Jack Wolfskin Brand Spotlight and Giveaway

Jackets, sleeping bags, boots, packs: If you need it for the outdoors, there's a good chance Jack Wolfskin has it. This brand is the jack of all trades when it comes to outdoor apparel and gear, which is why we love offering their products through Sierra Trading Post. Born and headquartered in Germany, Jack Wolfskin focuses on creating comfortable and reliable gear to help you find new experiences outside. This European brand is at home outdoors and works to help you feel the same way.

You can't go wrong when choosing a Jack Wolfskin product, but I'm especially excited about their Zenon XT Down Jacket. I love how well down jackets pack for backpacking trips and day hikes with rapid temperature changes. Packability is key when choosing a warm coat for hiking and backpacking; if you have to lug around a bulky jacket, you're gonna have a bad time.  Jack Wolfskin specializes in waterproof apparel, so an added bonus in their down jackets is the quick-drying insulation in the hood, shoulders and sleeves. And have you seen the color options? I'm really digging the '80s vibe the women's Zenon XT dark peppermint option is throwing my way. But if you aren't loving it, this jacket comes in four other color choices.

Take a look at all of our top Jack Wolfskin product choices. With so many products to choose from, we narrowed things down to our favorite Jack Wolfskin camping and backpacking basics.

Jack Wolfskin at Sierra Trading Post1. Men's Jack Wolfskin Zenon XT Down Jacket: Jack Wolfskin's Zenon XT down jacket employs two types of superior insulation to provide intelligent warmth where it's needed most. In the body, you'll find toasty 700 fill power down; in the moisture-prone hood, shoulders and sleeves, there's quick-drying Fiber Cloud insulation. The whole package is wrapped up in a lightweight, windproof and water-repellent Stormlock Active exterior, designed for maximum packability and weighing in at just one pound.

2. Jack Wolfskin Highland Trail XT 50 BackpackFor long overnight hikes into the backcountry, throw your gear into the organized construction of the Jack Wolfskin Highland Trail XT 50 backpack. Its X-Transition suspension system adjusts to comfortably fit any trekker from small to large.

3. Jack Wolfskin 23 Degree Smoozip -5 Sleeping Bag: For warm comfort in three seasons, the Jack Wolfskin Smoozip -5 sleeping bag has you covered. With a special S-shape zipper, this bag is easy to get in and out of. Once inside, you'll cozy up with the Nanuck 150 fleece lining that targets sensitive areas. Also comes in women's design.

4. Women's Jack Wolfskin Zenon XT Down JacketJack Wolfskin's Zenon XT down jacket employs two types of superior insulation to provide intelligent warmth where it's needed most. In the body, you'll find toasty 700 fill power down; in the moisture-prone hood, shoulders and sleeves, there's quick-drying Fiber Cloud insulation. The whole package is wrapped up in a lightweight, windproof and water-repellent Stormlock Active exterior, designed for maximum packability.

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Lauren Seidl
Blogger at Sierra Trading Post
Lauren enjoys hiking, camping, climbing and exploring the outdoors. She's always up for trying something new, especially if it involves getting outside. When Lauren isn't out finding adventures in her home state of Colorado, she can be found writing as Sierra Trading Post's blogger.
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