NEWS | Jack Wolfskin Advance Sustainable Design With New Tent Collection

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With the new collection, Jack Wolfskin expands its range of tents and places even greater emphasis on recycled materials. Read on to find out more.

Jack Wolfskin Advance Sustainable Design With New Tent Collection

Protection is a basic human need. Protecting nature is essential to enjoy time in the outdoors. With its tent collection for Spring/Summer 2024, Jack Wolfskin has focused on sustainability by offering 22 models made from recycled materials to ensure comfort while minimizing environmental impact. The outer tent, breathable inner tent, and groundsheet are all made from 100% recycled, PFC-free fabric. 

Jack Wolfskin Advance Sustainable Design With New Tent Collection
Skyrocket Dome II, Stratos Lite III & Sky Dome II

The brand based in Idstein placed particular emphasis on developing lightweight tents for sports and active pursuits such as trekking, bikepacking, and hiking. Using high-quality, light and tear-resistant nylon fabrics combined with thoughtful construction we’ve achieved minimal weight in four tents. 

The environmentally friendly coated DAC aluminium tent poles are weight-optimized with different diameters and still offer extremely high wind stability. All tents feature organizational options, reflective elements, vestibules for gear storage, and an easy-to-set-up design. 

Jack Wolfskin Advance Sustainable Design With New Tent Collection

Three new tunnel tents are now part of the range, as well as two new dome tents. Thanks to their aluminium poles, they combine lightness with stability. And of course, all components remain 100% PFC-free.

This also applies to another model that targets the growing community of campervan enthusiasts: With an awning, the weather-protected area can be significantly expanded. With the new tents, you are not only traveling individually but also super comfortably.

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