From pizza to french fry, your growing gal is going to be well-versed in the alternative meanings to her favorite, ski-lodge fried food--and the Patagonia Toddler Girls' Snow Pile Jacket is there to keep her warm all the meanwhile. Designed specifically for growing skiers and snowboarders, the Snow Pile features a tyke-friendly construction that's more than adept at navigating easy greens and mellow sledding hill adventures, too. To start, the Snow Pile features a waterproof and breathable H2No shell, which defends your tadpole from precipitation--whether she falls down on it or it's falling down on her. An added DWR treatment bolsters her defense from moisture, while the partially-recycled Thermogreen synthetic insulation provides warmth even when wet. Additionally, the full-length zipper is equipped with an internal wind flap for added protection against blustery gusts, and the partially elasticized hem and cuffs prevent wind from sneaking their way into her baselayers. Though, more importantly, the Snow Pile is endowed with Patagonia's Grow-fit feature, which means that the sleeves can be extended an extra two inches, so she's able to wear the jacket for another season.
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