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Puffer - Multicolour
£254 £185 (25% off)
Vestiaire Collective
Parajumpers
Pharrell Jacket - Black
£457
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
"gobi" Bomber - Black
£730 £620 (15% off)
Atterley
Parajumpers
Right Hand Light Jacket - Black
£799 £719 (10% off)
Country House Outdoor
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Nolan Jacket - Blue
£286
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
Jayden Jacket - Black
£270
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
Dillon Jacket - Blue
£411
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
Black Synthetic Coat
£443 £380 (10% off)
Vestiaire Collective
Parajumpers
Jacket - Brown
£132 £109 (15% off)
Vestiaire Collective
Parajumpers
Puffer - Blue
£423 £324 (20% off)
Vestiaire Collective
Parajumpers
Puffer - Orange
£453 £324 (25% off)
Vestiaire Collective
Parajumpers
Nolan Jacket - Black
£286
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
Dillon Jacket - Black
£411
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
"gobi Light" Bomber - Black
£688 £585 (15% off)
Atterley
Parajumpers
Green Synthetic Coat
£428 £324 (20% off)
Vestiaire Collective
Parajumpers
Pefect Gilet - Black
£264 £199 (25% off)
Country House Outdoor
Parajumpers
Hooded Zip-up Jacket - Red
£336 £268 (20% off)
FARFETCH
Parajumpers
Lawrence Bomber Jacket - Blue
£638 £318 (50% off)
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Parajumpers is a line of high-tech outerwear founded in 2005 by designer Massimo Rossetti. He found his inspiration in a bar in Alaska where he met a serving member of the 210th Rescue Squadron, an elite U.S. military group trained for extreme rescues known by the nickname 'parajumpers'. For American-inspired outerwear with an Italian edge, the men's Parajumpers jackets collection showcases a wide range of high-functioning jackets. Offering rustic Alaskan tones with cutting edge detailing, these classic parkas and jackets offer lightweight nylon blends trimmed in sumptuous furs.

The Men's Parajumpers Jackets Buying Guide

Inspired by Italian designer Massimo Rossetti's Alaskan encounter with extreme rescue-trained U.S. military, Parajumpers blends authentic American concepts with a chic Italian twist. High-quality and high-functioning, Parajumpers jackets range from lightweight nylon models to fur-trimmed leather styles. Ahead, take a look at our men's Parajumpers jackets buying guide, designed to help you pin down your perfect style and functionality. Our size guide will also help you make sure you buy the right fit.

The Most Wanted Men's Parajumpers Jackets

  • The Harraseeket Jacket

    With a mountaineer feel and the down fill to battle high altitude winds, the Harraseeket men's jacket is the ultra-warm outerwear piece that works as well on the slopes as it does when city temperatures plunge. This insulating parka features a real fur and detachable hood trim, hand warmer, interior, and cargo pockets, plus handy adjustable cuffs. The underarm vent eyelets are a clever addition to help you breathe while keeping you cozy.

  • The Pharell Jacket

    The down-filled Pharell jacket is an absolute staple for getting you through winter without compromising on style. Featuring smooth fabrics, a funnel neckline, and a finish that isn't too bulky, this sleek outerwear piece keeps things simple. It's got a two-way front zip, rib-knit at the cuffs and hem, plus the PJS logo patch embroidered on the left sleeve. 

  • The Nolan Hooded Jacket

    The Nolan is loved for its soft fleece inside and duo-tone feel. This lightweight model features polyester honeycomb knit and interior composition that's 90% duck down and 10% duck feather. Horizontal quilted panels are sleek on the jacket's trunk, and the hooded finish helps combat winds. The Nolan also has three front pockets and a small zippered back pocket. 

The Men's Parajumpers Jackets Sizing Guide

Unsure which size to get? Parajumpers jackets tend to fit true to size, and the range offers sizes from XS to 3XL. You can use the chart below to make sure you buy the perfect fit.

XSSMLXLXXL3XL
Across shoulder18.0 in18.5 in19.1 in19.7 in20.3 in20.9 in21.5 in
½ Chest, 0.9 in Under armhole21.9 in22.8 in23.8 in24.8 in25.8 in26.9 in27.9 in
Center back length31.3 in31.3 in32.3 in32.3 in33.3 in33.3 in34.3 in
Sleeve length from center back neck35.0 in35.6 in36.3 in37.0 in37.7 in38.4 in39.1 in

How To Care For Your Men's Parajumpers Jacket

Take good care of your jacket, and it'll feel as good as new for years. Washing guidelines can vary depending on your model, but all Parajumpers jackets come with clear instructions on their care labels.

Most jackets are machine washable. If your care label says you can machine wash your jacket, wash it at 30°C(86°Fahrenheit) on a gentle cycle. We recommend that you wash your jacket inside out. If you've purchased a padded jacket, don't use "Eco Mode" cycles to wash it.

For soaps and detergents, you can use any as long as they're mild. We recommend that you don't use fabric softener and that you rinse your jacket well. At the end of the washing cycle, spin your jacket (twice, if you need to) as this will get rid of water. You can then lay your jacket on a flat surface to dry, fluffing the down up every so often by giving the jacket a gentle pat.

If you want to have your jacket professionally cleaned, ask the cleaner to wash it in water as opposed to dry cleaning it. The only exceptions to this are jackets with a care label showing the washing symbol crossed out (and the dry cleaning one not). 

Are Parajumpers jackets warm?

Yes, although how warm varies between models. Parajumpers has its own rating system from 1 (Moderate) to 4 (Very High). Ratings are based on the amount of down fill, fill power, weight of shell fabric, and coatings. 

Are Parajumpers jackets waterproof?

Most jackets are made from hard-wearing Nylon. This material features solid durability, plus tear and water resistance. Many Parajumpers jackets are also wind-resistant – just one of the features designed to keep you fully insulated in cold temperatures.

Where are Parajumpers jackets made?

Parajumpers jackets are designed in Italy and manufactured using quality fabrics from Japan, Korea, China, and Italy. The jackets themselves are mostly made in the Far East, however some special productions can be manufactured in India or Europe. Parajumpers is strictly anti-child labor and only collaborates with manufacturing sites with fair working conditions.