The Best Jackets For Cold Weather and Deep Snow From Helly Hansen - Ski Mag

Cold temperatures and fresh snow are the cornerstones of a great ski season. But not everyday can be bluebird, and some of the best skiing can be had on days when the weather is less than ideal. Don't let adverse conditions dissuade you from getting outside. Helly Hansen jackets, pants, and layering systems are designed to insulate and protect you from the harsh elements, and keep you comfortable, not matter what Mother Nature throws your way. When you can't choose the conditions, choose like a pro. 

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