Burton Hart Jacket - Girls'

Burton Hart Jacket - Girls'
Burton Hart Jacket - Girls'
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Hart Jacket - Girls' by Burton
Let your little rainbow show off her true colors with the Burton Girl's Hart Jacket. Body-mapped insulation keeps her core warm without letting her arms overheat as she's running around the playground, and the snow skirt keeps out that pesky cold stuff while she's making snow angels. Not only is this stylin' jacket going to keep her dry for multiple laps on the local sled hill, it's got plenty of features to keep you happy as well. Get multiple seasons out of this piece thanks to the tear resistant nylon and room-to-grow technology built into the sleeves--simply remove the stitching when she grows over the summer. The helmet friendly hood will keep her warm during long days on the slopes and deep pockets for stashing treasure will make for happy walks to school in the snow.

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SKU: BUR01TR
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