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Parajumpers is a project deriving from the cooperation between Ape and designer Massimo Rossetti, who has many years of experience as a designer of outerwear, and also as an importer of American brands for the Italian market. Parajumpers strongly supports social responsibility and sustainability in the apparel business. Its concern with regards to the ethics behind farm-bred fur has brought it to propose Finnraccoon for women's styles and North American coyote for men.



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In a fast-paced world full of distractions, Parajumpers’ new apparel collection asks us to take a breath, be present in the moment, and appreciate nature. With calming hues and delicate textures, the label evokes the rolling hills of a natural landscape whilst maintaining functionality for a variety of climates. ..........Read full article

Luxury Outerwear Takes Centre Stage in Tessuti’s Winter Campaign at Parajumpers outlet sale

Tessuti — which comes from the masculine plural of Tessuto, the Italian word for fabric — was founded in 1985 in Chester and has since gone on to open eight locations across the country. Now, spotlighting some of the luxury outerwear it houses, the retailer captures a selection of exclusive pieces from brands like Moose Knuckles, Parajumpers and sustainability-focused label Sandbanks, as the crisp weather really begins to set in across Europe. ..........Read full article

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How can you spot a fake? At first glance, fakes can look very similar to the originals, but there can be significant differences like fabric (very likely with no water-repellency treatment), type of fur (fakes often have spotted fur), missing features like the rubber around the buttons. ..........Read full article

Four Reasons Why you should choose Parajumpers Outlet as your next High Quality Winter Parka

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For the last 10 years or so we have had 3 key brands fighting for marketplace dominance in the higher echelon winter parka category. Most will already know these brands - Canada Goose, Moncler and Parajumpers. I’ve known them all for a good 10 years at least possibly 20 or more for Goose and Moncler.

 

I think around 7 years ago now I ventured out to buy a quality parka - Moncler had a shop on Sloane street still, and Canada Goose was stocked in Harrods and Harvey Nicks, Parajumpers I could only find on the Internet really, although there were a couple of sometime stockists in the North of England, but with very little choice, and never the right size available.

 

I started on Sloane street and tried a number of coats in the Moncler store. Whatever I tried either pinched under the armpits - sleeves seemed very narrow cut too with little room for manoeuvre and alsoe had weird radial movement for the shoulders - a similar problem I have encountered with some designs of Belstaff jackets - in that it is somewhat and somehow difficult to lift your arms above your head - those jackets seem to be cut in such a way as to restrict movement. In any case I did my usual 5 Fs checks at Moncler (Fabric, Fit, Finish, Form, Function) and for whatever reason I wasn’t quite feeling it. I could not put my finger on it entirely, but a big part of it was the restrictive movement - and the fabric seemed prone to creasing too if I remember correctly.

 

So I next shot down the secret short-cut route to Harrods (Basil Street) and had a look in their menswear section for Canada Goose. There was a reasonable selection available and fit and finish seemed really good - they’re cut a lot looser than Moncler. The fabric also seemed more hard-wearing, and overall the garment looked like it would last longer and feel more comfortable than the Moncler, so nothing wrong with the quality here or any of the 5 Fs exactly. Yet there was something here that I felt that was missing - if you remove the badge from a Canada Goose coat, they’re mostly really standard and quite plain looking - there is no clever detailing or particularly smart technical features - it’s all a little plain vanilla. Canada Goose seems to be the most popular at the moment - particularly with the hip-hop and grime fraternities, but I don’t really see sufficient design differentiation - it seems to be all about the badge somehow?

 

What sets Parajumpers above these two brands is the technical quality of its garments and amazing attention to detail. The flagship coats benefit from really cool quick-release Snap-Hook neck fastenings borrowed from climbing harnesses - there are 2 versions - and both work really well. Then there’s all those hidden pockets, zipped-vents, and double-taping on snap fixtures to make it easier to open and close those poppers. The construction of the garments tends to be superior, with tailored pockets rather than the more typical patch pockets. Parajumpers definitely have a look of their own even without the badges. While I feel that Canada Goose and Moncler are slightly more generic.

 

I have selected 3 flagship 4 main-pocket-parka coats / anoraks - one from each brand:

  • Canada Goose Expedition Parka - £950
  • Moncler Cluny Parka - £1,100
  • Parajumpers Kodiak Parka - £830

For me Parajumpers easily wins out across the board but in particular:

  • Technical Details - Snap Hook, Hidden Pockets, Vents, Double-Taped Snaps
  • Eco Alternatives - All the Main Parajumper coats come with eco alternative which use no animal products - i.e. no leather or fur, but hard-wearing and high quality alternatives
  • Price! - Parajumpers typically the lowest cost of these three

In fact I actually don’t particularly like the button closure of the Kodiak - I prefer and have The Masterpiece Right Hand and Harraseeket which would be my top recommendations and they are even lower cost - each has its functional advantages. Both those coats presently look and function as good as new despite years of constant wear.

 

If you are about to buy a Canada Goose or Moncler coat, I would ask that you consider Parajumpers too. If you’re anything like me, you will surely be delighted with the right choice!

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