Helly Hansen Infuses Trail- and Road-Ready Challenger Jacket 2 with H2Flow™ Temperature Regulation Technology
OSLO, Norway (Fall/Winter 2014-15) — Cold, wet weather makes regulating body temperature a challenge during high-intensity training runs. Helly Hansen’s Fall/Winter 2014-15 training collection offers runners the upmost combination of versatility, comfort, and performance to battle inclement winter weather.
Helly Hansen infuses its best-selling Challenger Jacket with its H2Flow™ temperature regulation technology. Warmer, Cooler, Lighter: the men’s and women’s Challenger Jacket 2 works in a wide range of activities by allowing athletes to self-regulate their body temperatures via front zippers in direct relationship to weather conditions. H2Flow™ adds weight-free insulation by trapping air between the elevated knitted pods so athletes can keep on training when temperatures plummet.
The three-layer waterproof softshell jacket features a windproof fabrication on the front and full-stretch back panel for greater freedom of movement and breathability. At night, the jacket’s 360-degree reflectivity lights up for added protection.
Challenger Jacket 2 and W Challenger Jacket 2
The waterproof breathable Challenger Jacket 2 ensures athletes can focus on their performance—not inclement weather. Helly Hansen combines a wind and waterproof front shield with a comfortable, stretchy back panel for increased movability. Warmer, Cooler, Lighter: H2Flow™ technology allows users to self-regulate body temperature.
H²Flow™ temperature regulation technology
Wind and waterproof fabric
Stretch fabric on the back
Durable Water Repellency (DWR) treatment
Ventilation opening on chest
Brushed inside collar
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