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Ready to play in nasty weather.
It's raining buckets, but nobody has called the game yet; your soccer star simply zips on her Patagonia Girls' Torrentshell Jacket and takes to the field to warm up. A technical shell that offers the same protection you get from your own Patagonia H2No jacket, the Torrentshell keeps her uniform dry as the officials deliberate as to whether to call it, and its breathable technology keeps her comfortable as she starts to warm up.
- H2No waterproof breathable membrane and Deluge DWR treatment team up to keep her dry in soggy weather
- Durable 50-dernier nylon ripstop shell blocks the wind and stands up to heavy use
- Three-panel hood offers a technical fit
- Elasticized cuffs with hook-and-loop closures and internal drawcord at hem seal out wind and cold
- External storm flap along length of front zipper seals with hook-and-loop patches for complete wet-weather protection
- Two zippered hand pockets and one internal drop-in pocket let her safely stash her phone and small items
- Reflective tape along back yoke and reflective zipper pulls make her more visible in low-light conditions
- ID label helps the jacket finds its way back to her when she leaves it somewhere during her travels
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Stayed dry as a bone
Oddly enough considering we live in PNW, my kids jacket didn't get a true trial run until we were in Florida. And then the floodgates burst. We had such an enjoyable day in the warm rain, but not having every inch soaked certainly helped. She loves the jacket and color. A word on pricing, whereas most shells are usually sized generously to layer this is not; we ended up needing to go up in size for it to fit her longer than the next 4 months.