5 of the best outerwear essentials from Jack Wolfskin

If, like us here at Coolector HQ, you’re in the depths of winter and experiencing some serious dips in temperature right now, chances are you’ll be looking to add some additional outerwear options to your winter wardrobe rotation.

Jack Wolfskin are the sort of adventure ready brand that you need on your radar when doing this as they have some of the best jackets, fleeces and outerwear pieces on the market. Check out our pick of 5 of the best outerwear essentials from Jack Wolfskin below:


Blizzard Windproof Fleece Jacket – £150


When the wind is blowing up a storm and snow is on its way, it’s time to go out in a BLIZZARD. The BLIZZARD Windproof Fleece Jacket from Jack Wolfskin (£150) is a classic windproof fleece and has been a key collection piece for many years. It is tailored from the brand’s windproof and very breathable STORMLOCK FLEECE, with extra-robust CORDURA shoulder panels to help reduce the dreaded wear and tear caused by backpack shoulder straps. The jacket has a soft, brushed lining for superior wear comfort and the lightweight hood stows neatly in the jacket collar. (£150)


Steting Peak Jacket – £275


This 3-in-1 jacket is about as versatile gets and showcases exactly what the guys at Jack Wolfskin are so good at. The Steting Peak Jacket (£275) is extremely breathable but also does an amazing job at keeping the wind and rain at bay during the cold winter months. The STETING PEAK JACKET is the perfect jacket for tough days on the mountain. The jacket provides versatile weather protection and has a short, athletic style. The outer jacket is made of a very breathable, robust TEXAPORE fabric. It’s built to cope with harsh treatment and provides the protection you need in cold, wet weather.

The zip-in inner jacket is insulated with warm MICROGUARD SUPERLOFT. This synthetic fibre insulation feels like down and delivers very good warmth-to-weight performance. It will keep you warm in sub-zero temperatures even if it gets wet. The system zip allows you to combine the two jackets or wear them individually. A flick of the wrist is all it takes.


Barrow Bay Jacket – £180


If you like to spend your free time exploring the great outdoors, there’s plenty of enjoyment to be had in the winter months if you’ve got the right outerwear in your wardrobe. If you’ve got a Barrow Bay Jacket from Jack Wolfskin (£180), you definitely won’t have to worry about the cold wind and icy temperatures because it is purpose built to help protect you from them.

The jacket is windproof, water repellent and filled with warm duck down for a warm, comfortable performance day in, day out. It’s also very lightweight and portable to boot. The fabric is extremely breathable and the organic cotton gives it a pleasantly soft feel. The snug hood will keep your head warm when the winter wind becomes uncompromising. (£180)


Atmos Jacket – £150


If you’re planning plenty of snow days this festive period you’ll need a jacket that can keep pace with you. But whatever the snow conditions, with the Atmos Jacket from Jack Wolfskin (£150), you get five star comfort all the way. The jacket is warm, breathable and exceptionally comfortable to wear day in, day out. This great bit of outerwear from Jack Wolfskin was designed in collaboration with pro skier Felix Neureuther and the quality is second to none. The light MICROGUARD insulation ensures the right level of thermal performance for dynamic winter sports.

The Atmos Jacket is also incredibly stretchy where you need it to be, with Jack Wolfskin’s new NANUK DYNAMIC NATUREBLEND on the sides and sleeve panels. This stretch fleece fabric contains a high proportion of TENCEL™ lyocell fibres. It has a soft feel and flexes as you move. (£150)


Glacier Canyon Parka – £270


Montreal, Stockholm or St. Petersburg – when your winter travels take you to the coldest cities in the world, you need a jacket that has got your back. You need the Glacier Canyon Parka from Jack Wolfskin (£270) in your luggage. This fantastic looking and exceptionally versatile parka is hard wearing and boasts an extra warm version of the brand’s recycled MICROGUARD synthetic fibre insulation.

The TEXAPORE outer fabric helps to shield you from the rain and wind on bad weather days and this no nonsense OXFORD version is designed to withstand the abrasion caused by your bag or pack straps. And if the weather stays dry, you can simply detach the hood. (£270)

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