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Helly Hansen Ludvika Hi-Vis Jacket Orange - 71376-265

Helly Hansen Ludvika Hi-Vis Jacket Orange - 71376-265

Helly Hansen

Teflon® coating Hi-Vis Jacket with durable Nylon Oxford content provides the jacket with extremely hardwearing and durable properties.

Code: 688973

Helly Hansen

£90.55 Each (ex. VAT)

£108.66 inc. VAT
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Helly Hansen Ludvika Hi-Vis Jacket Orange - 71376-265

Constructed from Helly Hansen’s famous Helly Tech Waterproof/Breathable fabric, The Ludvika Jacket is Helly Hansen’s most popular technical Hi-Vis jacket. Approved to EN343 Waterproof Protection and EN342 Protection from Cold and EN471 Hi-Vis, this jacket is widely used by construction workers, airport workers and emergency services throughout the world. With its Teflon® coating and durable Nylon Oxford content, this is an extremely hardwearing and durable Hi-Vis jacket. EN471 - Class 3. Oil repellent. Taped seams. Zip ventilation under arms. 2 chest pocket with zip closure. Mobile pocket with pen pocket on right chest. Click.on loops for additional accessories under flaps. 2 hand pockets with zip closure under flaps. Map pocket under storm flap. Storm flap with zipper and Velcro closure. Detachable hood with drawcord adjustment and velcro top adjustment. Hood made for helmet. Reflective tape. Drawcord adjustment at hem. Elastic cuffs with velcro adjustment. Extended back. Inside zipper for enter inside of the jacket. Colour: Orange/Navy. Sizes: S-XXL.

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