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Stylish down puffy that sees more than its share of use.
Give your snow shredder the jacket that just keeps on giving—the Spyder Girls Chrono Down Jacket. Thanks to its 550-fill down insulation, the Chrono keeps her extra snug and warm on frigid days, while its smooth style makes it her number-one puffy of choice.
- Spylon DWR coating helps shed lightly falling flakes and the wet from melting icicles or a sneak snowball attack
- 550-Fill power down insulation keeps her snug and warm on frigid winter days
- Smooth lining and compressible down makes it easy to layer underneath the jacket
- Abrasion-resistant Bemis overlay film details are welded to the jacket to provide a sleek, technical look
- Baffled construction keeps the down strategically placed throughout the jacket for stellar warmth
- Fixed hood protects her face and head from wintery elements
- Zippered hand pockets stash her lip balm, cell, and small essentials
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Stylish jacket but lacks durability...
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought the neon green jacket from Backcountry for my 13 year old daughter and we live in Canada so it's cold. It's warm enough for most conditions. But I gave it 2 stars because it lacks durability. All the striped decals and the Spyder decal have peeled off - it ripped on a small twig as she walked by a bush in our front yard on the first wear. The jacket material is not durable at all although it washes well. And by the way, the decals starting coming off even before I washed it. Even at $107, you'd expect better. This was our first Spyder jacket, usually I buy North Face. Her North Face comparable down jacket lasted her 2 seasons and still looks reasonable even after the abuse she has put it through. For style and fit, I'd give it 5 stars but unless your child is very gentle with her clothes and you don't ski, I'd pass and buy something more durable.
Planning a trip next December to Lapland...
Planning a trip next December to Lapland Finland. Where weather easy reaches -30c. So I wanted to know know if this jacket could be advised for my 14 years old girl... I like the colours specially in that dark time of the year!
This jacket, on its own, is not nearly heavy enough for such low temperatures. You could use it on top of several baselayers, but you'll need a much heavier jacket for those kind of temperatures.
So would you advice of The North Face Greenland Down Jacket - Girls??? I saw that one also on the site and it seemed right.