Your little dude wants to be just like you, from the occasional slip of the tongue to wearing the same clothes. While trying to dissuade him from saying certain phrases is harder than herding cats, getting him to wear the Patagonia Toddler Boys' Retro-X Fleece Vest is a snap. So long as you're wearing a vest, your little rugrat gladly slips into this thick polyester fleece vest. Little does your monkey-man know the vest is actually doing something good, in keeping him warm without causing his little body to overheat. The windproof lining makes it easy to send him outside for an afternoon of excavating in the sandbox, and a non-chafing tapered collar means you can zip the vest all the way up without it turning into a fight of epic proportions, since he can still move his chin and not feel like he's being choked.
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