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Helly Hansen
Loke Print Jacket - Women's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $67.50 Original price: $150.00
55% off
Color:Jade Esra


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Helly Hansen Loke Print Jacket

The essential adventure jacket, Loke is versatile and ready for mountains, forest and beyond. We built it to withstand changeable weather without trusted waterproof and windproof yet breathable HELLY TECH construction. We added a front storm flap to further shield you from wind and rain, and vents to prevent overheating. Fully adjustable cuffs, hood and waist let you adjust the fit and comfort for year-round outdoor activity.

[membrane/laminate] HELLY TECH PROTECTION (2.5-layer), [face fabric] 100% nylon, DWR finish
fully sealed
2 hand
casual, hiking, climbing, training, running
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 year

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5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 28, 2024

Daypacking and Purse

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
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This is a well made, well taylored, smat-looking jacket. Five stars for looks. Five stars for function. A reluctant four stars for performance only because it couldn't tick all boxes in a Midwestern thunderstorm on an 86-degree morning. The jacket kept me dry, but i found myself wishing that the hood was a bit larger. A larger hood would have been worth an additional ounce. The jacket is well ventilated, but unfortunately, in a Midwestern thunderstorm, it still manages to hold in humidity while keeping out rain. Even with pit zips wide open, I couldn't escape the steamed in parchment feeling. The coat amplified the heat and concentrated the humidity. Not a lot, but it was non-optimal. I'd highly recommend this shell for cooler coastal climates, but a more billowy design would probably be better for tropical storms.