About Helly Hansen Velocity Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. Helly Hansen's Velocity jacket is ready for high-speed descents in chilly temps. The waterproof breathable shell boasts 100g of PrimaLoft® synthetic insulation and a detachable insulated hood for comfort on cold and stormy days.
Specs about Helly Hansen Velocity Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
Helly Hansen Mens Size Chart
|Chest||34 - 36||36 - 39||39 - 41||41 - 43||43 - 46||46 - 48||50 - 52|
|Waist||28 - 31||31 - 33||33 - 36||36 - 38||38 - 40||40 - 42||42 - 45|
|Hip||34 - 36||36 - 39||39 - 41||41 - 43||43 - 46||46 - 48||48 - 50|
Notes: Measurements are in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Rob from Calgary Alberta canada on Tuesday, November 19, 2013Nice and warm needs a dual zip zipper for the days on the lifts, well it seems like days. when the hood is up it is nice and snug on the ears. I am using this as an everyday coat also. Lots of pockets and storage great coat overall.
Reviewed by cpwalt from Canada on Tuesday, August 6, 2013Upon build quality alone I could give a five star rating. Looks well constructed. Around these parts Helly has a good name. Light weight and the medium fits my slim 5' 10' frame o.k. However, without testing it in the rigours of our winters I cannot go above a three star. Will update when put to use on Ski hill, and out and about.
Reviewed by woodsiders from New Zealand on Monday, August 5, 2013Bought for my 13 year old son 165cm tall. Fits well. Sleeves great length - bit long but can be pulled in at wrist which is good as it doesnt have thumb sheaths that we are used to with older ski jacket. Havent tried in the rain so not so sure about waterproof rating which described on jacket as between 5000K to 17,000K so not to sure what this is about but does have fully sealed zips so hoping it is on the high end of the rating.
Reviewed by ShopperMom from Pennsylvania on Thursday, July 11, 2013Alpine skiing is an expensive sport. Finding products like this jacket help ease the pain for parents with kids training in Downhill Skiing.
Reviewed by Puddintown from Northeast on Thursday, June 27, 2013The sleeves may be a bit long, but until winter, worn with big mitts and stretching for something, that remains to be learned. I should wait on the review until that issue is settled, but there's also the issues of my forgetfulness and the never ending push further down the stack of email that will likely never be seen and responded to.
How common is an insulated jacket with pit zips? This has 'em. The insulation seems right for coldish (we don't see much below 0 F) snowy/rainy windy days on the windward side of a Great Lake. That's where I live. And the sealing looks awesome. I pulled this in for <$90 (w/ shipping and tax). It replaces a bunch of separates, which are just too much a bother when you merely want to put on your coat and walk a couple blocks. The color scheme is a bit strange, but it won't attract attention. (The black one is "better" but wasn't available.)
Also: Thank you S T P for taking the initiative and collecting state sales' tax. I mean it.