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FEATURES of the Helly Hansen Women's Lynnwood Raincoat
Helly tech protection
Adjustable waist and hood
Back and front yoke ventilation with mesh fabric
HH logo on hood
Primary Shell Fabric:
Hood, Waterproof, Ventilated Back Panel, Adjustable Hood
Type of Waterproofing:
Helly Hansen Helly Tech, DWR
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Helly Hansen Helly Tech
A waterproof, windproof, and breathable fabric to keep you dry and happy while exploring the outdoors, on water or land, when the elements are at their worst. The membrane prevents water from coming in while letting moisture (from body heat) escape. Stay outdoors, even in rain, snow or wind.
Durable Water Repellent
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Rated 3 out of
Detail Oriented from
So close. But why, Helly Hansen?I really, really, REALLY wanted to fall so deeply in love with this coat. I'm in my late 30s, and remember the days when knee-length coats were the norm — and in New England, a mid-thigh coat (so common today) does not cut it when the rain and elements blow sideways. I've literally searched high and low for months for a coat that's close to the knees, that has a double-zipper *and* an accentuated or adjustable waist — just a shell, no insulation; ready and willing to spend up to $400 if needed — but also in a color that isn't black, navy or classic "raincoat yellow." This gorgeous gray number from Helly Hansen almost seemed too good to be true, and sadly, it was for me.
First, the small (which I at first could even be too snug, as my hips are on the wider side, though my waist is more of an XS — always a tough judgment call on which direction to go in) is quite generous; enough so that I could fit an entire puffer coat underneath. I actually didn't mind that — I could see this working in the winter. But, the external drawstring then becomes a problem: I had a ton of slack without the puffer (my Helly Hansen Belfast coat, for comparison has a much slimmer fit, if straighter cut) , and the fact that it's going to be exposed to the elements means it's going to likely wear out before the rest of the components. It also made the coat look too casual compared to the rest of it, which feels elevated.
I loved, loved, loved the adjustable hood; I also was excited for the 2-way zipper (which a Helly Hansen customer service rep said did not exist, and I was prepared to pay to have installed by my tailor) — necessary for my walks.
But what really threw me, and I included photos of, are the wrist areas: instead of an adjustable velcro or fabric buckle — even just elastic — there is a weird snapping system, requiring you to reach under your wrist, as if you were attempting to secure a very tiny bracelet. It then causes the wrist opening to go from too big, to too small — I've got child-sized wrists and these were so snug. Great, I guess, for when it's pouring rain, but not so great when you're trying to fit gloves underneath. It actually looks ridiculous: big, puffy sleeves, and these little sausage wrists — kind of like a Canadian Mountie's billowing pants tucked into boots (no offense).
The matte fabric is simply beautiful, and as I mentioned before, the hue is so pretty and feminine. It's these weird details that just get to me — I don't buy outerwear often, and when I do, I try to get something I truly love so that I'll have it for a long time.
I'll be sitting on this for another day while I wait for a second coat to arrive from another brand for comparison — it's a great deal, and would serve my needs for fitness only, though had hoped to find a good in-between that would be fine with casual/regular clothes, too. Sadly, I think this Lynnwood jacket is going back (boo).
Date published: 2021-10-07
Rated 3 out of
Up Here from
Wish I could have kept it[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’m a big fan of Helly Hansen and own several of their pieces, including another women’s (winter) coat. Much as I wanted to both keep and love this one - it’s hard to find all of these features baked into one garment - I couldn’t: the fit was off (a small that felt more like a larger medium; the draw cord waist was so tightly pulled in, it looked like I had lassos dangling down); the wrist snap closure was ridiculously tight; the fabric and color were both elegant, but the details were too rugged for my taste. I wanted a coat that does it all - elegant enough for everyday, but not afraid to get outdoors with it - and ultimately ponied up for an Arcteryx. This coat is still a good value, and if I wasn’t so particular about those details, I would have kept it.
Date published: 2021-11-06
Rated 4 out of
Oregon Coast Approved[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] So, I live on the Oregon Coast and I'm not looking for a cute fashion raincoat, I'm looking for something that can keep me dry all winter in the 40mph winds and 5 inches of rain in one day storms that we get here. I want to be able to walk to the coffee shop in a sideways downpour, people. I need to be able to walk on the beach in all weather, and this coat seems like the ticket.
The length is long, even for "thigh-length" coats, and it's sure to keep my legs dry. The vent is key, as the humidity will almost make you as damp on the inside as if you hadn't worn a jacket at all. The hood is well-shpaed and large, and the zipper comes up the next to protect your chin from the wind and rain.
I'm marking down 1 star because the arm holes are too tight, meaning I can't layer very easily. The site recommended I order a medium and I'm gonna have to size up because I need to put this on over a sweater and down jacket, so I need something that doesn't squeeze my armpits. Hopefully, the size Large does the job.