Jack Wolfskin, Europe’s leading technical and sustainable outerwear manufacturer, has introduced its latest sustainable product to the market – the Tapeless Jacket.
Engineered in Germany, the Tapeless Jacket is an industry first that eliminates more than 60 feet of seam-sealing tape through a proprietary single-fabric, fused membrane construction.
The Zero Tape design completely rethinks the way that waterproof breathable apparel is constructed from seam sealing to seam placement.
With comfort and performance in mind, Jack Wolfskin created the Tapeless Jacket with its unique Texapore Core Fuse Stretch Ripstop, a 3-layer fabric for enhanced weather protection and comfort.
The streamlined design has waterproof zippers, an adjustable hood, hem and cuff adjustments, and a chest pocket.
Furthermore, the Tapeless Jacket’s distinctive shape has no shoulder or hip seams, which helps to avoid chafing when worn with a backpack.
This innovative jacket is a breathable, comfortable shell made for treks and activities that need high-quality technical equipment.
Available in Fall 2022, the men’s Tapeless Jacket can be purchased on Jack Wolfskin’s website, us.jackwolfskin.com, for $479.95.
The jacket is available in two colors and weighs 13.5 ounces (size medium).
Images and content courtesy of Jack Wolfskin
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