Helly Hansen Squamish CIS (3-in-1) Rain Jacket
|Price:||$123.53 - $225.00|
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- 100% Polyester
- 2 ply fabric construction
- Helly Tech Protection
- Component Insulation System 3 in 1 jacket
- Waterproof, windproof and breathable
- Fully seam sealed
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Versatile 3-In-1 Waterproof Jacket
Perfect for cooler weather when water protection is needed.
Great for when temperatures drop, but water protection is not necessary.
An all-season shell jacket, great for superior protection against any moisture.
Outerlayer protection for all activities in wet, cold and windy weather. Helly Tech Protection offers waterproof, breathable and windproof protection to keep you dry and enjoying your adventures longer!
Front storm flap with YKK front zipper and YKK zipped hand pockets for full waterproof protection.
Designed to keep the weather out and you warm, dry, and comfortable, the adjustable cuffs ensure the perfect fit.
The Perfect 4-Season Jacket!
The Helly Hansen 'Component Insulation System' have a great cross over potential as the zip out inner jacket is inter-changeable with all or CIS compatible midlayers. The Squamish rain jacket is a design for active usage through differing temperatures making a versatile package as the outer shell as well as with the zip out fleece is wearable on its own.
The Helly Hansen "Component Insulation System" has a great cross over potential as the zip out inner jacket is inter-changeable with all our CIS compatible midlayers. The Squamish rain jacket is a design for active usage through differing temperatures making a versatile package as the outer shell, as well as with the zip out fleece, is wearable on its own.
Top Customer Reviews
The outer chest pocket on the shell sports a rugged waterproof zipper, but I was a bit disappointed to see that the lower slash pockets have only one snap each to close them. The closures should keep items secured, but we'll have to see how well this design will keep moisture out of the pockets.
Do note that the Squamish outer shell does not have venting zippers in the arm pits -- I know that some folks really like those (the similar Helly Hansen Approach CIS Jacket does have pit zips). All in all, he's quite pleased with the construction and the fit of the garment.
Negativity aside the jacket is somewhat warm and seems to be made constructed well. It is made in Vietnam if you care about origin. The deep steel color is probably more accurately called "navy blue" and the liner is "highlighter yellow/green". I'm a tall and skinny guy (39" chest, 5'10", longish arms) and medium fits nice and snug with just enough room for layering. I like the fit because it does not puff out even without using the waist draw string cords. The sleeves could be 1" longer... but my wrists stay covered unless I'm really stretching out. The jacket is made well enough that I would take it snowboarding if I didn't already have a dedicated shell.
I paid $129 which I consider a good price for what you get. Anything over $150 and I'd pass.
UPDATE: It's really not as warm as I originally thought. The liner has synthetic insulation that doesn't do as much as I'd like. Additionally the waterproofing is what I'd call dubious. I walked my dog in a moderate rain and it wetted out pretty quick. I'd spend a little more coin if you really need to be warm and dry.