Parajumpers' extremely innovative outerwear collection with highly technological components are designed above all else to be functional. Made of hard-wearing nylon, these jackets come with a removable down-padded lining and a fur-trimmed hood. The inspiration behind the brand is from the men of the 210th Rescue Squadron, based in Anchorage, Alaska. They are highly trained for extreme rescues and recoveries whether it be ships adrift at sea, rock-climbers stuck at 4,000-meter peaks, or submarines sunk at unimaginable depths. Made of hard-wearing nylon, these jackets come with a removable down-padded lining and a fur-trimmed hood. The collar fastens with a hook used in parachuting. On the front lies a large, zippable multi-cargo pocket containing a further three pockets designed for carrying phones and GPS devices.
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