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Retailers' Descriptions

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When your mini-me gets a bit too cold out there, they have a tendency to become a grumpoapotamus. Don't let the grouch-mode set in, warm them up with the Turtle Fur Shellaclava for kids. A smooth and low profile hood wraps over the top of their noggin, and comfortably wears under helmets or beanies without wrinkles and bulges, and a double-layer of classic turtle-fur fleece keeps their neck cozy, while decked out with funky prints that will make them actually want to layer up. The polyester fleece is sewn in a double-layer, allowing heat to become trapped in the middle, keeping insulation at the max, while wicking away sweat and drying quickly. The hood is made from a stretchy polyester-spandex blend that's brushed and soft on the inside, dries quickly, and even fights odor to keep your little butter-cheeks smelling fresh.

- Backcountry.com

Original Turtle Fur Turtle's Neck with a Dryline Hood.

- Ramsey Outdoor

The kids' Shellaclava from Turtle Fur is made of micro fur to keep your youngun' warm while they are outside playing hard in the cold weather. It's a two-for-one...a hat and neck warmer rolled into one. PRODUCT FEATURES: Lightweight low bulk micro fur Moisture wicking Dryline hood One piece construction Provides maximum insulation Thin enough to be worn comfortably under a helmet or a hat

- Appalachian Outdoors

Turtle Fur Kids' Shellaclava

previously retailed for:
$10.77 - $19.99

The Turtle Fur Kids' Shellaclava is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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