The North Face Striped Buttery Bunting

Specs

kids'
Fabric Buttery Fleece, 100% Polyester High-Pile Fleece (65% Recycled)

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. The North Face Infant Striped Buttery Bunting DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Infant Striped Buttery Bunting Full zip at sides Fold over cuffs at sleeve and leg openings Embroidered logo at chest Snaps at inseam Elastic binding at hood, sleeve and leg openings The SPECS Source: Imported Fabric: Buttery fleece-100% polyester high-pile fleece (65% recycled) This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw refers to the kids' version

Buttery fleece-100% polyester high-pile fleece (65% recycled). Buttery fleece-100% polyester high-pile fleece (65% recycled) Full zip at sides Foldover cuffs at sleeve and leg openings Embroidered logo at chest Snaps at inseam Elastic binding at hood, sleeve and leg openings

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the kids' version

Cradle your baby in this super soft layer with full zippers on the sides for easy on and off. Your little one can wiggle away in comfort thanks to the cut of this design, which features extra diaper room in the bottom.

- The North Face refers to the kids' version

An unbelievably soft onesy for the latest addition to your family, The North Face Infant Striped Buttery Bunting helps keep newbies warm and cozy in fairly moderate weather. Dual side zips, fold-over cuffs at hands and feet, and snaps at the inseam make access and changing convenient and simple.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the kids' version

The North Face Striped Buttery Bunting

previously retailed for:
$34.98 - $70.00

The North Face Striped Buttery Bunting is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 11, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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