Made specifically for extreme conditions, the Canada Goose Snowy Owl Parka is ready to get your wee one out into blustery winter weather. It features a synthetic shell that's durable and treated to shed precipitation, with two-way stretch for ultimate comfort and mobility whether he's building snowmen on the playground or sledding through fresh snow. The soft, lofty filling consists of Canadian white duck down, and works to trap his valuable body heat while he's out in freezing temperatures. Real coyote fur lines the hood, shedding hoarfrost and blocking wind chill, but it (and the hood) can be removed on sunny, windless days. Canada Goose equipped this fashionable snow parka with quite a few features to make him happier, and life easier for you. It's built with the Gosling Graduate System, which mean there's additional fabric in the sleeves ready for a 1. 5 inch extension when your kid encounters a growth spurt. The jacket can convert into a backpack via the interior pocket, for simplified carrying if the day warms up. The Snow Owl also features reinforced elbows and glove hooks in both sleeves so his mittens never get misplaced again.
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