Helly Hansen HH Warm Pant

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A premium merino-wool blend, these classic long underwear tights offer moisture management to keep you dry and great insulation so you stay warm in cold weather.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Helly Hansen Women's HH Warm Pant FEATURES of the Helly Hansen Women's HH Warm Pant HHWarm Flatlock stitching Alergy neutral Non itch Pure merino wool LIFA Stay Dry Technology

- Moosejaw

Trust the best wool base layer around in the Helly Hansen HH Warm Pants for women to keep you warm and dry through all your cold weather pursuits and adventures. These Helly Hansen HH Warm Pant long johns for women 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. 2-in-1 first and second layer. Dry next to skin, warm, non-itch and alergy neutral. Merino wool. LIFA Stay Dry Technology. 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): Magenta, Frozen Blue, Nordic Purple, Black/Penguin

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The snow swirls outside your bedroom window and reminds you to get up, put on your Helly Hansen Women's Warm Base Layer Pant, and prepare for another powder day. This two-layer, quick-drying pant wicks your lower half's sweat thanks to the hollow, next-to-skin Lifa fibers. An outer layer of merino wool insulates, manages moisture, and resists accumulating odors while you ski or board all day. To add extra comfort, this tight-fitting pant features flatlock seams and low bulk cuffs to reduce bunching in your boots.

- Backcountry.com