Scandinavia’s snow-capped peaks have long inspired Scandinavians to keep on skiing. This winter, Helly Hansen has launched its latest ski collection, featuring a range of ultra-comfortable jackets that naturally flex and breathe, without compromising on style. 


For winter 2014, Helly Hansen has enhanced its ski collection with the expansion of its award-winning H2Flow™ temperature regulation technology. Designed to be warmer, cooler and lighter, H2Flow™ uses positive and negative spaces to trap the body’s heat, adding substantial yet weightless insulation. Skiers can self-regulate body temperature via mechanical zippers in direct correlation to weather conditions and activity levels. 


New to the collection is the Supreme Jacket  – an iconic, resort-oriented jacket, packed with technical performance. Notably, all three layers of the jacket are full-stretch to allow for freedom of movement on the slopes, whilst a PrimaLoft® Gold insulation down blend provides the benefits of synthetic insulation with the luxurious warmth of a premium, 90/10 goose down. 


Helly Hansen’s H2Flow™ technology provides outstanding temperature regulation in a sleek silhouette, making the Supreme Jacket, invaluable in a multitude of winter conditions. Other refined details include laser-cut ventilation for continuous air flow, a zip-away stretch powder skirt, detachable helmet-compatible hood, soft wrist gaiters, and RECCO® Advanced Rescue system reflectors. 


The Spectrum Jacket  is a full-performance jacket built to perform whether on or off the piste in direct correlation to the weather conditions. Its two-way dynamic stretch Helly Tech® Professional fabrics deliver exceptional comfort and movement. The Spectrum Jacket features PrimaLoft® Black insulation for warmth, whilst H2Flow technology, laser cut ventilation ensures continuous airflow to regulate the body’s temperature, preventing overheating or getting too cold. 


Helly Hansen has used some of its world-class skiers to test and approve the Mission Stoke Shell Jacket . This jacket combines stretch fabrics with a quick-dry mesh lining to keep skiers comfortable and dry from dawn patrol to the après ski. Innovative H2Flow™ temperature regulation technology ensures all-day comfort in fluctuating weather conditions. Skiers are able to self-adjust body temperature via mechanical zippers, placed on the sides of the jacket to allow for backpack compatibility. 


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