Built for kids that aren't phased or bothered by inclement weather, the Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket for Boys provides equal parts timeless style and adaptive protection in the face of changing weather. The Nano Puff Jacket features a similar construction as the adult version, but just in a slightly smaller version for growing boys. To start, the exterior mini-ripstop fabric fends off winds from the incoming storm, while the DWR treatment provides protection from light precipitation. Additionally, the synthetic PrimaLoft Eco insulation doesn't just keep Junior warm even when wet--it's also 55% recycled, offering an eco-conscious edge to an otherwise pragmatic and straightforward piece. The full-length zipper is backed by an internal wind flap for added defense, while the zippered hand pockets offer warm respite for chilly paws.
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