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On test in Austria, we review the Helly Hansen Supreme Insulated Jacket - a lot of jacket, but a lot of price too

Price
£650
Quality
8
Comfort
10
Value
8
Performance
8
Overall Score
9
+
really warm, clever design
will put a huge dent in your bank balance

The clean cut design of the Supreme utilises Helly Hansen's new lightweight, four-way stretch, breathable and waterproof 'Professional' outer fabric, and it's insulated with PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Down Blend.

HH's innovative 'H2Flow' system is incorporated into the lining to help keep you dry and warm/ cool depending on the outside conditions, and there are also laser cut ventilation openings for a continuous air flow in warmer conditions.

Additional features include a neat, zip away powder skirt, articulated arms and elbows with wrist gaiters, detachable helmet compatible and fully adjustable hood, two hand warmer pockets, internal pockets for goggles and electronic gadgetry and a lift pass pocket on the left sleeve.

The Supreme feels supremely comfortable although you do have the added mass of an insulated jacket, but it's not that bulky or heavy to be honest. So, in summary you get plenty of features and plenty of warmth - but at a price.

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