Helly Hansen Stripe Crew

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A classic performance base layer, the Helly Hansen Stripe Crew for men is a favorite choice among skiers, climbers, sailors, kayakers and backpackers. Compared to traditional thermal underwear designs, the Stripe Crew is exceptionally breathable and wicks away perspiration considerably faster than some active foundation apparel. Helly Hansen applied flat lock stitching throughout their Stripe Crew to prevent chafing while wearing a backpack or climbing gear. Unlike some performance base layers, the Helly Hansen Stripe Crew has a slightly dropped hem in back for additional coverage when you're skiing or snowboarding. The Helly Hansen Stripe Crew for men features low bulk cuffs for easy glove integration, but the sleeves offer a slightly looser fit compared to the closer fit throughout the torso. Many guys view the loose sleeve fit as an added benefit, especially if they tend to roll up their sleeves after the sun dries out the morning dew.

- Altrec Outdoors

Pros and recreational athletes alike flock to the stripes of the Helly Hansen Stripe Crew Top, which is recognized as the classic technical baselayer. Thanks to Lifa Stay Dry Technology and Helly Hansen's HH Dry layer, the Stripe Crew quickly pulls moisture away from your body so you can maintain comfort and warmth even during aerobic activity in the cold. Low-bulk cuffs and flatlock stitching mean this baselayer is comfortable under a shell or mid-layer.

- Backcountry.com

Description of Helly Hansen Stripe Crew Graphic ShirtLifa® Stay Dry Technology™ gets a fashion infusion with hot new graphics.Features:Flat lock stitching Low bulk cuffs

- US Outdoor Store

Helly Hansen Men's Stripe Crew

currently retails for:
$29.96
MSRP: $40.00

The Helly Hansen Men's Stripe Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 27, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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