Reima Wheeler Jacket - Boys'

Reima Wheeler Jacket - Boys'
Reima Wheeler Jacket - Boys'
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Wheeler Jacket - Boys' by Reima
Whether he rode a lift up or climbed a cross country track, he loves the feeling of flying downhill. The Reima BoysaTM Wheeler Jacket is the functional piece that will keep him comfy for long days on his skis. This jacket is constructed with wind resistant fabric and has a DWR finish to deflect moisture to protect him from the elements. Lightweight synthetic insulation traps in heat even if some water does seep in, and a smooth polyester lining makes it comfortable and is easy to slide over other layers. Adjustments in the cuffs and hem prevent snow from flying in, and the adjustable hood is designed to detach itself to keep him safe if he catches it on something.

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SKU: RIM00B8
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