Columbia Rain-Zilla Jacket - Boys'

Columbia Rain-Zilla Jacket - Boys'
Columbia Rain-Zilla Jacket - Boys'
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Rain-Zilla Jacket - Boys' by Columbia
Your lil' puddle stomper is going to stay out in the rain no matter what he's wearing, so you might as well get him in the Boys' Rain-Zilla Jacket from Columbia and ensure that he's well protected from the elements. The shell is made of waterproof Hydroplus nylon, and the polyester microfleece lining is extremely warm and comfortable. Elastic cuffs at the sleeves help to prevent wind and rain running up his arms. When you send your guy out to play for the day, make sure he's got snacks and supplies loaded into the two front flap pockets.

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