It is a year round baselayer solution that spans the temperature range of HH Dry up through HH Cool (the spring/summer hot weather baselayer). Essentially take the interior polypropylene from HH Warm that uses a hollowed out fiber to retain more heat close to your skin but still transporting moisture away from the skin. The outside is a layer of polyester which creates a pull of moisture in tandem with the polypropylene on the inside.
They did a larger and longer fit on quite a few jackets this year: Felsic, Hayden, Brevent, Verglas Down and Atlas Flow Down all have a bigger fit just to name a few. It's not going to be retarded like Saga ever though.
"People always ask me, 'is it worth it, getting hurt that much?' and the answer is yes, I would do it all over again, have six more season ending injuries in the next 10 years to keep doing what we get to do, there's nothing better than sliding down snow and flying through the air"
--RIP Shane, you will be missed
How big are you? I'm 6'4 230 and I fit just fine with plenty of room into my HH gear. My og one piece is a XL and leaves plenty of space. The XXL survival suite I have tried was huge on me. Are you Sasquatch?
That was when Helly Hansen had their shit together. Fit was nice and loose. That outfit is still the ultimate storm day rope ducking getup. You disappear in that thing.
Now they went and dumped their whole team of sick athletes and started creating gear that tries way to hard to look like a Marmot or more of an alpinist style. It is a shame because they make quality gear and they are loosing an opportunity to market to and sell to our side of skiing. Ah well.