Helly-Hansen unisex-child Moss Classic Rain Coat Jacket With Full Rain Protection
- 20 centimeters wide
- Helox+ technology
- Fully waterproof and windproof
- Welded seams
- Quick dry inside
- Detachable hood
HELOX: PROTECTION FROM THE WIND AND RAIN
Helly Hansen introduced Helox in 1949 by sewing a thin sheet of translucent PVC plastic into coats to make them waterproof. This revolutionary technology became the must-have protection for outdoor use, with immediate success the technology was used by the Norwegian delegation at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki.
Today, Helox products are made with a PVC free material while still retaining many classic and stylish silhouettes. Helox+ fabric is 100% waterproof, featuring a full stretch construction for unrestricted movement paired with a soft interior fabric for complete comfort (although the fabric is not breathable, it will keep you protected in the worst conditions possible).The Helox+ fabric is now made out of a durable and flexible PVC free material and comes with a color-matched PU repair kit, in the Norwegian tradition of repairing your gear to ensure it has the longest life possible.
BENEFITS OF HELOX RAINWEAR
Helly Hansen's raincoats made with Helox are designed to keep you dry during your commute and adventures.
Not only are Helox products waterproof, they are also 100% windproof, keeping you protected from the elements while outside.
PU REPAIR KIT
Repair don't replace! Every Helox item comes with a PU Repair Kit so you can fix any accidents that happen along the way.
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|PU Repair Kit||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Center Back Length||34.6"||33"||34.25"||30.71"||29.13"|
FIT GUIDE: Fitted
Slim fit to body. Fitted technical garments may be worn over baselayers and light midlayers. Pants are slimmer through the thigh and knee and won't go much below the ankle when standing up straight.