Helly Hansen’s Offshore Survival Suit Is Reimagined As A Layer-Based System

Few brands can match the exploratory lineage of Helly Hansen, and with timeless staples like the E-352 Offshore Survival Suit in its portfolio, it’s no surprise that the company has continued to garner fans focused on the unison of modern tech and vintage garments. That being said, the Offshore Survival Suit also sits at the heart of its expeditionary Fall/Winter 2020 capsule, garnering a handful of updates catered toward the world’s colder climates.

As a formidable selection of parkas and jackets that were originally devised for fishermen in the 1990s, the E-352 collection set the standard for the brand’s utilitarian garments. To update it for a modern audience, the outfit has worked hand-in-hand with the Denmark-based brand, Storm, to bring its three-layer shell technology, 3M reflective detailing, and ultrasonic taped seams to the forefront for interested buyers, offering performance-focused textiles, PET insulation, and versatile, layer-based systems that can be utilized on their own in different environments. Head to Storm’s website to pick up your favorite piece from the co-opted collection, dubbed “HH-118389225,” for $625 and up.

Purchase: $625+