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Helly Hansen Lifa Merino Crewneck Base Layer Top - 75106_990

Helly Hansen Lifa Merino Crewneck Base Layer Top - 75106_990

Helly Hansen

The best wool baselayer crew neck on the market. Will easily be any workers best friend in cold and damp conditions in any line of work. Combining the unique LIFA® fiber technology next to skin to keep you dry, with a premium merino wool exterior with superior insulating and wicking properties. Flatlock seams for comfort.

Code: 737065


Helly Hansen

£32.65 Each (ex. VAT)

£39.18 inc. VAT
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Helly Hansen Lifa Merino Crewneck Base Layer Top - 75106_990

The HH LIFA MERINO is the warmest base layer yet, perfect for any type of activity in cold weather. A unique 2-in-1 base layer with 100% merino wool combined with Lifa® Stay Warm Technology in a 2 layer construction. HH LIFA MERINO delivers all the great benefits of merino wool fibers plus the unique properties of technical Lifa® fibers.

2-in-1 base layer
2-layer construction
100% merino wool exterior
Lifa® technology interior
Non itch
Flat lock seams

Available in sizes XS - 4XL

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Helly Hansen
Manufacturer Code 75026

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