Specs

Weight 5.1 oz / 144 g
Fabric 4-Ply, 4.2 oz 100% Supplex® Nylon
Finish DWR

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Baggies Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Baby Baggies(TM) Jacket keeps your micro-grom comfortable and dry in everything from afternoon onshores to summer showers. This lightweight and packable baby windbreaker jacket has 50+ UPF sun protection and is made of supple, 3-ply 100% Supplex(R) nylon with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish that sheds moisture and makes on-the-go cleanups a snap. Snap-off 3-panel hood with side elastic on hood for a stay-put fit. Full front zip with garage to protect against chin chafe. Other features include ergonomic, raglan sleeves with spandex cuff binding and two handwarmer pockets. Hand-me-down ID label.

- Patagonia.com

Free Shipping. Patagonia Kids' Baggies Jacket FEATURES of the Patagonia Kids' Baggies Jacket Wind- and water-resistant Supplex nylon dries quickly and offers 50+ UPF sun protection Elastic on hood and sleeve opening for a stay-put fit Zipper garage for chin protection Raglan sleeves Two zippered handwarmer pockets and one doubles as a stow pocket Fun prints Hand-me-down ID label

- Moosejaw

Made of easy-cleaning, quick-drying Supplex nylon with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, it has a zip-front, zip pockets, fitted cuffs and hood for a true, weather-shunning fit, and it stuffs into its own fun, printed pocket bag. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Equipped with the Patagonia Toddler Boys' Baggies Jacket, rain pants, and boots, your little guy will have no problem stomping through puddles this spring. This water- and wind-resistant jacket helps shield him from the wet using Supplex nylon treated with a DWR so he can continue making a giant mess all over his rain gear. Once the sun comes back out, he's good to go with 50+ UPF sun protection. Additionally, handwarmer pockets let him keep warm on those days when Mr. Sun doesn't make an appearance.

- Backcountry.com