SIRDAL INSULATOR VEST

SKU: 62991
This vest is a 'must-have' piece for any outdoor enthusiast – perfect for layering with your favorite shell or wearing as a stand-alone performance layer.

$200

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Product Description

This vest is a 'must-have' piece for any outdoor enthusiast – perfect for layering with your favorite shell or wearing as a stand-alone performance layer.

With recycled ECOLoft™ Air SR Insulation, the Sirdal jacket has an optimal warmth to weight ratio. Its light, relaxed-fit enhances your ability to move in nature in changeable conditions. The smart synthetic insulation also avoids clumping when wet, unlike traditional down fill. The outer fabric is ripstop and built to last. It has a PFC-free water repellent treatment – another win for you and the environment.

Fiber content: Shell: 100% Polyamide / Lining: 100% Polyamide / Insulation: 60% Polyester, 40% Recycled polyester

Care instructions: Close zippers before washing, Do not use fabric softener, Some fading may occur on bright colours, Tumble dry until completely dry, Tumble dry with dryer balls, Wash dark colours separately

Weight: 350g

Features

-PFC Free DWR
-Two front hand pockets
-YKK® zippers
-30D Nylon Ripstop Down Proof Fabric
-2 Inner Dump Pockets
-Recycled Ecoloft Air Sr Insulation, 550Fp
-bluesign® product
-PFC-free

Performance rating

  • 4 /6
    Insulation
  • 6 /6
    Lightness

Used for

Snow
Outdoor
Camping & Hiking
SIRDAL INSULATOR VEST, Black
SIRDAL INSULATOR VEST, Black

BORN BY THE SEA RAISED BY THE MOUNTAINS

From our home in Norway, Helly Hansen has been making professional grade gear to help people stay and feel alive for more than 140 years.

ALIVE SINCE 1877

It all started in 1877 when sea captain Helly Juell Hansen found a better way to stay protected from the harsh Norwegian elements.

TRUSTED BY PROFESSIONALS

Helly Hansen gear is worn and trusted by professionals on oceans, mountains and worksites. We're the #1 apparel brand for Ski Professionals and our sailing gear is worn by world-class sailors across all five oceans.
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