Columbia Wind Racer II Jacket

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Designed to protect them from gusting wind and showers, this lightweight Omni-Wind Block nylon jacket cuts the chill and sheds water in sleek, timeless style. Technology: OMNI-WIND BLOCK Breathable Windproof , Construction: Omni-Wind Block breathable windproof technology stops cold, gusting air, Water/wind resistant, Attached, adjustable storm hood, Mesh-lined for comfort and breathability, Zip closed pockets, Imported, Fabric: Shell: Omni-Wind Block 100% nylon wind hault, Lining: 100% polyester mesh,

- Columbia

Designed to protect toddler girls gusting wind and showers, the lightweight Columbia Wind Racer II jacket cuts the chill and sheds water in sleek, timeless style. Nylon shell is wind- and water-resistant; soft mesh lining promotes breathability and slides easily over layers. Adjustable hood provides on-the-spot coverage from inclement weather. Closeout.


Let your little lady run with the wind in her hairor notin the Columbia Toddler Girls' Wind Racer II Jacket. With an adjustable storm hood, sheltering nylon shell, and windproof, weather-resistant Omni-Wind Block, she won't feel the chilling gales or drizzle as she frolics in the wild. And a mesh lining will keep her cool and dry when she works up a sweat.


Columbia Wind Racer II Jacket

previously retailed for:
$17.90 - $24.73

The Columbia Wind Racer II Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 4, 2014 at Columbia.

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