It's been said that parenthood is a wild ride, and despite the inconsistencies and unexpected curve balls, know that you can count on the Patagonia Infant Boys' Down Sweater to keep your little one warm. Much like the adult version in style, the Down Sweater features a durable polyester exterior that fends off wind, while the DWR treatment provides light defense from moisture (spit up, however, rarely constitutes as "light moisture, so don't forget the wipes). The 600-fill down insulation provides lofted warmth, and it's part of Patagonia's Traceable Down initiative, meaning that the insulation is gleaned from animals that are never live-plucked or force-fed. Additionally, the zippered hand pockets offer cozy respite for those eensy-weensy little paws, so Junior and you can go for walks through the park comfortably.
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