- Helly Hansen W Powder Pant Review (A teenager's perspective)
- Helly Hansen Summer Clothing Review
This review of the Helly Hansen W Powder Pant was carried out by our teenage reviewer, Holly Barber (aged 15), on the slopes of Soldeu, Andorra.
A Norwegian brand, Helly Hansen has its origins in marine clothing. But over the years it has forged a reputation for quality snow sports outerwear as well.
Stylish and yet practical, the Wed’ze Carv 700 MIPS helmet is definitely on to a winner. The technicality is off the scale, whilst maintaining ultimate comfort and ease of use.
This review of the Helly Hansen XCool Boxer was carried out on an action sports trip to Les Gets, when decent technical underwear for sport is essential.
This Panda Optics Cove sunglasses review was carried out during a trip to the French mountain resort of Les Gets.
Last Easter, I embarked on a skiing holiday to Andorra; this was only my third skiing trip. I am now a more experienced skier, so wanted more technical ski wear than I had on previous trips. With this in mind, the Helly Hansen W Whitestar Jacket certainly did not disappoint
Before heading out to the mountains for the first time in years, consider having a ski lesson in the UK first!
I was interested in reviewing the Dainese AWA Gloves because arguably ski gloves are the most important purchase out of all ski wear. It is not a purchase that you want to skimp on as the quality of ski gloves can make the difference with staying out on the mountain or heading back early with cold or wet hands.
This review of the Dainese Flexagon Waistcoat back protector was carried out in Les Menuire, The 3 Valleys. Hexagons are known in science at the building block shape of life. Dainese have cleverly used their versatility for the design of the Flexagon back protector pads embedded in the waistcoat.
Snow.Guide Ski Editor Rob Stewart travels north by rail and road to reach Scotland’s ski slopes during the February half-term week and discovers that a Highland winter holiday is a breath of fresh air and despite the appeal of a cosy cabin, there’s no reason to hang around when there’s snow to be skied.
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