When his pizza turns into french fries and the bunny slope gets ditched for black diamonds, you know it's time for Columbia's Alpine Action II Jacket. Watching him grow up can be tough, but with the extendable sleeve lengths featured in the Outgrown Extend System, you'll at least feel better about not having to buy a new jacket every year. Growth spurt after growth spurt, winter after winter, the waterproof shell will keep your growing boy dry. Its breathable qualities help to ensure that he won't get bogged down from sweat when he's racing to get ahead of his friends, while the combination of reflective lining and 100g Microtemp XF II insulation work to keep him warmer for longer. The insulation stacks up heat around his torso and arms while the lining returns body heat back to where he needs it. With reliable winter protection out of the way, all you need to do is try to keep up with him. Good luck!
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