Other than a flat-billed cap and pants that hang low in the rear, the only thing your budding skater dude is missing is the Patagonia Boys' Infurno Jacket. He skates so long as he can see some pavement, so why not keep him warm and in fashion, since he's going to be outside regardless of what you say. This jacket hangs a bit longer than others, so it will protect the top inch of his undies. A sturdy nylon faille shell fends of speed-generated wind, and a generous helping of pile fleece keeps his core warm. Thermogreen insulation in the sleeves keep his arms warm as they windmill frantically to keep him from falling. The straight cut and multiple pockets give your son an air of utility, keeping in line with his too-cool-for-style persona.
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