Patagonia Baggies Jacket - Kids'
5.1 oz / 144 g
4-Ply, 4.2 oz 100% Supplex® Nylon
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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. When breezes kick up, you're prepared with a stay-put, 3-panel hood that has side elastic and snaps on and off as needed. The full front zip with garage protects against chin chafe. Other features include ergonomic, raglan sleeves with spandex cuff binding and a pair of handwarmer pockets. Hand-me-down ID label.
Free Shipping. Patagonia Kids' Baggies Jacket FEATURES of the Patagonia Kids' Baggies Jacket Wind- and water-resistant Supplex nylon dries quickly 50+ UPF sun protection Elasticized hood and cuff for a stay-put fit Zipper garage for chin protection Raglan sleeves Two zippered handwarmer pockets; one doubles as a stow pocket Fabric is certified as bluesign approved Fun prints Hand-me-down ID label
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.