Columbia Rain-Zilla Jacket - Girls'

Columbia Rain-Zilla Jacket - Girls'
Columbia Rain-Zilla Jacket - Girls'
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Rain-Zilla Jacket - Girls' by Columbia
Don't let your little gal get soaked when she's out stomping puddles this spring. Instead, hook her up with the Rain-Zilla Jacket from Columbia and get her in some waterproof protection that will keep her outside and playing in the rain for longer. The Hydroplus nylon shell repels water, while a polyester microfleece lining not only adds a bit of warmth, but is extremely soft and comfortable as well. Elastic cuffs help keep wind and rain from running up the arms. Reflective details on the jacket allow your girl to be seen by drivers if she happens to be out and about when the light is less than ideal.

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SKU: COL00M8
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