ThermoBall Eco Hooded Jacket - Infant Girls' by The North Face
Of all the important things in your life, keeping your kiddo snug on a cold winter's day is pretty high on the list. Satisfy this instinctive urge with a little help from The North Face, and warp her in the cozy embrace of the ThermoBall Eco Hooded Jacket. This cute little number features the reliable insulation of synthetic fibers--they don't lose their loft when wet--all in one stylish package. An off-kilter front zipper matches her emerging personality perfectly, and if her fingers get cold the cuffs can be folded over and turned into mittens. Pop this jacket on before you stroll through the park and you'll both be over the moon.
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