Just because it's cold, doesn't mean your rabble-rouser is slowing down any time soon. And since he needs a jacket that will keep up with his ski lessons, snowball fights, and recess spent outside, make sure you reach for the Columbia Boys' Whirlibird Interchange Jacket to ensure maximum versatility and warmth. First and foremost, the folks over at Columbia know that kids grow faster than you can say the word "because," which is why they equipped the Whirlibird with the Outgrown system, allowing you to extend the sleeve length, therefore adding a season or two of use. Additionally, Whirlibird touts a traditional 3-in-1 construction, meaning the shell and liner can be worn on their lonesome, or paired together for maximum protection when the temperatures dip below comfortably cool. More specifically, this jacket features a fully waterproof and breathable Omni-Tech shell, which makes it ideal for wet days at the resort or rainy spring afternoons. The shell is outfitted with a snap-back powder skirt to provide added protection from snow, and the myriad of pockets keep necessities close at hand. On the other hand, the liner is fashioned with a water-resistant exterior, as well as Microtemp XF synthetic insulation that provides warmth even when wet. The liner is also fashioned with an Omni-Heat lining which maximizes on warmth by bouncing it back to the body for added furnace-like fervor. And, the entire Whirlibird is finished off with an adjustable, helmet-compatible hood and reflective details for added visibility in low light conditions.
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