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Columbia Girls' Toddler Horizon Ride Insulated Jacket

$59.99 $90.00*
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Columbia Girls' Toddler Horizon Ride Insulated Jacket - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Tech Specs:

Waterproof Breathable - All Seams Sealed

All seams taped on the inside to provide premium waterproofing

Cold Temperatures

As the temperature drops, seal in the heat and lock out the cold with a warmer selection.

Product Information:

Zip her up in the adorable and functional Toddler Horizon Ride Insulated Jacket. This waterproof jacket is insulated with 240g of Farenhot for ample warmth on cold, snowy days. With a taffeta lined hood, adjustable cuffs and fleece lined pockets to stash items in or warm up her hands, the Columbia® Girls' Toddler Horizon Ride Jacket is the perfect addition to her winter wardrobe.
FEATURES:

  • Waterproof fabric
  • Insulated, 240g
  • Attached, adjustable storm hood
  • Taffeta lined hood
  • Interior security/media pocket
  • Reflective detail
  • Adjustable cuff tabs
  • Fleece lined pockets
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Insulation: 100% polyester Farenhot 240gm
  • Fabric: 100% nylon HC 3000
  • Style: WA5006
  • Columbia
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 37807656

Customer Reviews:

Columbia Girls' Toddler Horizon Ride Insulated Jacket 1 5 1 1
Not good at all The cost is too short and wide open at the bottom. I can't see how it will be warm considering it's poor material quality, shortness, and wide bottom design. I returned it next day. I would have expected more from Columbia. October 9, 2014
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