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One jacket for skiing, hiking, biking, and cruising around town.

An interchangeable liner system inside the Columbia Bugaboo Girls Parka means your little lady only needs one jacket for spring showers, cool autumn days, and blustery winter storms. On the outside, the Omni-Tech waterproof breathable shell keeps her dry from rain and soggy snow, and on the inside a removable fleece liner provides toasty warmth amidst frigid weather. Worn alone or zipped together, this versatile fleece liner and shell combination let her conquer the weather and look great in the process.

The shell employs Columbia's Omni-Tech waterproof breathable membrane to keep her dry and warm. The hood is removable, for twice the options. You'll appreciate the Outgrown system, which allows you to lengthen the sleeves as she grows, instead of getting a new jacket every couple of months. Plus, it has reflective accents to keep her safe. The liner is made from plush polyester fleece, which has a nice loft to keep her warm, without being stifling. Worn together, they'll fend off harsh winter weather, and individually, they'll keep her warm and comfy. And we all know that when she's comfortable, both of you are happy.

  • Omni-Tech waterproof breathable membrane
  • Removable, adjustable storm hood
  • Outgrown extendable cuffs
  • Reflective details for low-light visibility
  • Removable polyester fleece liner

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What is it rated temperature wise? If my...

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What is it rated temperature wise? If my daughter goes outside & its 5 degrees, is she gonna freeze to death or be warm in her jacket?

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If it was 5 degrees outside, I would recommend layering up, with this perhaps presiding as the most exterior layer, with one or two layers underneath. However, if that was a bit of hyperbole, but it is still going to be well below freezing when your daughter goes outside to rollick and prance in the winter wonderlands, I would still stand by what I already said.
If you wanted to bundle her in a lighter base garment of some sort, and then maybe some sort of moderately thick synthetic layer, then sling this on top if it is COLD or inclement weather happens to be rolling in, she would be fine. I used to have a Bugaboo jacket myself, and while I loved it, I made sure to always layer, given that it wasn't rated to really withstand overly blustery or frigid conditions as other gear may be. Layering is key, keep that in mind.

what size is a child's medium

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what size is a child's medium

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It would depend on whether the child in question is a boy or girl.
For boys, the Medium measurements are as follows:
Height: 55-59in ; Weight: 68-92lbs; Chest: 29.5in; Waist: 25.5in;
Hip: 30in; Inseam: 26in; & Sleeve: 27in
For girls, the measurements for a size Medium are as follows:
Height: 55-59in; Weight: 68-92lbs; Chest: 30in; Waist: 25in; Hip: 32in; Inseam: 26.5in; & Sleeve: 27in

Hope this helps!