Storm Cara in the UK was in full swing whilst we were driving the Aston Martin DB11. Unrelenting rain, floods, and winds gave us the opportunity to test out the new collections by Helly Hansen. So we toured the UK, Spain, and Pyrenees to experience both jackets as travel companions.
The new Edge Series of commuter-friendly rainwear is constructed with the best 3L Helly Tech Protection fabric, which is waterproof and breathable while remaining super comfortable. They also benefit from being designed with easy-to-adjust features to ensure wearers won’t look out of place during transit. Features include articulating straps on the sleeves, and an internal cinch belt, a shapeable hood, and even the ability to cover your bike through snaps at the cuffs to ensure you stay fully dry during rainy commutes.
The new Edge Series of commuter-friendly rainwear is constructed with the best 3L Helly Tech Protection fabric, which is waterproof and breathable while remaining super comfortable.
To learn more about Helly Hansen’s latest collections, visit www.hellyhansen.com.
Combining Helly Hansen’s classic, soft and 100% breathable PU material with lightweight Helly Tech Performance waterproofing, the Helox Active PU Jacketdelivers professional-grade technologies in urban design.
We put to the test the Active Hybrif Pu Jacket
Snowing here in Andorra. This jacket worked a treat as it was not that cold. I liked how the jacket absorbed the snowdrops.
To celebrate Helly Hansen’s long-standing relationship and presence in Japan, the new Japan Connection collection draws inspiration from the insight of Japanese design and combines it with professional technologies. The clean style mixes with technical fabrics to create sportswear, rainwear, and windproof apparel, including a 3L Helly Tech denim fabric.
When it was getting colder in the UK, we opted for the Lifaloft Hooded Insulated Jacket.
The grey camo looks great even during city tours and is very versatile regarding weather. So as we headed to Barcelona it still was needed for cooler weather.
About Helly Hansen
Founded in Norway in 1877, Helly Hansen continues to develop professional-grade apparel that helps people stay and feel alive. Through insights drawn from living and working in the world’s harshest environments, the company has developed a long list of first-to-market innovations, including the first supple waterproof fabrics more than 140 years ago. Other breakthroughs include the first fleece fabrics in the 1960s, the first technical base layers in the 1970s, made with Lifa® Stay Dry Technology, and today’s award-winning and patented H2Flow™ temperature regulating system.
Helly Hansen is a leader in technical sailing and performance ski apparel, as well as premium workwear. Its ski uniforms are worn and trusted by more than 55,000 professionals and can be found on Olympians, National Teams, and at more than 200 ski resorts and mountain guiding operations around the world.
Helly Hansen’s outerwear, base layers, sportswear, and footwear are sold in more than 40 countries and trusted by outdoor professionals and enthusiasts around the world.