Columbia Rad To The Bone II Stretch Jacket - Girls'

Columbia Rad To The Bone II Stretch Jacket - Girls'
Columbia Rad To The Bone II Stretch Jacket - Girls'
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Rad To The Bone II Stretch Jacket - Girls' by Columbia
The Rad To The Bone II is made to keep your mini-you comfortable on the slopes for seasons to come. It blocks moisture for dry comfort on stormy days, while also trapping body heat for warmth on cold chairlift rides. The stretch fabric moves with them as they test their limits on the hill, and the reflective elements keep them visible in low light conditions.

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