Keep things warm, dry, and simple during any season with the Bugaboo Interchange II Parka. The outer jacket features a waterproof Omni-Tech membrane that has all critical seams sealed so no moisture can permeate the jacket keeping him dry and comfortable no matter the weather conditions. This layer also features an Omni-Heat reflective lining that traps heat in and reduces the need for bulky layers so he can have full freedom of movement during play. The inside, zip-out removable layer is a Matte Face Windbreaker fleece that he can wear during blustery spring and fall days. For even further seasonal versatility, the hood is taffeta lined, removable, and adjustable for ultimate comfort no matter the temperatures. He'll love the versatility of his jacket, but you'll love the Outgrown grow system the jacket is equipped with that allows the sleeves to be extended so you can say goodbye to buying a new jacket every season to keep up with your growing boy. You'll also love the multiple pocket opportunities to pack him full of snacks and hand-warmers. When you send him off to ski lessons, you can be sure he'll be able to stay more organized thanks to the media and goggle pocket enabling him to focus on his instructor instead of looking for lost items.
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