Helly Hansen Women’s Lifa Dry Pant

December 5, 2015 - Comment

Constructed using Lifa® Stay dry technology, the top Draws moisture away from the skin where it can be evaporated through the mid layer. Keeping you dry and focused. The main fabric construction is based on 4 decades of research and testing in moisture management. The unique design pulls excess heat and sweat away from your

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Constructed using Lifa® Stay dry technology, the top Draws moisture away from the skin where it can be evaporated through the mid layer. Keeping you dry and focused. The main fabric construction is based on 4 decades of research and testing in moisture management. The unique design pulls excess heat and sweat away from your skin and keeps you dry during high-intensity pursuits. Providing additional comfort the flatlock stitching eliminates potential skin irritation and chafing, allowing the top to be worn over extended periods in complete comfort. The Helly Hansen Dry Pant is the perfect training garment, no matter what your sport.

Product Features

  • LIFA Stay Dry Technology
  • Flat lock stitching
  • Low bulk cuffs

Comments

Ms. J. L. Bailey says:

Comfortable and fit well 0

tulipano says:

warm and comfy I have two pairs of these, one black and one pink. They both do their job without a lot of bells and whistles. They stay up on my fairly curvy body. They go all the way down to my ankles (and I need a 34″ inseam). And they are nice and warm – no wind-blocking but they are generally worn under another pair of pants, so. The black pair is actually dark/opaque enough that you could probably get away with wearing them as leggings with a tunic if you really wanted to. I’ve worn them as pajama bottoms a few times and didn’t feel embarassed walking to the bathroom from the tent. At the same time, they are definitely thin enough that you can wear them under normal (non-hiking) pants. I’m one of those people who is always cold and wore them several times under jeans this winter.The only kind of negative thing I could say is that the pink pair pilled a tiny bit after 5 or 6 washes but nothing terrible.One last thing is that the first time they go on you have to pull a bit to get…

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