Columbia Jabber Monkey Jacket - Girls'

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Keep your little one warm and cozy with wind and water resistant nylon fortified with cozy microfleece. The attached, adjustable storm hood ensures that tiny ears stay toasty. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon Wind Halt. Lining: 100% polyester Super Light microfleece, Omni-Wick, Attached, adjustable storm hood, Fleece lined, Imported,

- Columbia

A lifetime of wandering trails, treacherous peaks, and courageous gallivanting through the wilderness starts with large amounts of ambition and a parent's guidance. In addition to the above, scrupulous layering doesn't hurt, either. The Columbia Toddler Girls' Jabber Monkey Jacket features wind-resistant Wind Halt exterior fabric and a cozy micro-fleece interior that keeps your girl bundled up properly for the adventure ahead.

- Backcountry.com

The Columbia Sportswear Infant Boy's Jabber Monkey Jacket features wind and water resistant nylon, fortified with cozy micro fleece, to keep your little one warm and cozy. An attached, adjustable storm hood ensures that tiny ears stay toasty.Shell: 100% nylon Wind Halt fabric.Lining: 100% polyester Super Light micro fleece.Water/wind resistant.Attached, adjustable storm hood.Fleece lined.Import.

- Campmor

Columbia Girls' Jabber Monkey Jacket

previously retailed for:
$17.90 - $29.95

The Columbia Girls' Jabber Monkey Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 1, 2013 at Columbia.

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