Reviewed by Jimmy G from Connecticut (Polar Vortex) on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Anybody who has a snow blower knows or finds out quickly how wet you can get. Your body is warm (hopefully) and that snow tends to blow back on you at various points during the process and in it's mist form the snow gets onto your warm body and suddenly you are saturated. You need a really good, really waterproof jacket, waterproof gloves, and something to wear on your legs that is waterproof, rugged, work-tested, and economical. Helly Hansen, the name speaks for itself in terms of quality. These pants are designed for work and reinforced, etc. I am ecstatic with this product and with the price.