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Reversible, warm, and well-protected against the winter weather.

The North Face Toddler Girls' Moondoggy Reversible Down Jacket keeps your little lady well-equipped against the winter weather. One side has a durable nylon taffeta shell that handles all the wear-and-tear situations that toddlers tend to cause. The other side has a quilted polyester face that's plush and comfortable. And both sides have a DWR coating to resist light rainshowers and spilled water bottles. The North Face stuffed its Moondoggy with 550-fill down insulation to warm her little body on the way to Grandma's house for dinner. Either side has hand pockets to keep her tiny mitts warm from the frigid weather.

  • DWR treatment on both sides
  • 550-fill down insulation
  • Elastic binding at cuffs, hood, and hem
  • Welt zip hand pockets on solid side, welt hand pockets on plaid

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Hi! Does this jacket have any type of water...

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Hi! Does this jacket have any type of water resistance? Thanks.

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"...both sides have a DWR coating to resist light rainshowers and spilled water bottles." DWR is a "durable water repellent" treatment. This means that your little one should be dry and toasty getting from the car into school in a light shower or playing in the snow. DWR tends to be pretty good, so to get any more water resistance, you would have to look at rain jackets.

DWR helps the fabric to resist water soaking into and through the fabric, so it should even offer some protection from spilled milk. Now she really doesn't have anything to cry over... :)