Sled hills and snowball fights are calling and your little guy sure isn't going to let that call go unanswered. Keep him nice and warm on winter days in the Columbia Powder Lite Insulated Jacket. It's got the warmth and weather-resistance that he needs to stay out all day, minus a few hot-chocolate stops here and there of course. The water-resistant shell ensures that he won't stay wet when he's pelted with a few snowballs, and the toasty synthetic insulation delivers warm-when-wet performance in case he comes into contact with a little more snow than anticipated. Meanwhile, Columbia's Omni-Heat reflective lining technology brings an added dose of warmth by reflecting his own body heat back at him, adding warmth without adding bulk, and still allowing the right amount of heat to escape when he's huffing it up the hill for his next sledding run.
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