Reima Frost Jacket - Girls'

Reima Frost Jacket - Girls'
Reima Frost Jacket - Girls'
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Frost Jacket - Girls' by Reima
Whether she's still fully enveloped in her snow queen phase or you're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, she'll love being out in the snow in the Reima Girls' Frost Jacket. While designed for snow sports, this jacket performs equally well for building snow castles and raging snowball battles. It's constructed to repel moisture from a wayward snowball or slough, and block the wind to keep her toasty. Lightweight, synthetic insulation wraps her in warmth even if she says the cold never bothers her anyway, and the powder skirt and adjustable hem and cuffs keep snow from sneaking in the vulnerable entrances.

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SKU: RIM0006
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