VERGLAS DOWN INSULATOR

SKU: 63006
An essential piece in anyone's pack; a lightweight down insulator, ready for your next adventure.

$350

In Stock
Colour 431 UTILITY GREEN
Select Size S

Product Description

An essential piece in anyone's pack; a lightweight down insulator, ready for your next adventure.

The versatility of the Verglas Down Insulator Jacket means it can be used year-round both as a standalone jacket and as a layering piece beneath a shell. The lightweight fabric and responsibly soured European goose insulation give it a great warmth-to-weight ratio. We added small details like an inner chest pocket, wind blocking plackets and an elastic hemline for comfort and safety. The jacket is responsibly made with PFC-free DWR treatment and according to the certified bluesign® textile manufacturing process.

Fibre Content: Shell: 100% Polyamide / Lining: 100% Polyamide / Insulation: 85% Goose down, 15% Goose feather.

Care Instructions: Close zippers before washing, Contains non-textile parts of animal origin, Do not use fabric softener, Do not wring, Tumble dry garment to reactivate water repellent treatment, Tumble dry until completely dry, Tumble dry with dryer balls.

Features

-PrimaLoft® SILVER
-YKK® zippers
-Two front hand pockets
-Adjustable bottom hem
-bluesign® product
-RDS Down

Performance rating

  • 3 /6
    Windproof
  • 5 /6
    Insulation
  • 6 /6
    Weight

Used for

Outdoor
Camping & Hiking
VERGLAS DOWN INSULATOR, Utility Green
VERGLAS DOWN INSULATOR, Utility Green

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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