The North Face Reversible Down Moondoggy Jacket
100% Nylon, DWR Finish
550 Fill Down
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Your backyard may be a little warmer than the moon, but when winter sends blasts of total misery, zip up your boy in the The North Face Boys' Moondoggy Reversible Down Jacket. If he decides to make mud-coated snowballs for flinging at his sister and gets messy in the process, just flip it inside-out and he'll have a clean slate when he shows up at Nana's for dinner. No matter how he wears it, the Moondoggie's 550-fill down insulation will keep him toasty, and DWR-coated front will shed water in soggy spring snow forts. There are hand pockets on both sides, and elastic binding at the cuffs, hood, and hem to lock warm air in and snow out.
- Backcountry.com refers to the boys' version
Free Shipping. The North Face Toddler Boys' Reversible Moondoggy Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Toddler Boys' Reversible Moondoggy Jacket Zip-in compatible Welted zip hand pockets on front side Welted hand pockets on reverse side Elastic binding at cuffs and hood opening Elastic hem-bound waistband SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Toddler Boys' Reversible Moondoggy Jacket Average Weight: 12.4 oz / 350 g Center Back Length: 14.25in. Body: 100% nylon taffeta with DWR finish Reverse: 60% nylon, 40% polyester Insulation: 550 fill down This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
- Moosejaw refers to the boys' version
Keep boys cozy and smiling through winter in this 550-fill down insulated winter jacket that reverses from a smooth, printed nylon taffeta side to a solid quilted side. Treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to shed light moisture. Elastic binding at cuffs, hood, and, hem fosters a secure fit.
- The North Face refers to the boys' version
Reversible winter coat is constructed with a solid exterior with quilting baffles that helps keep down shifting to eliminate cold spots that reverses to a smooth, plaid side. Plush 550 fill down throughout provides bolstered warmth.
- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the boys' version