How to Spot a Fake Parajumpers Jacket
Counterfeit products are not only illegal, they are also dangerous, putting the wearer at risk of exposure to non-sanitized down, fabrics colored with toxic substances, and, generally speaking, jackets that don't offer the right protection from cold weather.
What's more, the production of counterfeit goods often supports illegal activities such as child labour, unsafe working conditions and organized crime.
Beware of the cost: In most cases (but not always) counterfeit jackets are often sold at much lower prices. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Any Parajumpers products that come from an un-authorized retailer are also not covered by warranty.
Since Fall/Winter 2017, Parajumpers has used Certilogo technology to allow customers to check the authenticity of products. This can be done by inserting the 12-digit Certilogo code found on all products into www.certilogo.com or scanning the QR Code with your mobile phone. Both the CLG code and QR code are found on the authenticity label sewn inside the garment.
Jackets from Fall/Winter 2017 and any newer seasons: