Patagonia Reversible Tribbles Hooded Jacket - Toddler Boys'

Patagonia Reversible Tribbles Hooded Jacket - Toddler Boys'
Patagonia Reversible Tribbles Hooded Jacket - Toddler Boys'
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Reversible Tribbles Hooded Jacket - Toddler Boys' by Patagonia
You couldn't ask for a better adventure buddy, so give him the proper tools to keep him warm and cozy when you're out on your next adventure with the Patagonia Toddler Boys' Reversible Tribbles Hooded Jacket. With synthetic insulation and fleece lining, the Tribbles doubles up on the warmth, so he stays nice and toasty during chilly fall hikes and early spring nature walks. The polyester plain weave shell is windproof to keep him protected on breezy autumn days and snowy walks in the woods. Thermogreen synthetic fill insulates against the cold while you teach him proper s'more making technique around the campfire, and when he wants to rock it fuzzy-side-out it quickly reverses so that the fleece lining is facing outward.

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