Moondoggy 2.0 Hooded Down Jacket - Infant Girls' by The North Face
Your baby seems super fragile to you, but she thinks she can take on the world. Protect her from harsh winter weather with the Infant Girls Moondoggy 2. 0 Hooded Down Jacket from The North Face. Polyester ripstop is constructed to withstand the tumbles that come with learning to walk, and has been treated with a DWR finish to help light moisture such as snow or drool roll off. The down insulation keeps her toasty warm so she can express her independence and explore the world around her. The cozy microfleece lining is super soft against her delicate skin, so she'll be much more inclined to wear her jacket.
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