Vortex Triclimate Jacket - Boys' by The North Face
Whether your kid is just beginning to progress from pizza to french fries on the blue runs or needs a reliable winter jacket to keep him covered while he builds snowmen and igloos in the backyard, The North Faces Vortex Triclimate Jacket is the perfect 3-in-1 jacket for active kids. Two-layer, seam-sealed DryVent waterproof protection keeps him dry all day long whether he is still learning how to stop on his skis or he is engaged in a snowball fight with his friends. And to keep the snow out, this jacket is equipped with a zip-in integration (compatible with The North Face's complementing pants), hook-and-loop cuffs, and a drawcord hem. When all the snow has melted, unzip the shell and he has a soft fleece he can wear through spring.
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