Reversible Down Sweater Hoodie - Infant Girls' by Patagonia
From chilly walks around the block to your annual winter traditions, like gathering evergreen boughs for your mantel, keep your little lady warm in the Patagonia Infant Girls' Reversible Down Sweater Hoodie. Insulated with traceable down, this jacket adds a puffy layer of warmth around your little one. The durable shell resists wind and light snow flurries, and is reversible in case she makes a mess. A 3-panel hood offers a stay-put fit to keep her little head protected while you introduce her to the changing seasons.
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