Helly Hansen WSalt JacketAs we dream of the snow melting and the 2014 boating season ahead some of the latest Helly Hansen apparel for sailing. Everything from old-school lifestyle to high-tech offshore to Helly Hansen's newest, innovative piece, the Crew H2 Flow Jacket (a staple of the Volvo Ocean Race crew's uniforms) will offer you everything you need to start the 2014 sailing season in style and comfort.

Helly Hansen regularly outfits professional sailor Thomas Coville on his world record solo sailing attempts, as well as Volvo Ocean Racing teams. Helly Hansen prides itself on being a workwear brand; its ambassadors athletes and mountain professionals. They use their input to regularly improve the brand's technologies and offerings.

Crew H2 Flow JacketCrew H2 Flow Jacket, $250
This lightweight racing jacket's Helly Tech Performance system keeps moisture out while its state-of-the-art H2 Flow body temperature

regulation system retains and ventilates body heat. The specially vented PrimaLoft insulation works even when wet, giving sailors ultimate

comfort and protection.

Features:
— Helly Tech Performance
— Waterproof breathable
— Fully seam sealed
— DWR treatment
— Lined for comfort
— Quick dry lining
— H2 Flow technology
— PrimaLoft insulation
— Hip length regular fit
— Pockets with water-resistant front zip
— Polartec fleece collar
— Adjustable hood
— One hand adjustable hem
— Articulated sleeves
— Kill cord d ring

Lerwick Rain JacketHelly Hansen Lerwick Rain Jacket, $120
A heritage fishermen jacket, re-designed with full stretch waterproof PU rain fabric and extra attention to Helly's classic marine

details. Features: Fully lined, YKK Vislon zippers, mechanical venting back construction, welded pockets, and inside pocket for extra

storage. Weighs: 825 grams, size large
 
 
Salt Jacket, $250; W Salt Jacket, $250
Helly Hansen's best-selling, nautical-inspired jacket for the everyday sailing enthusiast to wear both on the boat and in town. A lined

waterproof construction, fleece-lined collar, and fleece-lined pockets enhance comfort.
 
Features:
Helly Tech Performance
Two-layer lined construction
Polartec fleece collar
Fully adjustable tonal hood
Water-resitant front zip
PU inner cuff
Solas reflectives
Handwarmer pockets
Chest pockets
One-hand adjustable hem
Hanger hook
Kill cord D-ring
Bluesign-approved fabrics

Crew Midlayer JacketCrew Midlayer Jacket, $160; W Crew Midlayer Jacket, $160
When brisk winds call for added protection, this water-resistant breathable mid layer jacket adds just the right amount of warmth to your

Helly Hansen three-layer system. Zip the fleece-lined collar shut for a snug, warm fit.
 
Features:
Helly Tech Performance
Two-layer lined construction
Hip length, fitted design
Fleece lined
Handwarmer pockets
Adjustable cuffs
One-hand adjustable hem
Embroider friendly
Bluesign-approved fabrics
 
Coastal TrouserCrew Coastal Trouser 2, $200
An updated versatile waterproof trouser that features a double storm flap and an ergonomic fit for added protection and comfort in coastal

areas. Ideal for day-long or extended cruises. Strategically placed reinforcement provide extra durability.
 
Features:
Helly Tech Performance
Two-layer lined construction
Seat and knee reinforcements
No-seam seat construction
Double storm flap
High back for extra protection
Adjustable suspenders
Elasticized waist
Thigh cargo pocket
Adjustable leg openings
PU inside leg openings
Articulated knees
Bluesign-approved fabrics.

Helly Hansen Full Catalogues:

SS14 Apparel Catalog: http://issuu.com/hayterpr/docs/ss2014_mens_womens_apparel_bg
SS14 Footwear Catalog: http://issuu.com/hayterpr/docs/ss2014_footwear_bg
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