Columbia Trail Trooper Rain Jacket - Boys'

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Retailers' Descriptions

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When your kid is the one pushing you along on your family hikes, the Columbia Boys' Trail Trooper Rain Jacket might be just what he needs when the rain starts to fall. This tough rain jacket is built for even the most serious adventurers. Its Hydroplus shell fends off wet weather, and its attached hood protects your little dude's melon from moisture. Hook and loop adjustable cuffs seal in heat, while 360-degrees of reflectivity ensure he stays visible to drivers when he's walking home from school on a rainy day.

- Backcountry.com

For the kid who doesn't know the meaning of "Slow down" when it comes to hiking. The Trail Trooper sheds the rain with Hydroplus technology so they can keep going as long as the rain can.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Waterproof performance at a great price, this lightweight rain jacket offers solid protection in wet weather.

- REI

Columbia Kid's Trail Trooper Jacket - The Kid's Trail Trooper Jacket by Columbia Sportswear will keep the most active one's in the family protected. Made from 100% nylon Hydroplus with Omni-Shield, it resists light rain and stains, keeping them clean and delivering protection from the outdoors where you least expect it but need it most. The attached hood and adjustable sleeve cuffs will keep your little one dry, and the 360 degrees of reflectivity will help keep them safe. If you are always wondering what your rascal will get in to next, no worries, they have the Kid's Trail Trooper Jacket by Columbia Sportswear.

- Outdoorplay

Columbia Boys' Trail Trooper Rain Jacket

previously retailed for:
$31.00 - $60.00

The Columbia Boys' Trail Trooper Rain Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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