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Helly Hansen 2011 range now available in Australia and NZ

by Helly Hansen on 18 Jan 2011
Skagen Offshore jacket Scandinavian style meets durable design in this ¾ length Helly Tech XP waterproof and breathable jacket. Helly Hanson http://www.hellyhansen.com
Sailing is an adrenaline rush that lives on long after the boat has docked. Make the most of the experience in Helly Hansen performance sailing apparel and sportswear - with the new Hydropower sailing range now with sportswear collection available in Australia and New Zealand.

The world’s most experienced outdoor apparel brand is pleased to announce that the acclaimed Hydropower sailing range features a great sportswear collection that embodies our nautical and Scandinavian heritage in a range of stylish pieces perfect for life on shore this summer. The series of jackets, pants, polos and shorts reflect the progressive image of the technical Hydropower race apparel line but in casual fabrics and designs that can be worn every day.

Renowned for protecting sailors on the harshest oceans of the world, Helly Hansen’s water sports collection also features high performance ocean racing gear, as well as coastal and inshore pieces designed to withstand the extreme and varied weather conditions experienced at sea.

Traditional designs enhanced by innovation and offering outstanding comfort, such as the Offshore jacket and bib deliver excellent wind and water protection for those really seeking to test themselves on the open water.

The recent success of the Helly Hansen winter ’Confidence’ campaign saw the brand become more recognised amongst Australian consumers as a premier outerwear and ski apparel provider. The new sailing range will also utilise this message, reflecting the Confidence that Helly Hansen will provide you in any environment – from Bass Strait to the Yacht Club bar.

Now with our fourth brand store open at Chatswood Chase, Sydney to complement our established Melbourne locations and the launch of www.hellyhansen.com.au HH is now accessible to the broader Australian as well as New Zealand markets.

Skagen Offshore jacket (above)
Scandinavian style meets durable design in this ¾ length Helly Tech XP waterproof and breathable jacket. The fully featured jacket is ideal for offshore and coastal cruising. Available in several colours including white, red, navy and azure blue, the Skagen Offshore features 2 layer seam sealed construction, extra high collar with Polartec fleece, adjustable hood, articulated arms and elbows and SOLAS reflectives. The new design gives the HH Offshore range a nice facelift and has a new low price of $499.95.



Hydropower Bay jacket
The Hydropower Bay jacket offers a new option for keen sailors and sportsmen alike. The casual design, regular fit and adjustable hood make this waterproof and breathable Helly Tech jacket the perfect item for a casual day of cruising. Part of the new Hydropower collection, the Hydropower Bay jacket features 2 layer seam sealed construction, Polartec fleece and hand warmer pockets for those chilly days, and one hand adjustable hem. This jacket will see you through windy and wet conditions, and will still look good when you walk through the clubhouse doors. RRP $249.95.


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