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Classic design and snow-shedding features for winter and spring shredding.

All things being equal, your best days on the hill are likely to be the ones when you're the most comfortable throughout the day. Why not up your chances with the Men's Swift 2 Jacket from Helly Hansen? This rugged, waterproof monster uses 2-layer Helly Tech Performance technology under a DWR-treated nylon face fabric to ensure that you stay dry throughout the day. To help keep you warm when things get nasty, Helly Hansen added 80-gram PrimaLoft Black synthetic insulation in the body and 60-gram in the arms. Underarm zip vents ensure that you don't run into the sweat-freeze cycle that is oh so much fun. A removable hood and snap-away powder skirt let you configure the jacket exactly how you want, and plenty of pockets let you keep your pass, snacks, and music-playing device handy at all times.

  • Helly Tech Performance (2-layer)
  • Fully taped seams
  • Nylon stretch face fabric with DWR
  • PrimaLoft Black synthetic insulation (80g body, 60g arms)
  • Underarm zip vents
  • Snap-away powder skirt
  • Removable hood
  • Two zippered hand pockets
  • One zippered Napoleon pocket
  • Two internal accessory pockets

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What is the center back length of a medium? I am 6'1 do you think a medium would be long enough?

The center back length for this jacket in a Medium is 33.5-34.5 inches. In my HH Ski Patrol Jacket I had to go with a Large since the medium was just too short in the sleeves with my arms extended and i'm only 6'0. Just my opinion I would go with the Large, it may be a little baggy elsewhere though.