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Jack Wolfskin Helium Down Jacket in Dark Indigo (was £130) Now £68 delivered with new customer code @ Wiggle
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Jack Wolfskin Helium Down Jacket in Dark Indigo (was £130) Now £68 delivered with new customer code @ Wiggle

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Posted 18th Nov

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Lovely jacket reduced from £130, to £78. To get the extra £10 off use discount code: NEWGB5

This Jacket is £130 on the Jack Wolfskin site !

Available in sizes: S, M, L, XXL, XXL


As light as a fresh sprinkling of mountain snow, Jack Wolfskin's Helium Down Jacket is a classic insulated jacket with premium down fill for winter protection.

With a 90/10, RDS certified, duck down fill, Jack Wolfskin's Helium Down Jacket delivers impressive protection in the winter with the insulation across the torso, arms and hood in a traditional baffle design. With a stormlock double rip outer shell, the jacket is also windproof and water-resistant, allowing the down to perform when wet.

With an ultralight 450g weight, the jacket has a great warmth to weight ratio and packs down small, stuffing neatly inside its own pocket, taking up little space in your pack and meaning you won't have to compromise on other key items.

Additional features include 2 hand pockets and a fixed hood for weather protection.

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Also available in Black and Golden Yellow for £81 delivered when you use the voucher code above


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johnnystorm18/11/2019 16:59

Fill it with hydrogen and you can be really warm!


Whatever gas you decide to use .. just be careful not to overfill it

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tonez18/11/2019 19:22

Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without …Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without hassle?



Hi I'm not sure if they do free returns but they take paypal payment and you get 12 free returns with paypal per calendar year,You have to opt in to it,google "Paypal free returns" and then click on it to activate,I have used it lots this last year,and one of my returns would have cost me £12
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 18th Nov
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Polyester shell mean feathers poke through?
Thank you, got this and the parka the other day. Perfect!
thebeardedshade18/11/2019 15:47

Polyester shell mean feathers poke through?


This happens on both of my Trespass coats identical to this one, nightmare when you're covered in feathers all the time.

I will say though they do keep the cold out and have proved to be a good purchase. Can pick the Trespass ones up for close to £30 now too, ideal unless you're a badge snob.
Edited by: "CarlosBricktop" 18th Nov
Now everyone can look like an Italian tourist or Autumnwatch presenter! Yay!

(Good price .... heat!)
CarlosBricktop18/11/2019 16:19

This happens on both of my Trespass coats identical to this one, nightmare …This happens on both of my Trespass coats identical to this one, nightmare when you're covered in feathers all the time.I will say though they do keep the cold out and have proved to be a good purchase. Can pick the Trespass ones up for close to £30 now too, ideal unless you're a badge snob.


I think you'll fare better with this as it's only 10% feathers, the down is less stiff/sharp. You'll get a few where the baffles are stitched but nothing to worry about.
How long is the helium going to stay in the jacket? more than 5 minutes?
fiqqer18/11/2019 16:27

How long is the helium going to stay in the jacket? more than 5 minutes?


There's a little blowhole inside so you can fill it back up if you have a Helium Tank, or you can suck it out and do a funny voice.. whichever
CarlosBricktop18/11/2019 16:29

There's a little blowhole inside so you can fill it back up if you have a …There's a little blowhole inside so you can fill it back up if you have a Helium Tank, or you can suck it out and do a funny voice.. whichever


Fill it with hydrogen and you can be really warm!
johnnystorm18/11/2019 16:59

Fill it with hydrogen and you can be really warm!


Whatever gas you decide to use .. just be careful not to overfill it

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Thank you so much for posting this.
Going from the main picture the design looks perfect for myself and the vast of majority of our members.
I shall inform them forthwith.
Bought. Thanks OP.

Not a new customer but had no problems setting up another account with a different email address.
Edited by: "Regprentice" 18th Nov
Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without hassle?
My last 2 jackets are both Jack Wolfskin, easily the best jackets I've owned.
May get this as the last one is starting to get a bit ripped in the pocket where the zips keep catching it, I nicked it once by accident and that side just keeps catching now.
tonez18/11/2019 19:22

Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without …Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without hassle?



Hi I'm not sure if they do free returns but they take paypal payment and you get 12 free returns with paypal per calendar year,You have to opt in to it,google "Paypal free returns" and then click on it to activate,I have used it lots this last year,and one of my returns would have cost me £12
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 18th Nov
tonez18/11/2019 19:22

Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without …Does anyone have experience with returns? Are they free & without hassle?


Yes, used them lots of times and they are excellent. Good point by the other poster about using Paypal - always a good idea if you are unsure about size.
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johnnystorm18/11/2019 16:26

I think you'll fare better with this as it's only 10% feathers, the down …I think you'll fare better with this as it's only 10% feathers, the down is less stiff/sharp. You'll get a few where the baffles are stitched but nothing to worry about.


You can push the sharp end back in with a needle, ensuring it goes into the same (already enlarged) hole.

Often you can also hold the feathers at the hole from the inside of the garment, & if you get a bunch between your thumb & finger & pull them backwards, it's likely the escaping feather goes back in too.

Guess who lived in the Baltics. 😁
CarlosBricktop18/11/2019 17:22

Whatever gas you decide to use .. just be careful not to overfill … Whatever gas you decide to use .. just be careful not to overfill it[Image]


That reminds me.

I need new tyres.
fiqqer18/11/2019 16:27

How long is the helium going to stay in the jacket? more than 5 minutes?


Even less if the wearer develops a funny voice.
Edited by: "ibiza" 19th Nov
I paid double a few years ago. It is the worse expensive coat ever. Make sure you buy a few jumpers too.
There’s loads of JW jackets on sale too. Just ordered a few more
Modify a buttplug and you're self replenishing with warm gas
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stop deleting the comment. Would you allow promoting racism? no right just like that animal exploitation should not be promoted here.
ehadz19/11/2019 17:14

stop deleting the comment. Would you allow promoting racism? no right just …stop deleting the comment. Would you allow promoting racism? no right just like that animal exploitation should not be promoted here.


To be fair, you're not entirely wrong MOST big names found out (or were pressured into doing so) their feathers were plucked from live geese (also being force fed to keep the French happy) double hell.
What is shocking is that this happens in the 'cleaner than clean' EU where we are all equal..... unless you are French, Hungarian etc etc then the rules don't seem to get applied/enforced (strangely they only seem to get enforced here)
Most animals that we need have a raw deal unfortunately, but linking hideous videos on here won't help.

Before the comment comes - no, nowhere near enough feathers come from 'meat' slaughtered geese to fill the big companies demands, not even close.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 19th Nov
Stormpooper19/11/2019 17:29

To be fair, you're not entirely wrong MOST big names found out (or were …To be fair, you're not entirely wrong MOST big names found out (or were pressured into doing so) their feathers were plucked from live geese (also being force fed to keep the French happy) double hell. What is shocking is that this happens in the 'cleaner than clean' EU where we are all equal..... unless you are French, Hungarian etc etc then the rules don't seem to get applied/enforced (strangely they only seem to get enforced here)Most animals that we need have a raw deal unfortunately, but linking hideous videos on here won't help.Before the comment comes - no, nowhere near enough feathers come from 'meat' slaughtered geese to fill the big companies demands, not even close.


We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor take their feathers. Just let them be.
ehadz19/11/2019 17:40

We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor …We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor take their feathers. Just let them be.



Take your views elsewhere - if you don't want the product don't buy it but don't come on a deals thread and try to preach your views to everyone else.

Don't tell me not to eat meat either.
ehadz19/11/2019 17:40

We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor …We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor take their feathers. Just let them be.



They wouldn't 'be' at all if we didn't need them, that's my point......
Can this be filled with co2?

Kindest regards
Every delinquent kid in the country has the black one. Just need the balaclava to go with it.
ehadz19/11/2019 17:40

We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor …We need stop all animal suffering collectively. No need to eat animals nor take their feathers. Just let them be.


Actually, what would be better is if we started to eat humans; we won't have issues of overpopulation, pollution, destruction of rain forests, plastic in the seas, melting ice caps, over farming, cruelty to farm animals etc etc...

Food for thought?
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 19th Nov
Stormpooper19/11/2019 18:53

They wouldn't 'be' at all if we didn't need them, that's my point......


1. I am sure salve masters said the same about slaves at some point like. They wouldn't be without us, they need us
2. so what if they go extinct? most farm animals are bred in to existence to be used and abused by humans. Wouldn't it be better not to exist? wild animals will thrive when farmed animals go away and the world will thrive naturally, how its supposed to be.
ehadz20/11/2019 08:59

1. I am sure salve masters said the same about slaves at some point like. …1. I am sure salve masters said the same about slaves at some point like. They wouldn't be without us, they need us 2. so what if they go extinct? most farm animals are bred in to existence to be used and abused by humans. Wouldn't it be better not to exist? wild animals will thrive when farmed animals go away and the world will thrive naturally, how its supposed to be.


Today I'm in a different mood from eating humans..

2 counter points:
1) If we didn't use natural insulation or methods (be it cruelty to animals etc) we would use man made materials instead, which inevitably pollute the environment and harm animals (ingesting it etc). Both scenarios of man made or intensive farming is due to consumers demanding a cheaper product for the item they are getting it for. We can argue consumers simply don't have the foresight to care, or we can call it progression in technology/society. Its difficult to invent/invest new techniques and ultimately "better results" without wastage/inefficiencies.

2) Darwinism - Not a blanket statement of truth, but if animals or humans do not adapt properly to their environment it is their loss on survival. As temp rises etc be it man made or natural, there is the camp of reverse the effect which is fine, but the other camp (imo the stronger camp as these people are planning for worse case) should be to actively adapt, invent and evolve.
Inquisitor20/11/2019 09:47

Today I'm in a different mood from eating humans..2 counter points:1) If …Today I'm in a different mood from eating humans..2 counter points:1) If we didn't use natural insulation or methods (be it cruelty to animals etc) we would use man made materials instead, which inevitably pollute the environment and harm animals (ingesting it etc). Both scenarios of man made or intensive farming is due to consumers demanding a cheaper product for the item they are getting it for. We can argue consumers simply don't have the foresight to care, or we can call it progression in technology/society. Its difficult to invent/invest new techniques and ultimately "better results" without wastage/inefficiencies.2) Darwinism - Not a blanket statement of truth, but if animals or humans do not adapt properly to their environment it is their loss on survival. As temp rises etc be it man made or natural, there is the camp of reverse the effect which is fine, but the other camp (imo the stronger camp as these people are planning for worse case) should be to actively adapt, invent and evolve.


1. Please, don't confuse pollution with animal abuse. Your argument of if we stop animal abuse then pollution will be high is nonsense. there are tons of biodegradable/ non plastic/ non polluting materials available.
2. Yes, some animals will go extinct if they dont adapt. it's fine. But we have no right to abuse exploit animals in the name of keeping them from going extinct. However, it is very well proven that climate change is accelerated by humans (mainly because of animal agriculture), which we collectively should try and stop.
ehadz20/11/2019 10:14

1. Please, don't confuse pollution with animal abuse. Your argument of if …1. Please, don't confuse pollution with animal abuse. Your argument of if we stop animal abuse then pollution will be high is nonsense. there are tons of biodegradable/ non plastic/ non polluting materials available. 2. Yes, some animals will go extinct if they dont adapt. it's fine. But we have no right to abuse exploit animals in the name of keeping them from going extinct. However, it is very well proven that climate change is accelerated by humans (mainly because of animal agriculture), which we collectively should try and stop.


1) They are not mutually exclusive, in fact they are closely linked as you described. Fundamental concept is animals can produce (typically) better performance and cheaper substances naturally. To obtain these perks we farm them, ultimately one day we can replicate from them with man made materials (which should be cheaper but pollutes, until we work out a way to make it environmentally neutral- which costs alot money, and animals).

IMO - by simply attempting to stop this "process" it only extends this further. If you wanted to fight for the "anti" side it should be educating awareness, banning/condoning outright will not stop black market ("bad") people to acquire it if there is enough demand for it. I personally opt for technological developments (carbon neutral synthetics) to push this process on faster so farming natural goods are less attractive.

2) If it makes economical business sense, it happens to all of us. The Job you have, the products you buy, its driven by economic convenience and not for the animals or environment. The economic society is driven on animal abuse, unless you get out of society completely or work towards the solution (ie carbon neutral man made materials), you're contradicting yourself.

Edit: I assume you don't look at every brand of every product you buy, every service you use and work out their ethics on animals, their subsidiaries or their parent companies ethics. Being ignorant to the fact (whether it be hidden or not) is simply economic convenience.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 20th Nov
Mine arrived super-quick but didn't feel particularly great on, it was quite short on me so returned it and bought something by Columbia for the same price on Sportpursuit.
simplelearning18/11/2019 20:01

Is this the same jacket? …Is this the same jacket? https://www.fieldandtrek.com/jack-wolfskin-helium-down-jacket-mens-443184#colcode=44318403


Yes and thanks
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