The Patagonia Girls’ Infurno Jacket is a cold weather jacket for school and trips to the outdoor mall with Mom. The inner lining of half-inch, high-pile fleece is soft against her skin and 80g of Thermogreen insulation combines with the fleece to keep her warm. The longer length covers more of her body for additional warmth and the elastic waist pulls it in a little more style. The nylon outer shell is wind and water resistant with a durable water repellent to block the wintery elements.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Girls' Infurno Jacket
Water-and wind-resistant nylon shell with a Deluge DWR finish body lined with warm 1/2" pile fleece and sleeves insulated with 80-g Thermo green polyester
Three-panel hood construction for comfortable and secure fit
Full length center front zipper with internal chin guard and external snap closure storm flap cuff with double snap adjustment
Snap-flap zippered pocket on right chest and welt-covered hand warmer pockets
Elasticized waist for a girl shape and to minimize bulk
Hand-me-down ID label
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Girls' Infurno Jacket
Weight: 29.2 oz / 828 g
Shell: 4.2-oz 100% nylon faille with a Deluge DWR finish
Body Lining: 11-oz 100% polyester (78% recycled) 1/2" pile fleece
Sleeve Lining: 2-oz 100% polyester plain weave with a Deluge DWR finish
Sleeve Insulation: 80-g Thermo green 100% polyester (90% recycled)
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I bought this coat for my 5 year old daughter. I bought a small, and she could wear it for probably another 2 years which is great, but the sleeves are a bit too long for her now. The color is beautiful and it is very warm, my daughter refuses to wear long sleeves most of the time so I depend on a warm coat for her. One reason I don't give it a "Love it!" review is that when we opened one of the breast pockets, the snap rivet came right out of the coat, we pushed it back in and it stayed in place. For the price, I don't think that should have happened. Another suggestion to the manufacturer would be to make the zipper handhold bigger for small hands...it is very tiny. Other than those two issues, it is a great buy and I'm happy overall with the quality.
"Great jacket, great value, great colors, Patagonia hipsterism"
So, you know how it is... You want a winter jacket for your little princess, but you don't want it to be too princessy. That is, not too much pink, or any glitter, or fairies, or Disney placements. You want something technical and warm but also, you know, cute. She is 5, she is not climbing the Matterhorn. So you look to the usual options: LL Bean: Good stuff but a little too traditional. Land's End: I don't know, ever since they partnered with Sears...eh. North Face: great stuff but totally ubiquitous with the suburban set, you dig? So you go to Patagonia, the grooviest outdoor company, lets face it. But, you say, I ain't no tech millionaire, I can't afford to get my 5 year old a Patagonia jacket she will outgrow soon. Well, I am here to assure you, friend. This jacket is a steal. It feels like quality. The synchilla is plush and dense and will hug your little one well. The color choices are dope, as only Patagonia knows how to do. It is warm enough for average winter temps. Perfect.