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Helly Hansen Lifa Base Layer Pants - 75505_990

Helly Hansen Lifa Base Layer Pants - 75505_990

Helly Hansen

100% Polypropylene 130g, Lifa® Stay Dry Technology™. Outperforms any polyester base layer by far. Keeps you dry and warm. Maximum moisture transport. Extremely quick drying. Lightweight & soft. Durable. Naturally anti-bacterial. Non allergic. Colours: Black. Sizes: S-XXL.

Code: 689196


Helly Hansen

£15.75 Pair (ex. VAT)

£18.90 inc. VAT
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Helly Hansen Lifa Base Layer Pants - 75505_990

HH LIFA Light is a pair of performance base layer pants, delivering lightweight insulation and comfort for everyday use and high performance activities. HH LIFA Light is constructed with 100% Lifa® fibers that are quick-dry, extremely breathable, and super lightweight. Continually perfected over the last 40 years, Lifa® Stay Warm technology is the unique ingredient of all Helly Hansen base layers.

Light weight insulation
100% Lifa®
Elastic waist band for great fit and freedom of movement
Flat lock seams for max comfort

Available in sizes XS - 4XL

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer HELLY HANSEN
Manufacturer Code 75415_990-S

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