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The Patagonia Baby Reversible Tribbles Jacket. The Baby Reversible Tribbles Jacket, made with a wind- and water-resistant 100% recycled polyester fabric and warm, compressible 100-g Thermogreen insulation reverses to a plush high-pile fleece side.
DECENT FEATURES of the Patagonia Baby Reversible Tribbles Jacket
Wind-resistant quilted shell is treated with a Deluge DWR reverses to a high-pile fleece side with warm 100-g Thermo green insulation
Elasticized hood for a protective fit
Raglan sleeves for extra mobility quilting through all layers to reduce bulk
Shell and fleece side with hand warmer pockets durable elbow patches on fleece side
Internal elasticized draw cord
Full-length zipper with zipper garage and reflective pull elasticized cuff to seal out chill
The SPECS of the Patagonia Baby Reversible Tribbles Jacket
Weight: 14.1 oz / 400 g
Shell Side: 2.7-oz 100% recycled polyester with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
"Just purchased this jacket for my grandson who has moved to Minnesota. He is fashionable and warm!"
I purchased this jacket for my grandson who has moved to Minnesota, thus I was searching for a warm but practical coat. This jacket has proven to be a winner in both categories as well as he is looking so adorable in the blue jacket which by the way, matches his eyes!
I'm guilty of spoiling my little niece, Melissa. I gave this jacket it to her for her birthday. She is a doll and looks even sweeter in this jacket. Not only is it stylish, but it will also keep her very warm in this cold winter. It's nice to have a reversible option, but I must admit I prefer the soft fleece side. Pink is the way to go for any little girl. Let's just say I'm the favorite auntie now!
"The best cold weather jacket we could have bought for our 2 year old!"
We considered the usual suspects for kids jackets (L.L. B***, Land's ***, Colum****), but why should our kid be lumped into the rest of the boring kids in America? We bought this reversible Tribbles jacket for him, and he loves it. Many mainstream jackets for kids are crappy, and don't fit well. We did buy this a size larger to hopefully get two winters out of it, and it still fits great. I personally like the fleece side better, because it slides on so easy with the nylon side being on the inside. You can't go wrong, and heck, if your kid outgrows it, sell it on eBa* next year for almost as much as what you paid this year!