Patagonia Down Sweater Vest
6.8 oz / 193 g
1.4 oz 20-Denier Polyester Mini-Ripstop, Deluge® DWR Finish
2 oz 100% Polyester Plain Weave, Deluge® DWR Finish
600 Fill-Power Premium European Goose Down
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Keep your little one looking mountain chic in the Patagonia Girls' Down Sweater Vest. Made with a polyester ripstop fabric, you won't have to worry about your little lady tearing a hole in it during her first snowball fight. And with a DWR finish, this vest will repel moisture leaving it's 600-fill down dry and insulating. With two hand warmer pockets she'll be able to get her hands nice and warm when her digits get chilly. And with an internal draw cord at the hem and spandex binding at the armholes she'll keep all that warm and cozy air inside, where it should be.
This cozy vest snuggles active girls in the incredibly lightweight comfort of premium down while they walk to school or embark on outdoor adventures in cool weather.
The windproof and water-resistant Boys? Down Sweater Vest provides reliable core warmth that's so light and comfortable, kids will forget it's even on. The super durable 1.4-oz 20-denier polyester mini-ripstop shell fabric and the bluesign(R) approved 100% polyester plain weave lining are treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Compressible, 100% Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down that can be traced back to birds that were never force-fed, never live-plucked) provides unrelenting warmth. Vest details: a full-length zipper with garage and wind flap; handwarmer pockets with reflective webbing pulls; comfortable quilt-through construction; internal drawcord at the hem and a hand-me-down ID label.
Lightweight and warm, Patagonia's Baby Down Sweater Vest is insulated with 100% Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down that can be traced back to birds that were never force-fed, never liveplucked)and easily layers in colder conditions.