Lightweight Padded Puffer Jacket - Mulberry
|• Shell: 100% Polyester|
|• Lining 100% Polyester; Fill: 3M Thinsulate Insulation Filler|
|• Imported. Regular Fit|
|• Featherless Insulation to replace natural duck down jacket feathers. Loose fill insulation to imitate down when dry and is warmer than down when wet.|
|• Thinsulate Insulation creates a new level of warmth with thermal insulation. Hydrophobic fibers for advanced water resistance.|
|• High-Tech Thinsulate Filler will keep you warm in the cold temperatures, enduring harsh weather and dry without unecessary weight.|
|• Lightweight [0.7-0.9 lbs] - Very light and compact for traveling outdoors, hiking, camping, excerising, casual wear and in the snow|
|• Our premium textile fiber, high-tech filler yarns to help keep the materials durable and versatile while still being maintaining lightweight.|
• Filler helps trap body heat, while allowing moisture to escape and preventing odor. Helping reduce the cold and hot spots to help you stay comfortable.
|• Shell fabric guarantees an extra padded layer of coziness to expand and contract with your puffer jacket - giving you much breathable room|
|• Elastic Ribbed Cuffings and Adjustable Hood with secret inner pocket to keep your phone well-protected.|
|• Fully Reversible to help your little one change their style at ease|
|• Machine Wash [cold & gentle cycle - garment inside out - hang dry preferred - pat fillers back down to become puffy again]|
|• Standard U.S. Sizing [Please refer to size chart on the product image]|
This is not a winter coat for snow, it is a fall coat. I was disappointed that it was rather thin. Otherwise it's pretty cool and my daughter loved that it was reversible
Perfect jacket for either very cold weather or those fifty degree days. And reversible too!
Great coat and has held up in MI weather. Doesn’t repel water very well and gets dirty easily. I’ve washed it a few times and it washes well.
This jacket has been fantastic for my 4yr old. She lives in the thing. My only complaint is the diameter of the sleeves is a touch narrow. You can only layer so much when just taking the jacket off usually rolls the sleeves inside out.