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Free Shipping. Patagonia Kid's 3-in-1 Infurno Jacket (Fall 2005) The 3-in-1 Infurno Jacket by Patagonia is an infurno shell combined with detachable Synchilla fleece jacket that creates an all-in-one multi-purpose piece for core to spring snow conditions. Fabric: Shell: 4.3-oz. high density 100% PCR polyester with Deluge DWR finish. Fleece: 7.5-oz. polyester microfiber fleece Features: Shell: Environmentally friendly, recycled fabric contains no virgin polymer Full zip has external wind flap with hook-and-loop closures Elasticized hook-and-loop cuffs Full-cut hood with drawcord adjustment Mesh lining Elasticized drawcord hem falls below waist Angled, zippered handwarmer pockets with mesh pocket bags for extra ventilation Rubberized zipper pulls Y-Joint sleeves Reflective piping on back ID label inside Comfortable fit allows for layering Fleece jacket: Zips in or out of Infurno shell to create custom base layer or free-wearing top layer Full zip front Handwarmer pockets Button holes on cuff interior affix to shell cuff to keep sleeves in place Relaxed fit We are not able to ship Patagonia products outside the US because of that other thing.
The Infurno soft shell and its zip-in Synchilla? Jacket can be worn together for cold weather protection. The shell blocks wind and resists rain. The Synchilla? Jacket features a full-zip front, hand-warmer pockets and a relaxed fit. Made entirely from environmentally friendly, recycled polyester with a Deluge? DWR (durable water repellent) finish. ID label sewn inside.
The Infurno soft shell and its zip-in Synchilla Jacket can be worn together for cold weather protection. The shell blocks wind and resists rain. The Synchilla Jacket features a full-zip front, hand-warmer pockets and a relaxed fit. Made entirely from environmentally friendly, recycled polyester with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish. ID label sewn inside. Common Threads Recycling ProgramResearch shows that the environmental impact of recycling worn-out Capilene base layers into new polyester fiber is significantly lower than making that same fiber from virgin materials. Taking into account that worn-out garments are diverted from trash incinerators, making new polyester fiber from recycled garments results in an energy savings of 76% and a CO2 emissions greenhouse gasses reduction of 71%, versus creating that fiber from new raw material.
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