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Free Shipping. Helly Hansen Men's HH Warm 3/4 Boot Top Pant FEATURES of the Helly Hansen Men's HH Warm 3/4 Boot Top Pant HHWarm Flatlock stitching Alergy neutral Non itch Pure merino wool LIFA Stay Dry technology
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Merino wool creates a warm wool base layer for these men's Helly Hansen HH Warm 3/4 Pant long johns, which offer moisture wicking and a 3/4 length to accommodate boots and gear. Helly Hansen These men's 3/4-length base layer long johns are one of the best wool base layers on the market. The unique LIFA fibre technology and premium merino wool exterior provide superior insulation and moisture-wicking properties to keep you warm and dry. HH Warm. Merino wool. LIFA Stay dry Technology. 2-in-1 first and second layer. Dry next to skin, warm, non itch and alergy neutral. This baselayer features two different components, the inner Lifa fibres ensure you stay dry, while the outer, soft Merino wool adds warmth and comfort. The Lifa fabric used in our HH Warm baselayers feature a hollow T3 fiber construction. Imitating polar bear fur, this innovative design provides even greater moisture transport and insulating performance. Available Color(s): Black
- Tahoe Mountain Sports refers to the men's version
There are two things that are sure to ruin your ski day, or at the very least annoy you for the duration of the day--being cold, and having your long underwear bunch up in your boots and cause hot spots. The Men's Warm 3/4 Pant from Helly Hansen takes care of both those problems quite nicely. Merino wool helps to keep you warm, even when the winds are blowing on the chairlift, and the Lifa Stay Dry technology facilitates moisture-wicking, since it's pretty darn hard to stay warm once you're already wet. HH Warm technology is designed to mimic polar bear fur, for even more warmth when the snow is falling. Flatlock stitching on all the seams ensures that you won't feel chafing after a long day on the slopes, and the 3/4 length means no bunching in your boots.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version