The older you are, the wiser you become. Though, more specifically, you've become wise to the fact that vests are an under-celebrated layering staple. And you've made sure to pass on that knowledge to your little one with the Patagonia Toddler Boys' Down Sweater Vest. Providing lightweight warmth for the shoulder seasons, this vest features a durable polyester exterior, complete with DWR treatment for defense against light moisture. Additionally, the Down Sweater Vest comes fully equipped with 600-fill down insulation, which is also part of Patagonia's Traceable Down initiative. This means that the insulation is gleaned from animals that are neither live-plucked or force-fed, a fact that's also been verified by a third party auditing organization. So not only can you trust your personal experience to keep your kiddo warm, but you can also trust Patagonia to create consciously crafted products.
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