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Don't let that winter squall dissuade you from getting out and laying tracks in your Helly Hansen Women's Ekolab Recycler Jacket. Nor should you let the fact that it's made from recycled water bottles deter you from trusting this super-tough yet sharp technical shell.

  • Stretch fabric complements articulation in shoulders and elbows for a more ergonomic and natural fit
  • Helmet-compatible hood lets you protect your most valuable piece of gear while tackling a technical ice face
  • Single-hand pull cord adjustments for quick and convenient fit changes
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Beware: not like the picture!

    I waffled between 2 stars and 5 stars for this jacket and decided on 4 due to its usefulness. I ordered this jacket a month ago and received a similar product, but one that has some key differences from the jacket pictured. The logos are in different places, some spelled out (which I can't find on ANY HH jacket sold anywhere else), and inside it says "mountain professional series" which is a phrase not associated with ANY official HH jackets on-line except for some on e-bay, which is very strange. You'd think, if HH actually manufactures a whole series of jackets called "mountain professional" there might be evidence of such somewhere other than e-bay.

    In addition,, though I have tried contacting them twice via chat conversations, has had absolutely no answer to my query.

    So! I hesitate to recommend this jacket as I'm not sure what you'll receive. Is it really Helly Hansen? Some alternative Helly Hansen brand? Something they only manufactured for a short amount of time and is just trying to offload old stock? I have no idea.

    In terms of appearance, it seems great. I had one of these before, lost it, and bought this to replace it because I loved the jacket so much. I'm 5'8, 130lbs, and M is perfection.

    Take this review as you will, but I don't know what I ended up with!

    I agree on your comments above. I had ordered this jacket from Sierra Trading Post and it was too small so I shipped back. I found the right size on Backcountry and when it arrived it was totally different from the one I had ordered from STP. So I decided to investigate. The Backcountry online chat was very helpful in identifying that this jacket is a 2011. My STP jacket was a 2010. This is the reason for all of the differences. So I will gladly keep the jacket from Backcountry with the hopes that it will be even better than the one from STP. Thanks Backcountry for all of your help!