The North Face Mt. View Hooded Triclimate Jacket - Girls'

The North Face Mt. View Hooded Triclimate Jacket - Girls'
The North Face Mt. View Hooded Triclimate Jacket - Girls'
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Mt. View Hooded Triclimate Jacket - Girls' by The North Face
Keep your mini bundled and comfortable in the Mountain View Hooded Triclimate Jacket by The North Face. This 3-in-1 jacket is perfect for taking it slow on the bunny hill, sledding with friends at the neighborhood park, and staying warm through spring thanks to its combination of waterproof shell and integrated fleece liner. Its two-layer DryVent shell material is fully sealed to ensure they stay dry as they make snow angles in the yard or lap the sledding hill. And to keep the snow out, this jacket is equipped with a zip-in integration system (compatible with The North Face's complementing garments), hook-and-loop cuffs, and adjustable drawcord hem. Before the snow falls, and after it melts, they can wear the cozy internal fleece on its own for a comfortable warmth.

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