Building on its recent string of archive-inspired capsules, Helly Hansen returns to its vast history of performance-driven garments for its Fall/Winter 2021 collection.
Taking notes from its ÆGIR Offshore collection that was originally created to outfit competitive sailors, FW21 utilises high-end fabrications and technologies to serve up a modernised capsule that comprises a more refined visual aesthetic and color palette.
The HH 5-1 STORM COAT — arguably the stand-out garment in the collection — can be worn in five different ways and features 3-layer performance shell fabrication, an interchangeable spray hood and reflective detailing for ultra-high visibility.
Similarly, the HH FLOW PARKA — built with the brand’s H2FlowTM system — features a temperature regulation system that keeps its wearer warm by storing hot air, while also allowing cooling through ventilation zippers. Helly Hansen’s Reversible Puffa returns for FW21 too, alongside gillets, modular spray hoods and a series of technical T-shirts.
The Helly Hansen HH-118389225-212 collection will be available from September 2021 from the brand’s online webstore.
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