Insulation

Helly Hansen Womens

Verglas Down Insulator Jacket

€189.00

The Helly Hansen Classic performance Verglas series has been protecting outdoor professionals and enthusiasts for over a decade.

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  • Description

    A 'must-have' piece for any outdoor enthusiast; the Helly Hansen Verglas Down Insulator is perfect for layering with your favorite shell or wearing as a stand alone performance layer.

     A comfortable fitting jacket with collar which allows for the addition of an outer hardshell, but acts a stand alone performance layer for many weather conditions.

  • Specifications

    Pertex microlight rip stop down fabric

    Allied down 85/15 European goose

    Fill power 700+

    Foundational, must have jacket with an active fit suited for layering

    Extremely soft, warm and snug collar

    CB length 72cm

    Inner neck hanger loop

    Full inner wind fly behind center front zipper blocks wind and has a top rollover to protect the face

    Two dump pockets provide ample carrying capacity

    Low profile cuff easily adjusts to any wrist

    Soft snow stop lycra cuffs

    Drop back hem construction for added protection

    Bottom hem adjustment

    YKK® vislon center front zip

    Hand pockets, YKK® low profile reversed coil zippers

    Eyelets are reinforced underneath to disperse stress when cords are tightened

    Cord lock anchors made of gros grain ribbon keep loose cords contained

    Unitex mini cord lock with handle, low profile design

    Cord ends prevent fraying

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  • Expert Advice

    It is natural for some of the down and feathers to escape through the fabric, particularly through the seams. This may happen particularly in newer products when the down has not had an opportunity to settle. A small amount of down escaping through the fabric or through any seam line is expected and common in any down garment, particularly early on. Down is exceptionally fine and can work itself through small openings.

    If you do see some down or a feather poking through the fabric do NOT pull it through the fabric. Try to pull the down or feather back inside the jacket and then gently rub the area between your fingers. Pulling the cluster through the jacket may cause an even bigger hole to develop. Gently rubbing the area where the down or feather was poking through will move the fabric strands back together, helping to seal up the opening.

    This should not affect the insulating property of your product.  

    In rare cases, a material defect or manufacturing flaw may cause excessive down leakage in a product.

    If you find the above suggestion ineffective, we will be happy to inspect the item for you.

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