REI Timber Mountain 3-in-1 Jacket - Boys'

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit REI's Timber Mountain 3-in-1 Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A boy stays warm and dry in the adaptable REI Timber Mountain 3-in-1 jacket. This hooded parka's zip-out fleece liner jacket allows him to customize it to match the weather. Durable shell is constructed with wind- and water-resistant coated textured nylon; removable liner jacket is made of soft, warm polyester fleece. Fleece liner jacket zips out, providing 3 levels of warmth: he can wear just the liner, just the shell, or both for maximum warmth and protection. External stormflap with rip-and-stick fasteners helps block wind and rain from sneaking through the zipper; chin guard eliminates abrasion. 3-panel hood with removable fur trim features adjustable rip-and-stick tab, extended bill and elastic around sides of face to keep weather out. Elastic cuffs with rip-and-stick adjustments keep out wind and snow. Shell has zippered hand pockets with comfy tricot lining, a zippered chest pocket and a zippered inner left chest pocket with earphone port. Metal eyelet in left handwarmer pocket flap provides a secure attachment point for a lift ticket or ski pass. Polyester fleece liner jacket features zippered, tricot-lined hand pockets to warm chilly digits. Jacket and fleece liner have handy write-on internal ID labels.

- REI

REI Boys' Timber Mountain 3-in-1 Jacket

MSRP:
$99.50

The REI Boys' Timber Mountain 3-in-1 Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 12, 2014 at REI.

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