Review: Helly Hansen Loke

Montanans need gear that will keep them dry and warm through foggy morning excursions and sudden afternoon downpours—and the Helly Hansen Loke jacket is ready for Montana’s schizophrenic weather. The Loke is windproof and waterproof, with vents to prevent overheating. A storm flap keeps out wind and rain, and fully adjustable cuffs, hood, and waist let you tailor the fit for year-round use. The material is very light and packable, but the Loke takes wear like a champ. This coat is a stellar purchase for spring, summer, and fall adventures—it’s kept me warm and dry through rain, sun, and snow.  $100; hellyhansen.com.

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