February Gym Fashion - Winter Warmers: The Helly Hansen Edit

Cold weather is frequently used as an excuse for not exercising, which is why this month I'm focusing on one of my favourite gym fashion brands, Helly Hansen. This brand has a huge range of ski jackets, rainwear, running tights, base layers, fleeces and yoga t-shirts to keep you warm and dry throughout the winter months. No Excuses!


Founded in Norway in 1877, the Helly Hansen range as evolved from oilskin jackets and trousers made from linen soaked in Linseed Oil to a range of brightly coloured outdoor sportswear worn by world class sailors, skiers and mountaineers. Nowadays, the activewear range makes use of breathable materials that keep you dry and help to regulate your temperature making it ideal for outdoor activities, whether you're running in the winter weather or taking a ski trip. There's also kit suitable for wearing in the gym, which draws sweat away from the skin to keep you comfortable even during the toughest workout. 
Clothing images supplied by Helly Hansen


(1) VTR Core Singlet, £17.50, reduced from £25; (2) Graphic Fleece Hoodie, £70; 
(3) Active Flow Graphic, £45; (4) Garibaldi boots, £130; (5) Warm Pant, £55; 
(6) Early Bird, £15 reduced from £30. (7) Marstrand Knit Set; £15; (8) Duffel Bag 2 50L, £70; (9) Warm Runs Base Layer; £49 reduced from £70; (10) Long Bykle Insulated Jacket, £70 reduced from £140;(11) Pace Winter Tights, £27.50; (12) Qualicum CIS Jacket, £100 reduced from £200; (13) Vega boots, £110; (14) Warm FZ Hoodie, £95.

Initially the products are pretty expensive and perhaps this isn't a surprise given their high quality. However I've noticed if you buy slightly out of season you can get huge reductions on the Helly Hansen website, often up to 50% off. 

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