Roxy Frozen Flow Jacket - Girls'

Roxy Frozen Flow Jacket - Girls'
Roxy Frozen Flow Jacket - Girls'
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Frozen Flow Jacket - Girls' by Roxy
The Roxy Frozen Flow Jacket keeps your mini dry and comfortable while they ski or snowboard. Its DryFlight technology wards off moisture from storm days and deep snow while strategically placed insulation traps warmth without hindering mobility. On extra chilly days, the helmet compatible hood can be worn as an extra layer of protection against the elements and the snap-away powder skirt can keep fresh flakes from creeping up their back. Underarm vents help maintain a comfortable temperature when they're working hard and multiple pockets help keep them organized during their day on the slopes.

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SKU: QKS03OI
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