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Helly Hansen Mens Lifa Dry Stripe Crew Compression Top

January 18, 2015 - Comment

Featuring Helly Hansen DRY. The moisture wicking layer within the top keeps you dry and comfortable by keeping perspiration out and the warmth in. This thermal top is suitable for a range a activities and conditions the Helly Hansen DRY Stripe Compression Top is adaptable for you to use all year round. The garment is

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Featuring Helly Hansen DRY. The moisture wicking layer within the top keeps you dry and comfortable by keeping perspiration out and the warmth in.

This thermal top is suitable for a range a activities and conditions the Helly Hansen DRY Stripe Compression Top is adaptable for you to use all year round. The garment is made with a contour fit for better comfort, hugging you, compressing muscles and reducing vibration.

Product Features

  • LIFA Stay Dry Technology
  • Flat lock stitching
  • Low bulk cuffs
  • Available in X-Small; Small; Medium; Large; X-Large & XX-Large
  • Choice of colours

Comments

doublegone says:

Could this be the crowning achievement of western capitalism? I was thinking the other day, this garment must represent about the best value for money I have ever spent. They are totally reliable for the purpose and just keep on going. I have two long sleeved and one short. I’ve had them about ten years. They have been on countless camping trips, fishing, snowboarding and hiking expeditions. When its cold in the winter I just wear them day to day under ordinary clothes for extra insulation. I’ve been doing a lot of winter running lately. They go on under a normal running top and a windproof shell and its perfect even in the Scottish December. They always keep me warm, dry and comfortable. After a decade they show no signs of wear other than the lettering fading on the washing label. They look exactly like they did when I bought them despite being washed at all sorts of temperatures with all sorts of other items. I can’t think of anything else I have ever bought from curtains to a car that has kept doing the business for ten years with no signs…

Mr. James West "Nebulous" says:

great for cycling I’ve taken up cycling, and the magazines talk about technical clothing and using different layers, including a base layer. I was struggling to get my head round what a base layer was – but I went and bought this top anyway. Effectively it is a thin t-shirt/vest. It’s very comfortable, very well fitting with seams designed not to irritate or annoy you whilst being active. The most impressive thing though is what is known as the ‘wicking’ ability. This means that if you sweat the sweat doesn’t stay close to your skin leaving you damp and uncomfortable. What it does instead is transport it to the outside of the garment, where it can evaporate. There are different grades for use in different conditions. The ‘dry’ ones are perhaps the most versatile, and they are rated for use from -15 C to +15 C. The top is designed to be used as a base layer, but in warmer conditions it wouldn’t look out of place and would be perfectly possile to wear it on its own as a t-shirt.Now the most…

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