Hi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting - Infant Boys' by Patagonia
A hand-knit bunting courtesy of friends or family sure is nice, but the Patagonia Hi-Loft Infant Boys' Down Sweater Bunting takes warmth, comfort, and simplicity to the next level. The 20D polyester fabric is finished with a water-resistant DWR coating and filled with fully traceable 600-fill duck down to keep your munchkin warm and dry. Meanwhile, the fleece-lined hood and fold-over hand and foot covers prevent their little fingers and toes from getting chilly. Best of all, this bunting has dual front zippers that make getting it on and off a piece of cake so you can forget about those diaper time maladies.
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