Patagonia Down Sweater

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Specs

Weight 3.8 oz / 108 g
Shell Fabric 1.4 oz 20-Denier Polyester Mini-Ripstop
Lining Fabric 2 oz 100% Polyester Plain Weave.
Finish DelugeĀ® DWR
Insulation 600 Fill-Power Premium European Goose Down

While the kids' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 9 reviews for other versions of the Down Sweater. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Patagonia easy-to-layer Baby Down Sweater wraps them in soft warmth yet blocks wind and water when conditions get dicey. Lightweight and highly compressible, this baby down jacket has high-loft 600-fill-power European goose down insulation, and the ultra-lightweight 100% polyester shell has a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. A full-zip front with elastic in the back hem secures the fit and shuns chilly weather. With a hand-me-down ID label.

- CampSaver.com

The Patagonia Down sweater for toddler girls is perfect for frosty mornings, crisp evenings and brisk mountain air. Keep your little one warm and hibernation-free!

- REI

The easy-to-layer Baby Down Sweater wraps them in soft warmth yet blocks wind and water when conditions get dicey. Lightweight and highly compressible, this baby down jacket has high-loft Traceable Down (third-party-verified, non-live-plucked, non-force-fed) 600-fill-power duck down insulation, and the ultra-lightweight 100% polyester shell has a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. The full-length zipper has a zipper garage to protect tender chins; elastic in the back hem secures the fit and shuns chilly weather. Hand-me-down ID label.

- Patagonia.com

With the same smooth, water-resistant shell and quality goose down filling as the incredibly popular adult version, the Toddler Girls' Patagonia Down Sweater is sure to help keep a smile beaming as bright as the snow. When temps really dip and wet snow starts to fall, simply zip another jacket or fleece over the Down Sweater and she'll be ready to get back out there for a series of snowball, sled, and ski adventures.

- Backcountry.com