Initially designed in 2011 for outdoor expeditions where every gram matters, the Helium Hood jacket was created for outstanding warmth and protection while being extremely light and packable. Filled with a premium 90/10 ratio of down and feathers, it is robust and warm, fitting a range of weather conditions. Plus, it is easily compressed to take up minimal space in your packing.
The distinct quilting pattern, inspired by the lining of a Japanese army parka, holds every quality of a great design — simple, functional yet instantly recognisable.
The combination of lightness and warmth allows for versatility; making it perfect to wear both by itself or as a layering piece. This has made the Helium a jacket for every season, all-year round. A jacket you easily can bring anywhere, anytime. Keep it with you and stay warm and protected. The Helium is a true Peak Performance Icon.
As it was created for outdoor expeditions where versatility and performance of every piece matters it is ideal for a range of demanding activities. The water-repellent, wind-resistant material and the adjustable hood ensures protection in a range of weather conditions.
The clean design has also made it a go-to jacket for everyday life in a city. The slim cut makes it easy to layer and the hood provides warmth and protection where you need it. Slip it underneath a tailored coat for a clash of performance and elegance. Because why should you have to choose between look and warmth?
The understated, versatile design and comfort has also become a favourite among athleisure devotees. Ideal for wearing going to the gym, a yoga class or why not even for a winter run?
Ultimately, as we have a great love for nature and our planet, everything we do takes the environment into careful consideration. The Helium jacket is made of 100 % nylon, using non-fluorocarbon based (NFD) durable water repellency (DWR). The down filling is certified according to responsible down standard (RDS) —guaranteeing that no down or feathers have been plucked from living birds and that the animals are morally and ethically treated.
Five Guys, Five Days, One Mountain
Five friends went up to northern Sweden to trek the mountain of Ahkka in Lappland. Here we get a glimpse of their adventure.