Helly Hansen Men’s Dubliner Jacket, Navy, Large

April 7, 2016 - Comment

The Dubliner rain jacket features Helly Tech Protection construction to remain breathable while turning away the wind and rain. It has a fold-away hood, adjustable cuffs and hem, and an extra flap to keep your zipper dry. This versatile jacket fits great and allows the freedom of movement you need for a variety of activities.

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:49 pm EDT - Details)

The Dubliner rain jacket features Helly Tech Protection construction to remain breathable while turning away the wind and rain. It has a fold-away hood, adjustable cuffs and hem, and an extra flap to keep your zipper dry. This versatile jacket fits great and allows the freedom of movement you need for a variety of activities.

Product Features

  • 100% Polyester with micro porous coating and DWR
  • Helly Tech Protection
  • Fully seam sealed
  • Fits great and allows the freedom of movement

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Great fit and a real solid jacket. Finally a rain and wind jacket for those of us who are on the slim side! I usually wear a small so I got a small and voila, perfection. I had the Mountain Hardwear Plasmic (small) and it engulfed me. I’m 5’10 – 155 lbs. the fit is great for me and enough to put a thin fleece under it. Arm length is a little past the wrist. The waist is a wee bit snug but that’s just a small quibble. Solid looking jacket! Im gonna take it for a spin as a shell for skiing so we’ll see how it holds up…

Mike says:

Runs SMALL The quality of the product is very good. The 3-star rating was due to the sizing. I wear a large or XL in coats and jackets, depending on the manufacturer. (XL is my usual size but on a recent jacket purchase, I returned an XL for the large, which fit perfect, and even allows for wearing a heavy flannel/sweater underneath.) The XL in this jacket was way too small! I could not even come close to zipping it up. My son wears a Medium – this jacket fit him well.

Josh Brown says:

Best light rain coat I’ve ever had I’m surprised at the criticism of this jacket from some reviewers on here, I have been desperately trying to figure out what model of jacket I have for the last two years since mine has started becoming a little more breathable than waterproof after years of abuse doing hard labor outside in the rain. Some unfortunate soul forgot my jacket at the bar I was working at years ago and after a few months I adopted it. I’ve had a few other jackets of this type Columbia and the like and they don’t…

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