Roxy Mini Jetty Jacket - Toddler Girls'

Roxy Mini Jetty Jacket - Toddler Girls'
Roxy Mini Jetty Jacket - Toddler Girls'
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Mini Jetty Jacket - Toddler Girls' by Roxy
Your little lady's first winter on the mountain will be a lot more fun if she's warm, so keep her wrapped up in the Roxy Little Girls' Mini Jetty Jacket to keep her warm and dry when it's time for ski or snowboard lessons. The DriFlight fabric will keep her dry while the lightweight polyfill insulation helps her stay toasty when she's practicing her pizzas on the bunny slope. The fabric is also Bluesign-approved, meaning it has a reduced environmental impact. A snap-away powder skirt prevents snow from getting up her jacket when she's taking a mid-run break, and the Sprout-Up system allows you to extend the sleeve length so her jacket still fits when she shoots up a couple inches in the middle of the season.

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SKU: RXYD10R
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