Now, don't let it's pretty face fool you: the Spyder Girls' Lola Jacket may be right on point as far as looks go, but it has just enough technical features to keep your little skier riding chairs from bell to bell. More specifically, the polyester stretch fabric gives the Lola a comfortable fit and feel, and the Xt. L laminate with Spylon+ DWR finish won't let moisture seep through on those extra snowy days. The hood can be detached so it's not in her way when she doesn't need it, and the removable faux fur trim provides an extra bit of variety when it comes to looks. 3M Thinsulate insulation provides a dose of warmth, and the snap-away powder skirt lets her button down the hatches when it's a powder day, or snap it back whet it's bluebird.
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