If the item is part of the SS17 collection or a previous season you can verify its autenticy on
If the product has an internal Certilogo label, visit
and insert the CLG code.
Although PARAJUMPERS is a relatively young brand, many fake products are currently available and being sold on the market. Parajumpers is at the front line of the battle to defend the authenticity of its brand, its identity and, most importantly, the consumer. Counterfeit products are not only illegal, but may also be dangerous. People wearing counterfeit items risk exposure to non-sanitized down, fabrics that have been colored with toxic substances, and generally speaking, jackets and clothing items that don't offer the right protection from cold weather.
Additianally, the production and distribution of counterfeit goods often supports illegal activities such as Child labour, unsafe working conditions and organized crime.
At first glance, fakes can look very similar to the originals, but an expert eye will soon detect small differences like different fabric (very likely with no water-repellency treatment), different type of fur (fakes often have spotted fur), missing details like the rubber around the buttons, and, most important, they are missing the official barcode that identifies original Parajumpers garments.
Starting from the Fall Winter 2017 collection Parajumpers uses Certilogo technology to offer customers the possibility of verifying the authenticity of its products. You just have to insert the 12-digit Certilogo code on www.certilogo.com or scan the QR Code with your mobile phone. Both the CLG code and QR code are found on the authenticity label sewn inside the garment.
Most of these counterfeit products are sold on the internet, through hundreds of websites that claim to be official retailers or outlets, and that sometimes can look very similar to our official website www.parajumpers.it
If it's a fake that you're buying on the internet, the item would be shipped directly from China (while we only ship from Italy).