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Women’s Helly Hansen Rig Fleece Jacket


Women’s Helly Hansen Rig Fleece Jacket

Throw on the Women’s Helly Hansen Rig Fleece Jacket for spring days and chilly summer evenings—it’s a lightweight, playful fleece jacket that is brushed on both sides and feels soft to the touch.

Original price was: €80.00.Current price is: €72.00.

SKU: 54078

Availability: In Stock

Women's Helly Hansen Rig Fleece Jacket


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Women’s Helly Hansen Rig Fleece Jacket features: With its two-way stretch fabric, flatlock seams, zippered hand pockets, and a full-length zip closure, this women’s fleece jacket is both comfortable and functional. It features funky cutlines and colors, and it works both as a midlayer and an outer layer for your adventures in the city or beyond.
  • EMBROIDERY Branded logo
  • 2-way stretch fabric
  • Flatlock seams for extra comfort
  • Hand pockets
  • Reinforcement fabric on sleeves
  • Micro Fleece Fabric
  • Overlay fabric
  • YKK® Zipper
  • Recycled Content
  • Fiber content: -Shell: 100% Polyester (Recycled) – Shell 2: 100% Polyester
  • Care Instructions: – Close zippers before washing. Do not use fabric softener. Wash with similar colours.
  • Weight: – 300g
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Women’s Helly Hansen Rig Fleece Jacket – Who is the brand 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 almost 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 both technical sailing and performance ski apparel. Its ski uniforms are worn and trusted by more than 50,000 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. Helly Hansen was born in the environment. It’s our duty to protect it. We create professional grade gear to help people stay and feel alive in the harshest environments in the world. Ever since Helly Hansen was founded by sea captain Helly Juell Hansen in 1877, we have developed high-quality gear to protect people at sea and in the mountains, and we have an obligation to protect these environments. After 140+ years in business, we know that long-term success can only be achieved by respecting, protecting and promoting ethical values, human rights and the environment. We are committed to continue advocating for the responsible use and enjoyment of the oceans, mountains and the greater outdoors. By applying a holistic and scientific approach to all our decisions, we strive to ensure our actions support the possibility for people and the planet to thrive. OUR APPROACH TO POLYESTER Polyester represents around 50% of global fiber production, with more than 63,000 million tons of polyester fiber being produced annually. At Helly Hansen, 55% of our fibers in textiles and nonwovens are comprised of polyester raw materials. We are committed to switching over to recycled raw materials and have signed the Textile Exchange 2025 Recycled Polyester Challenge. We aim for at least 50% of our polyester and polyamide fibers to be recycled by 2025. In 2022, 24% of our purchased polyester for apparel were recycled polyester. For insulation in 2022 45% of the polyester was recycled. We are steadily increasing the volume of recycled materials every season, in line with recycled polyester becoming more accessible. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT By using more recycled polyester, including Ocean Bound recycled polyester, we reduce dependence on petroleum as the raw material for our fabric needs. By diverting PET-bottles from landfill we reduce soil contamination, air and water pollution.  

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