The Patagonia Boys' Insulated Showshot Jacket is an insulated ski jacket for long days on the hill and after school snowball fights. The H2No Performance shell is a 2-layer, polyester mini-herringbone with a waterproof, breathable barrier to keep him dry in the wet snow. A durable water repellent finish allows water to bead up on the surface of the fabric instead of soaking in, it's super neat. The outer fabric protects the 150g of Thermogreen synthetic insulation, which traps warm air to keep his arms, chest, and shoulders warm on the coldest of days. On the inside he'll have a left zipper pocket and mini-snow skirt with gripper elastic that won't get in the way on school days, but protect his lower back on ski days. It'll even attach via snaps to the Insulated Snowshot Pants. The hood warms up his noggin when he's bombing fast down increasingly higher skilled runs and is removable for school days when he can't ruined his precisely gelled hair. Grow-fit means two extra inches of length in the sleeves, so he can squeeze out an extra year or so in the jacket before handing it down to his little bro.
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