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Girls Wild Child Jacket
Girls Wild Child Jacket
Girls Wild Child Jacket
Girls Wild Child Jacket
Colour: Nocturnal/ Atoll
Nocturnal/ Atoll
£90.00
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The Girls Wild Child Jacket from Columbia is a stylish two-tone windproof jacket that brings the best in Columbia Technology. Its thermal reflective design and insulation keeps warmth in while the waterproof seam sealing keeps the Winter elements out. Special snow sport features include an attached, adjustable, helmet-compatible storm hood, ski pass pocket and powder skirt with silicone grippers. Functional extras include a media pocket, fleece-lined hand pockets with zips, 3M reflective detail and chin guard. The jacket’s grow system means that it will last your little one many snow seasons.

  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining
  • Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable
  • OUTGROWN grow system
  • Comfort stretch
  • Wind proof
  • 150gsm insulation
  • Helmet-compatible storm hood
  • Taffeta lined hood
  • Chin guard
  • Silicone grippers on powder skirt
  • Ski pass pocket
  • Interior security pocket
  • Media pocket
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Fleece lined pockets
  • Partial elastic cuff
  • Adjustable cuffs
  • Elastic hem
  • 3M reflective detail
Product Code: C2134079

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Columbia Sportswear is working in partnership with the UK’s National Park staff to help them protect our precious landscapes for generations to come. First up and last home, UK National Park Rangers are working with Columbia to develop the best product to keep warm, dry, cool and protected in UK conditions. To find out more visit:

 

www.columbiasportswear.co.uk/ambassadors-national-parks

 

Columbia was born in Portland, Oregon, USA, where snow-covered volcanos and glaciers are just a hike away. Our goal is to keep you protected no matter what. That’s why our products are tested in the harshest conditions Mother Nature can muster.

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