The North Face Tailout Rain Jacket - Girls'

Specs

Body Fabric HyVent® 2L, 100% Nylon Plain Weave, DWR Finish
Lining Fabric 100% Polyester Mesh

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Keep your little tyke dry in The North Faces Toddler Girls Tailout Rain Jacket. Breathable and fully seam-sealed, the two-layer 100% nylon Hydravent shell features a waterproof, polyurethane coating to repel water during wet-weather conditions. Fixed hood with a chin-guard flap and brushed collar lining help seal out moisture and cold. Longer drop tail in back adds protection. Center-front zip and Velcro closure. Elasticized cuffs, ID label and embroidered logo. 100% polyester mesh lining. Imported. Sizes: 2T-4T. Color: Sugary Pink. Size: 2T. Color: Sugary Pink. Gender: Female. Age Group: Kids. Pattern: Embroidered. Material: Polyester.

- Cabela's

CLOSEOUTS . Your little princess will be wet-weather ready with The North Face Tailout rain jacket. Waterproof breathable fabric and fully seam-sealed construction block moisture as she splashes through puddles, and the brimmed hood offers added protection from April showers. Available Colors: LUMINOUS PINK, STARRY PURPLE. Sizes: 2T, 3T, 4T, 5T, 6T.

- Sierra Trading Post

Keep your little one drier in wet weather with this infant rain jacket that offers complete waterproof coverage.

- The North Face

With a longer drop tail in back, the Tailout rain jacket will help keep even the most energetic toddlers covered. bluesign approved fabric.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

There's no need for you and your little munchkin to hide inside during rainy days. Simply dress your gal in The North Face Infant Girls' Tailout Rain Jacket, pop her in the baby backpack, and head out for a hike in the woods. This jacket's waterproof, breathable HyVent 2-layer fabric and fully taped seams keep the rain at bay while you take in the fresh mountain air. Its asymmetrical center-front zip with hook-and-loop closure, fixed hood, and elasticized cuffs help to seal in warmth and block out the elements.

- Backcountry.com