protected from the harsh Norwegian elements. Soon thereafter, Captain Hansen and his wife Margrethe launched a business producing waterproof oilskin jackets, trousers, sou’westers and tarpaulins made from coarse linen soaked in linseed oil – and the legend was born!

Helly Hansen gear is worn and trusted by professionals on oceans, mountains and worksites. As the #1 apparel brand for Ski Professionals, you’ll find HH at more than 200 ski resort and guiding operations around the world, and worn by more than 55,000 ski professionals. Our sailing gear is worn by world-class sailors across all five oceans, and we’re proud to partner with and participate in some of the sport’s most iconic regattas and sailing associations. As a leading Scandinavian workwear brand, you’ll see us at work-sites where performance, protection and safety matter most. We continue to support Captain Hansen’s legacy through a long list of first-to-market innovations developed through insights from those working and recreating in the world’s harshest environments.