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Helly Hansen H2 Flow Jacket – Odd Design but Effective Layer

By Editor | July 11, 2013

Helly-Hansen-H2-Flow-soft-shell-jacket-black-front-view_GetOutdoorGear.com_The Helly Hansen H2 Flow jacket is designed similar to your other shell jackets. It features a design that takes 200g Polartec brushed fleece jam in between two layers of material. On one side, the inner material is a mesh liner and on the other side, the outer facing material is a ripstop polyester shell.

This design has been proven by many wearers of the H2 Flow jacket to get rid of heat/moisture when things get to hot or to keep the heat in when the environment outside gets a little frigid. If the air around your torso becomes too hot and wet that the shell material cannot vent out, there is always left and right front zippers to offer mechanical ventilation to really let moisture out.


A bonus about the Helly Hansen H2 Flow jacket is that the inside of circular cutouts to facilitate better air flow and the jacket has a thin profile which makes it quite ideal for layering it under another shell if you need it.

Price: $180
Weight: 1 lb

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