- Helly Hansen's go-to marine all purpose jacket; waterproof and breathable fully-fleece lined with warming collar and long sleeves to keep you warm and dry whatever the weather
- Outdoor lightweight and high breathability gear with Polartec 100 g fleece lining for extra performance, durability and design/easily packable
- Face: 100% Polyester / Back: 100% Polyurethane
- Machine Wash
- Fastening: Drawstring
- Crew Hooded Midlayer
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- Product Dimensions : 60 x 40 x 30 cm; 453.59 Grams
- Date First Available : 15 May 2017
- Manufacturer : Helly Hansen
- Item model number : 33874
- ASIN : B073RPK85H
- Department : Men's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,086 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
- Customer reviews:
Crew hooded midlayer jacket: Helly Hansen's ever so Popular versatile Jacket for Sailors leaning towards classic Marine Style And function. When the weather calls for added protection, this waterproof, breathable jacket with a hood And fleece lining keeps you warm and dry. Warm fleece-lined Collar and hand pockets add to the comfort, Adjustable fit and a clean design Makes This a favourite among crews around the world. About Helly Hansen: Helly Hansen gear is worn And trusted by professionals on oceans, mountains and worksites. Helly Hansen's sailing gear is worn by world-class sailors across All five oceans and Proud to partner with and participate in some of the Sport's Most Iconic regattas and sailing associations. As a leading scandina- vian work wear brand, you'll see us at work-sites where performance, protection and safety matter most. Helly Hansen continue to support captain Hansen leg a- cm through a long list of first-to-market Innovations developed through Insights from those working and recreating in the world's harshest environments.
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An XL in this instance, reviewer is often between sizes 'large' and 'extra large' depending on brand (Large for North Face jackets) due to being broad across the shoulders, relatively long torso, 42" chest and average length legs (32-34" inside seam). The Midlayer comes down to just below reviewer's hip-bone and is a decent fit, though the waist adjustment had to be pulled in slightly. The pockets are not huge - a Samsung S20FE pretty much fills 'main' waist pockets - and reviewer is not enamoured by the red zip tassels (navy would look better) though these are a triviality and can easily be removed.
The large 'HH' in white is overused but does not detract too much from appearance and a needless design below the packable hood can be covered by this feature - the Midlayer looks better with hood out/down. Midlayer does not look overly 'Dadsy' due to its length and does not bear the outright appearance of a rain-coat despite being Helly-Tech waterproof. Reviewer customarily (minus pandemic) wears dress trousers and shoes to work and the Midlayer is passable both with these and jeans. Having previously purchased a Berghaus 'Storm Cloud' water-proof jacket (the feeling on the skin from this particular jacket is horrendous), the Midlayer is much more comfortable with its smooth fleece lining.
Somewhat reluctant to invest in a brand hi-jacked by parent-sponsored chavs and neds, Helly Hansen nevertheless consistently features high on outdoor jacket ratings. For a relatively low price, the Midlayer is a sound investment, high quality product boasting surprising spec.
Warm and waterproof, a must have for the best of British weather. Only lacks a hood, but they do make the exact same jacket with a built in hood, and yes I also have bought one of those.
I used to be a massive fan of Berghaus Goretex jackets, and yes they are still one of the best. But Helly Hansen is just as good and cheaper, especially at Amazon.
The fit is comfortable and all the zips are easy to use, I know the zip thing sounds stupid, but some very expensive jackets I have bought in the past have been a real hassle to zip up.
Only criticism is that the pockets are a touch small, must be a sailing thing as I normally buy hiking jackets.
The first (& obvious) problem from the moment it arrived is that the 'shape' of the jacket is not correct, whilst the shoulder & chest size is correct the jacket seems to be far too 'baggy' around the waist. The arms are also far too long. I actually have quite long arms for my size/height & the arms on this jacket are at least 2 ins too long!
However I can live with these failings but what I can't live with is the fact that the material (which claims to b e 'breathable') is nothing of the kind & even walking for a couple of miles only in this jacket you build up a huge amount of 'condensation' on the inside of the jacket & after an hour or so of not particularly strenuous walking any clothes on the inside are soaked with condensation!
The jacket may therefore we suitable for a light stroll in the rain or possibly a passive boat trip but totally unsuitable for any kind of strenuous exercise. I bough it for walking in winter & it's totally unsuitable!
I'm 6.5/6.6ft and its just long enough for me, I didn't want a long coat so this covering the belt and top of my trousers is perfect length for me, arms are quite long but then so are mine.
1) Can't believe how warm and light it is
2) Can't believe how light and warm it is
When you put this coat on you'll think one of these 2 things.
And the other stuff? Yes, really well made, Yes really comfortable, yes really good fit, yes nice features , yes really waterproof in the pouring rain but its the wow factors that will get you.