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The Patagonia Girls' Insulated Snowbelle Jacket is an insulated ski jacket for your little lady to hit the slopes like a champion. The H2No shell is 100% polyester, providing her waterproof, breathable protection against the rain, snow, and sleet. The dry, cold days are no match for the windproof shell either, especially when combined with 150 grams of Thermogreen synthetic insulation to keep her toasty. The hood has an internal, elastic gusset so when she's ripping down the mountain it won't fly off, or just remove it and she can rock her favorite beanie. The inside of the jacket features a mini-powder skirt to keep snow off her back and a grow-fit feature in the sleeves. Grow-fit allows you to get more time out of the jacket before jumping into a whole new size. The hand pockets and chest pocket zipper shut to prevent gloves from getting lost in the parking lot, or securing cash for food and drink. She'll be dry and warm for the whole day and into the evening. Good luck pulling her off the slopes.
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|Best Use:||Rainwear, Skiing, Casual|
|Insulation Details:||150 g Thermogreen|
|Jacket Features:||Insulated, Adjustable Cuffs, Powder Skirt, Waterproof, Zipper Garage, Hood|
|Jacket Lining Fabric:||100% Polyester plain weave|
|Jacket Shell Fabric:||100% Polyester mini-herringbone|
|Fit Type:||Regular Fit|
Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. It's cute to think of a fabric as being afraid of water. Now if only they could make a bearphobic coating. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.