Hooded bomber with detachable real fur trim and removable down-filled lining. The nylon oxford shell has an inner lamination. Taped seams on hood, shoulders and armholes. Multiple pockets include a capacious cargo pocket in front, containing a mesh pocket, as well as two inner pockets. There is also a zippered pocket on the left sleeve near the PJS patch and the sleeves have reinforced patches at the elbows. Ribbed cuffs and bottom. The hood is adjustable by means of a drawstring. Faux shearling inside the neck. Two-way front zipper and the PJS snap-hook at the neck.
There are many factors which affect our insulation requirements. Besides actual ambient temperature, the two main factors are: our activity level and the wind.
Very high wind speeds will always intensify the effect of low temperatures and, as everyone knows, activity has a dramatic effect on our metabolic rate, capable of raising it by 500% and more.
Higher metabolic rate means higher internal heat production.
This is why we prefer not to give you a precise temperature range for our jackets, but only a general idea of how warm each type of Parajumpers coat can keep you, considering the following features that effect the jacket's performance in cold weather:
- Amount of down fill (If the fill power is the same, more down means more warmth)
- Fill power (With the same amount of down, the higher the fill power, the warmer the coat will be)
- Weight of the shell fabric (Heavier fabric is usually more tightly woven and, therefore, protects you from the wind.
- Coatings (A coated fabric has even better windproofness)
Of course, within the same family of jackets, a short style without hood will keep you less warm than a longer model with a hood and fur trim.
We hope this guide will help you choose the right jacket for your type of climate.