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Kids adapt to Mother Nature's changes with ease, and so do our reversible Puff-Balls. They block wind, moisture and cold temperatures with a fabric that's soft and inviting. The 2.3-oz 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell fabric has a Deluge? DWR (durable water repellent) finish to keep little bodies dry. The 100-g Thermogreen? insulation (90% recycled) holds in warmth even when wet; a 3-panel, self-contouring hood provides a sheltering fit; and the zipper garage staves off neck and chin chafe. The hood, cuffs and waist have shape-holding spandex binding, and the printed side reverses to a solid, quilted side. With handwarmers on the non-quilted side. Details: Lightweight, durable shell fabric is wind resistant and treated with a Deluge DWR finish; 100-g Thermogreen insulation stays warm and dry even when wet Three-panel hood is contoured for better coverage Zipper garage protects neck and chin Spandex binding on waist, cuffs and hood holds shape Reversible shell fabric and quilting offers style options Handwarmer pockets on non-quilted side Fabric: Shell: 2.3-oz 100% recycled polyester ripstop with a Deluge? DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Insulation: 100-g Thermogreen? 100% polyester (90% recycled) Weight: 226 g (8 oz) Made in China.
baby girl tops: jackets
Material: Polyester, Ripstop, Synthetic
Product Title: Patagonia - Baby Reversible Puff-Ball Jacket - Lazing Star: Rubellite Pink-995 - 18M
Power Score: 5 | 1 Review
baby decor type: fabric
kids girls outerwear: jackets
baby boy tops: jackets
kids boys outerwear: jackets
Product Reviews (1)
love these jackets!
this is my seventh baby patagonia puffball in seven years for two kids, these jackets are so great! and the warranty through patagonia is outstanding as well, any problems (for example zipper breaking) patagonia will fix for free. love that they are reversible for the lazy laundry person too. cozy, comfortable and so lightweight, never has been a problem getting the kids to put on their jackets.
By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Nov 12, 2012