On cold mornings when they can't wait to get outside and play, put them in the Columbia Pike Lake Jacket for warmth and comfort. Faux down insulation keeps them warm as they build snow forts or leaf piles and the silver dotted Omni-Heat reflective lining adds bonus warmth by reflecting their body heat. On extra cold mornings, the taffeta lined hood cozily traps heat and the fleece lined pockets offer a soft space to warm their fingers so they can stay out and play longer. As a bonus for you, the Outgrown system lets you extend the life of the jacket by extending the cuffs as they grow so you don't have to get them a new jacket every season.
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