Columbia Whirlinator Set

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Since she started walking, your little girl is a non-stop whirling dervish. When she doesn't get her way, she throws her little body down on any surface, snow included, and pitches a fit of epic proportions. Whether your little princess is playing or throwing a tantrum in the middle of winter, keep her warm and dry in the Columbia Toddler Girls' Whirlinator Snow Suit Set. Made from waterproof Omni-Tech nylon fabric and taped seams to ensure any moisture she feels is not from the snow, your daughter will stay dry while sledding, chasing the dog, or being tackled by her older sister. Given how much time she spends outside, keeping your little girl warm is important. This snow suit uses Omni-Heat, a thermal reflective lining, to retain body heat without bulk. For a kid who just started walking, less bulk means smoother movement and fewer falls. Extra insulation in the seat and the knees protects her little tush from getting too cold when she refuses to stand up. Just like it will take her a few years to outgrow tantrums, it will take your little lady a few years to outgrow the Whirlinator thanks to Columbia's Outgrown system. You can extend the pant leg cuffs as she grows so you're not buying a new snowsuit every year. The bib pants zip in front so she can continue to dress and undress herself, and elastic suspenders adjust for a semi-custom fit. The hood is attached to the jacket, so your package of sweetness cannot lose it, despite her best efforts. Lots of pockets give her candy storage options, and a center storm flap hides the front zipper from her busy little fingers.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Whirlinator Set

previously retailed for:
$67.48 - $149.95

The Columbia Whirlinator Set is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 4, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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