686 Ceremony Insulated Jacket - Girls'

686 Ceremony Insulated Jacket - Girls'
686 Ceremony Insulated Jacket - Girls'
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Ceremony Insulated Jacket - Girls' by 686
As warm as it is stylish, the 686 Ceremony Insulated Jacket is a surefire way to keep your aspiring skier out on the slopes all day long. Equipped with a waterproof, breathable infiDRY construction, this shred jacket keeps her dry through whiteout conditions while also allowing sweaty internal moisture to escape easily via Air-FLO mesh-lined vents. Body-mapped infiLOFT insulation in the body, sleeves, and hood offer her a toasty cocoon on frigid lift rides and windblown black diamonds alike, and 686's Youth Evolution sizing system can actually be adjusted to accommodate growth spurts to get more than one season out of the jacket. Plus, for down days around town, the removable faux fur trim elevates her style while adding versatility.

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