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Patagonia
Simple Synchilla Jacket (Kid's) (no-sku-product)

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The Kids' Simple Synchilla Jacket is made of warm, 7.6 oz recycled polyester double-faced fleece.

They set out for buried treasure on the pond's far side and returned with their water bottles full of pollywogs. Mission accomplished. A classic day-to-day throw-on, the Simple Synchilla Jacket uses 7.6-oz 100% polyester (85% recycled) double-faced fleece to keep intrepid, spontaneous adventurers warm and active. It has a full-zip front with an internal wind flap, zippered handwarmer pockets, a stand-up collar for warmth, and reflective collar patch and zipper pulls to keep them visible when quests segue into the gloaming. With a hand-me-down ID label inside.


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Features

  • Soft recycled polyester fleece in a streamlined design for an excellent fit
  • Full-length zip with internal wind flap
  • Two zippered handwarmer pockets with reflective webbing pulls
  • Reflective patch on collar
  • Hand-me-down ID label inside
  • Made in Colombia.

Gender: Youth
Weight: 311 g (11 oz)
Material: 7.6-oz 100% polyester (85% recycled) double-faced fleece
Fit: Regular fit
Season: S12
Vendor ProductId: 65600
Review ProductId: 26868

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