The North Face Boys' Abbit Triclimate Jacket is a versatile jacket for cold, wet weather. When winter comes along, you'll want your kid to be prepared, and what better way to do so with tons of options? That's right, it's a Triclimate, and The North Face has stepped up the game with this one, making it a 4-in-1 instead of the 3-in-1 of the past. The waterproof shell protects against snow, rain, and even slush-balls, although I hope he sticks to snowballs instead. It also has a powder skirt, plenty of pockets, a hood and goggle cloth for getting into the snow, on or off the mountain. The second jacket is insulated with 160g Heatseeker™ insulation, warming his body, even if he skips the afternoon cocoa. Wear the shell alone in wet, warm weather, or zip in the second jacket for cold, wet weather. The second jacket can be worn alone in drier weather and is reversible, giving you the 3rd and 4th jacket options.
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