Helly Hansen Ask CIS Sailing Jacket

Helly Hansen Ask CIS Sailing Jacket

Named after one of the first humans created by the god Odin according to Norwegian folklore, Helly Hansen's new Ask line is its most modern and upscale collection yet. The Helly Hansen Ask CIS Sailing Jacket ($450) is a perfect example, built from PU-coated cotton that feels like Hansen's original 1877 waterproof fabrics, and pairs its white or black outer with a removable, quilted inner vest, ocean-ready high collar, and antique metal fasteners. Perfect for the modern viking, and no, we don't mean those idiots in the Capital One commercials.

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