Mountain Sprouts Kestrel Vest

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A best seller for years, the Mountain Sprouts Kestral Vest for Youth and Juniors will is a child's vest for all seasons... the Kestrel Vest has a low-profile collar that is designed for layering comfort, and the deep, plush pockets and safety whistle zipper pull make this vest a wardrobe staple.

- Altrec Outdoors

Made for layering under your kid's jacket, the Mountain Sprouts Kestrel Vest keeps him or her warm while playing on a chilly fall day. This DWR-coated 200-weight Polartec fleece provides plenty of insulation when the temps start to drop, and the low-profile collar makes this vest comfortable to wear under any jacket. There's a safety whistle on the zipper of the Kestrel that lets your child get your attention incase you become separated from each other while hiking or shopping.

- Backcountry Outlet

Made for layering under your kids jacket, the Mountain Sprouts Kestrel Vest keeps him or her warm while playing on a chilly fall day.


Let 'em stand out in a crowd in this bright, color-blocked fleece vest. Polartec® fleece ensures warmth, making it a favorite for adults; kids will love the fun colors and comfortable fit. Low-profile collar makes layering easy. Full zip front with colorful whistle hanging from zipper pull. Two hand pockets; elastic binding around collar, pockets and armholes. Machine washable for easy care. Closeout.


Mountain Sprouts Kestrel Vest


The Kestrel Vest has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$14.83 - $51.95

The Mountain Sprouts Kestrel Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 9, 2009 at Altrec Outdoors.

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