Marmot Guides Down Sweater
While the boys' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 4 reviews for other versions of the Guides Down Sweater. Read all reviews »
Here's what other sites are saying:
Marmot Kids' Guides Down Sweater is the perfect layer for keeping heat in close to your child's body. Its high quality 650+ fill goose down provides extreme warmth, while a DriClime lined collar and chin guard offer unbelievable comfort. This jacket is designed for active, everyday use.
Tough, water resistant, and warm, Marmot's Boy's Guides Down Sweater makes a great mid layer for frigid days slope side, and a terrific cool weather jacket too! Marmot's exclusive Angel-Wing Movement never restricts arm movement, so it's a natural for winter sports. Other features include a DriClime lined chin guard and collar for long-lasting comfort.
A 'sweater' doesn't have to equal epic childhood embarrassment, particularly not Marmot's Guides Down Sweater - a full-on down jacket with 650-fill goose down insulation and modern styling that'll keep him warm without sacrificing his reputation. He stays toasty all day in this durable ripstop nylon coat that also sheds light snow with its DWR finish.
- Mountain Gear
Tough, water resistant, and warm, the Marmot Guides Down Sweater for Boys makes a great mid layer for frigid days slope side, and a terrific cool weather jacket too! Marmot's exclusive Angel-Wing Movemement(TM) never restricts arm movement, so it's a natural for winter sports. Other features include a DriClime(R) lined chin guard and collar for long-lasting comfort.
- Altrec Outdoors
Double-dog-dare winter to give you chills while you're wearing the Marmot Boys' Guides Down Sweater. The Guides is unbelievably light and super-warm, so you won't even know it's cold until you happen to notice your friends shivering around you. The ripstop shell makes sure that the soft down feathers stay inside the jacket where they belong, and zippered handwarmer pockets will have your hands nice and warm in a hurry, even while the snowballs are still flying.