The North Face Out of Bounds Insulated Jacket
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Free Shipping. The North Face Toddler Boys' Insulated Out Of Bounds Jacket DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Toddler Boy's Insulated Out Of Bounds Jacket Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed Fixed hood Brushed chin guard Zip hand pockets EZ Grow cuffs at sleeves Internal loop for glove clip Adjustable cuff tabs with Velcro closure System map on interior of garment outlines jacket features ID label Embroidered logo at left chest and back right shoulder The SPECS of The North Face Toddler Boy's Insulated Out Of Bounds Jacket Average Weight: 14.1 oz / 400 g Center Back Length: 16.5in. Body: 70D x 160D 82 g/m2 100% nylon faille weave HyVent 2L Lining: 40D 70 g/m2 100% nylon taffeta Insulation: 250 g Heatseeker Aero This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Waterproof, breathable, insulated jacket with a streamlined, simple, classic alpine design perfect for making turns or making snowballs.
- Ramsey Outdoor
The North Face Out Of Bounds insulated jacket lets young snow enthusiasts brave the cold with a fully waterproof shell and plenty of warmth. Durable nylon shell is filled with warm, lightweight Heatseeker(TM) Aero insulation (250g in body, 160g in hood and sleeves). HyVent(R) breathable technology uses a multilayer polyurethane coating for waterproof protection and durability. Fully sealed seams create a reliable shield against wind, snow and rain. EZ Grow cuffs let you lengthen sleeves as your child grows. Attached hood boosts protection from the elements. The North Face Out Of Bounds insulated jacket features 2 zippered handwarmer pockets, adjustable cuffs with rip-and-stick closures and a glove clip.
Whether your little man is on skis or a sled, he's sure to be happy in The North Face Toddler Boys' Insulated Out Of Bounds Jacket. Why' Because now that he's warm and dry, you can give him the OK to go nuts (you may as well ... he'll do it anyway) during snowball fights, sledding sessions, and on his first family ski trip.