The North Face Poquito Insulated Jacket

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Specs

Body Fabric HyVent® 2L, 100% Printed Nylon Faille Weave
Lining Fabric 100% Nylon Taffeta
Body Insulation Aero 200 g Heatseeker™
Sleeve Insulation 100 g Heatseeker™ Aero

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Manufacturer's Description

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Free Shipping. The North Face Toddler Girls' Insulated Poquito Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Toddler Girls' Insulated Poquito Jacket Fixed hood Grow cuffs at sleeves Zip hand pockets Adjustable cuff tabs Side elastic at hem System map/ID label Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Toddler Girls' Insulated Poquito Jacket Average Weight: 13.1 oz / 370 g Center Back Length: 16.5in. Body: HyVent 2L-100% Polyester plain weave Lining: 100% Polyester low-pile raschel fleece Insulation: 250 g Heatseeker This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Teach the next generation how to ski or ride in this insulated snowsports jacket. Constructed with the same technical fabrics and quality as the adult counterpart, the waterproof exterior repels snow and is paired with ample (250g) Heatseeker Aero insulation throughout for bolstered warmth. Rider-specific features throughout help small riders navigate the winter wonderland.

- The North Face

The North Face Poquito insulated jacket offers waterproofness and breathability for little girls who make turns on the slopes or snowballs in the backyard.

- REI

Wrap your future pro skier with the warmth and waterproof protection that The North Face Toddler Girls' Poquito Insulated Jacket provides. Its fully taped HyVent shell provides rugged waterproof protection that's still breathable for her comfort, and Heatseeker insulation is sure to keep her warm throughout ski school. The grow cuffs extend to keep her ever-growing body covered next season too.

- Backcountry.com