Gerry Boys' Superpipe Insulated Jacket
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Keep the raindrops, slush and snow away with good, water-resistant protection.
As the temperature drops, seal in the heat and lock out the cold with a warmer selection.
The Boys' Superpipe Insulated Jacket will keep your young boy protected from the elements while he's racing downhill or building a snowman. The water and wind resistant textured grid weave fabric shields him from the wind and snow. Low-bulk poly insulation in the shell traps heat for cozy warmth all day long and insulates even when damp. He'll stay warm and happy in the Gerry® Boys' Superpipe Insulated Jacket.
- High Performance insulation for superior warmth without the weight
- Articulated hood fits snugly to keep head warm
- Reflective trim on hood
- Fleece lining at back for added warmth
- Chest zip pocket for valuables
- Lower hand pockets with tricot lining
- Adjustable waist strap
- Fleece wrist gaiter with thumbhole
- Chin protector
- Velcro storm flap and cuffs seal out cold air
- Fabric: Durable Textured Grid Weave fabric - 1000mm coated
- Style: GG5205
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 35578216
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Love this jacket! I got this jacket for my 7 year old. He complains of his current jacket being too puffy n uncomfortable.He loves it !! He has a lil belly n this jacket is roomier and a lil longer than most. Zipper is excellent quality. It seem very durable. He owned it for a month. Hasn't been tested in the snow yet but I think it will do just fine. December 20, 2014
Great Buy Good jacket fir the price. Got it fir about $55 and my son wore if 3 days later in about 20 degree weather and was warm. December 7, 2014
NOt heavy enough h produck is really light weight, almost a shell layer then an jacket. I bought it for my son to take out snowmobiling and decided to return it the same day I got it. I would have kept it for outside play but the fabric is really thin and I could imagine it getting holes easlily. Not a great jacket for ruff boys who live in the woods. December 6, 2014
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