With a three-in-one construction, the Haglöfs Men's Selja Jacket will be part of your outfit throughout winter. Haglöfs made this jacket with a thin three-layer shell and a removable insulated liner. The shell features Gore-Tex's reliable waterproof, breathable protection to shield you from rain and snow; the removable liner keeps you warm with Quadfusion+ fibers that enhance breathability and moisture management. The insulated liner also boasts Pertex Eco fabric made of recycled nylon for outdoors-worthy protection.
- Versatile three-in-one for everyday winter weather
- Three-layer shell with waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex
- Removable liner with Pertex Eco shell with QuadFusion+ insulation
- Adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs secure the fit
- Pockets on shell and removable liner for convenient storage
- Item #HAG00DH
- Q & A
Incredible for the Right Weather
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 195lbs
To be clear, this has a removable insulation layer like most 3-in-1s, but it is relatively thin and light. Because of that I wouldn't recommend it for bitter cold winter days. However, that's also what I love about it. It's a super burly 100% waterproof outer shell, so I treat this is a lightly insulated rain jacket. I've always had typical super light rain jackets and normal winter parkas. The light rain jackets are great, until temps get in that 30-40 degree range where the rain shell is freezing, but it's still rain and your winter parka would soak it up like a sponge.
Enter the Selja. Just enough warmth to keep you cozy in that in-between weather where you still need enough waterproofing to keep out a downpour. Recently here in Park City the temps have gone down to single digits. I love the look of this jacket and keep getting compliments, so instead of busting out my parka I just removed the liner it came with and have been layering the shell over a more puffy down coat I already owned. This combo is treating me pretty well, but ultimately I would say this jacket is perfect for the 20-40 degree days, especially those with heavy precipitation.
Fit is what I've come to expect from Haglofs... a touch European you might say. Overall it's fairly trim/tailored looking (hence the compliments), and has pretty generous length sleeves. At 6' 195 lbs I'm usually a Large, and I still wear this in a large but it's more snug than my Patagonia and North Face jackets. To maintain the same roominess I would recommend going up one size, if you want the tailored look stick with your usual size and you'll be happy like me.