OUTDOOR RESEARCH Men's Helium II JacketThe Helium II jacket is so light and packs down so small, you'll forget it's stuffed in your pack or clipped to your harness until you throw it on to ward off a sudden mid-route downpour. Compressible to the size of a granola bar and completely waterproof, the Helium II doesn't waste space or add more than a feather's-worth of weight.
This product will be shipped directly from Outdoor Research and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.
- Lightweight, waterproof, breathable construction
- Fully adjustable hood
- Single-separating front zipper
- Zippered napoleon pocket
- Internal pocket doubles as stuff sack
- Carabiner loop
- Drawcord hem
- Internal front-zip stormflap
- Elastic cuffs
- Fully seam taped
Fiber Content: 100% nylon
Country of Origin: Imported
OUTDOOR RESEARCH Men's Helium II Jacket
Packability Highly compact Insulation Type N/A Removable Liner No Ventilation N/A Waterproof Material Pertex Shield+ Weight 6.4 oz. Waterproof Yes Activity/BreathabilityLev Moderate Construction 2.5 layer Hood Type Yes, fixed Fleece Weight N/A Insulation Rating N/A
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- Packs small
Comments about OUTDOOR RESEARCH Men's Helium II Jacket:
jacket packs down very small and stows easily in its internal pocket. i am 5'5", 135" and the small fits perfect. the main uses i bought it for are backpacking and multipitch climbing. so far,i have only been in the rain with it during a backpacking trip, where i hiked most of the day in a medium drizzle to light rain. the jacket kept out all the rain, but it also got a little swampy inside from perspiration (not much ventilation.) i had to open the front zip to breath a bit. jacket works great as windbreaker as well. also fits a climbing helmet under the hood (wild country 360 53-61cm). only complaint i have is the wrist cuffs are a little loose. this is a great jacket when the weather turns foul, but i would get choose a beefier jacket if i was knowingly going out into a storm.
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