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Helly Hansen Men’s Paramount Soft Shell Jacket, Navy, X-Large

July 9, 2014 - Comment

FEATURES of the Helly Hansen Men’s Paramount Softshell Jacket Water resistant, windproof and breathable Comfortable softshell fabric Full front zip Zipped pockets Zipped Napoleon pocket Adjustable cuffs Regular fit YKK zippers SPECIFICATIONS of the Helly Hansen Men’s Paramount Softshell Jacket 100% Polyester This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don’t hate

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FEATURES of the Helly Hansen Men’s Paramount Softshell Jacket Water resistant, windproof and breathable Comfortable softshell fabric Full front zip Zipped pockets Zipped Napoleon pocket Adjustable cuffs Regular fit YKK zippers SPECIFICATIONS of the Helly Hansen Men’s Paramount Softshell Jacket 100% Polyester This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don’t hate us.

Product Features

  • Water resistant, windproof and breathable
  • Comfortable softshell fabric
  • Full front zip
  • Zipped pockets
  • Zipped Napoleon pocket

Comments

Keith Travels says:

A light-weight, waterproof and warm jacket This is a great softshell Jacket which I’ve used as a midlayer jacket traveling in Europe in January. Typically good Helly Hansen quality construction and materials.PROS====- Light-weight – I wear a Small and it weighs 600 grams (1.32 pounds) perfect for my travels.- Waterproof – the outerlayer is fantastic and has better waterproof properties than my previous softshell jacket. Caught in a rainshower the water beaded off the exterior nicely (for about an hour) until it became a downpour and even then when the exterior material appeared saturated, the inside was perfectly dry.- Windproof and Warm – this jacket is surprisingly warm compared with the Macpac softshell jacket it replaced. Active walking in 7-15° Celsius (44-59°F) weather with a only cotton t-shirt underneath saw me sweating. Which brings me to:- Breathability – I found it to be ok in this department, but I really heat up in this softshell jacket if I exerted…

Lester Smith says:

I have mixed feelings. I’ve had other HH gear in the past. I know it’s quality stuff without being a trendy brand you see on every other person at your local shopping mall. Never one to be a follower I go with HH, a company based in Norway, the country where I claim my heritage. While you might not see the brand often at your local college campus, Target store, or coffee shop you will definitely see it on the deck of a crab fishing boat or a caribou hunt in Alaska. THAT says something.This jacket, however, is nothing to write home about. It’s comfortable, very thin, looks great, and provides decent insulation value–to a point. I was somewhat shocked at its inability to cut wind though. Go stand outside at just 40 degrees (not particularly cold for northern MN) with a 20mph and tell me this thing stops ANY wind. No good, and seems somewhat inexcusable in a $100 jacket. It’s also made in China, which bothers me, but is to be expected. Another issue is when you put your hands in your pockets, you…

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