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Mar 08, 21

Helly Hansen’s Winter 2021 footwear collection delivers comfort and protection

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Helly Hansen’s Winter 2021 footwear collection delivers comfort and protection on and off the mountain

Helly Hansen was founded in 1877, and since then, the brand has continued to innovate, making professional grade gear to help people stay and feel alive in unpredictable conditions. It has a deep-rooted heritage within some of the most impressive landscapes and mountains in nature, while having the experience of living and working in harsh, challenging environments. Drawing on this knowledge and insight, Helly Hansen launches a series of new footwear styles for the Winter 2021 season, designed to offer maximum comfort and protection both outdoors and in the city.

Designed to complement the brand’s Verglas outdoor collection, the Cascade HT is a lightweight, yet stable and well-cushioned performance hiker. It is fully waterproof, featuring a HELLY TECH® waterproof/breathable membrane, and is constructed with a lightweight Swift Frame stabiliser and a protective HH® Pro Guard toe and heel cap. The boot also features an HH® Max-Comfort insole and HH® Power-Stride midsole, which provide optimal cushioning and comfort for long days on the mountain. The outsole features a multi-directional traction system, HH® Surround-Grip, alongside the brand’s proven HH® Max-Grip rubber compound, ensuring stability and traction on even the most challenging terrain in harsh conditions. The Cascade HT is available in both men’s and women’s specific designs and in both low-cut and mid-cut styles.

The new footwear styles will be available in-store and online from Autumn 2021. For more information about Helly Hansen or to see the latest collections, please visit: http://www.hellyhansen.com.

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