The Patagonia Girls’ Insulated Snowbelle Jacket is an insulated jacket for skiing and snowboarding the big hill. Now that she’s past the ‘pizza’ and the ‘french fry’ and instead tearing up the mountain, your little skier can keep warm with the Snowbelle, packed with 150g of Thermogreen insulation. The two-layer H2No shell keeps her dry when the snow starts falling and the durable water repellent encourages the snowmelt to roll right off her back. A mini powder skirt won’t get in the way, but still protects her lower back from powder when snapped into place. You’ll love the grow-cuff feature, which adds an additional two inches to the sleeve so she can wear it for more than one season before passing it on to a younger sibling or cousin.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Girls' Insulated Snowbelle Jacket
H2No Performance Standard 2-layer polyester shell and durable 2.5-layer contrast with a waterproof/breathable barrier and Deluge DWR finish fully-taped seams 150-g Thermo green insulation stays warm even when wet
Removable hood with zipper, snaps and soft-lock pulls for a snug fit and extra warmth (hood features not on XS) hood has low-bulk 3-panel construction
Soft fleece-lined collar full-length internal wind flap and external storm flap with hook-and-loop closure
Articulated sleeves with grow-fit feature increases length by 2" sleeve cuff adjusts with hook-and-loop closure
Two zippered hand warmer pockets with reflective pulls one internal drop-in pocket for gloves and goggles one hidden zippered chest pocket with interior cable routing
Mini-powder skirt to seal out snow attaches to Insulated Snowbell Pants integrated draw cord and cord locks at bottom hem for secure fit
Reflective chest logo; internal pass ring hand-me-down ID label
Rated 5 out of
My 7 year old loves itThe jacket is well designed. Most importantly the zipper is quality, zippers have always failed on cheaper kids coats we've had. The storm flap is reinforced so it doesn't seem like the fabric will catch and bind and get the zipper stuck which is a major plus. The jacket is well designed with a few nice tech features, the hood is removable but secure, there's a nice soft fabric around the neck line, and the fabric feels very durable. Worth it to me to pay a little more to get a nice coat that should last years. The body of the size small fit my average size 7 year old well, but the sleeves are quite long, we had to cuff them over once.
Date published: 2014-02-04
Rated 5 out of
Kids XXL fits like Women's MI am a short adult who usually wears Patagonia women's size medium jackets. I am 5'1" and 130lb (36B), top heavy with wide shoulders. I bought this jacket (kids size XXL) just because it was on sale and I have two girls who will most likely be able to wear it in the future. Just to give you an idea, I also have a North Face Triclimate jacket in kids size XL that is a perfect fit for me. Compared to the TNF jacket, this jacket has longer arm length and slightly narrower shoulders. If you are a medium built grown-up, this jacket in XXL should fit you well. If you are skinny or tall, not a good fit. Other than the size, this is a nice jacket, warm and functional.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 4 out of
Warm and Not PuffyI bought this jacket for my little girl and she really liked it because it was warm. We went for a trip to Alaska and it kept her warm enough for 0F with a light breeze, but however negative 17F she needed a few more layers. She liked it because it was not puffy. Which is very important for a young girl.