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The ATMOSPHERE COAT warms those places a jacket can't reach! This ultra light down coat has an RDS-certified duck down fill that will keep you warm in cold temperatures. The STORMLOCK shell provides double protection: it shuts out the wind and shrugs off light showers. The ATMOSPHERE COAT is also extremely breathable, so the climate comfort is excellent even when things get a little more energetic.
We respect the diversity of nature and all living things. Our earth is simply the most beautiful place in the universe and we only have this one. We do everything we can to protect it and we want to experience it and share it with others.
See you outdoors!
Jack Wolfskin has been successfully developing functional apparel, equipment and footwear for outdoor activities, travel and leisure since 1981. Whether in the mountains, the wilderness, in faraway countries or in the countryside on your doorstep, Jack Wolfskin offers all the products you need to make you feel right at home in the great outdoors, whatever the weather.
The goose and duck down used in Jack Wolfskin products is from a certified manufacturer which doesn't source its down from live plucking or geese kept for foie gras.
Its key benefits are:
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|High level of heat retention||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Ultimate protection against the cold (high quality down)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|100% PFC Free||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Fixed or removable hood||Fixed||Fixed||No hood||Fixed||Fixed||Fixed|
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