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Two different sides of this down-filled jacket to match the two different personalities of your little monster/prince.

Your little piece of earth may not have temps as bone-chattering as the moon, but for those times when winter sends blasts of total misery, zip up your boy in the The North Face Boys' Moondoggy Reversible Down Jacket. If he decides to make mud-coated snowballs for flinging at his sister and gets messy in the process, flip this jacket inside-out and he'll sport a clean slate when arriving at your in-laws for dinner.

The Moondoggy is stuffed with 550-fill down to keep your snow monkey warm. Down fibers interact to create a lattice-like network. Air becomes trapped within this grid and creates an invisible barrier, keeping your boy's hot (body) air in, and excluding cold external air. The quilted baffles go through the entire jacket, from plaid to plain, to prevent the insulation from shifting and settling in preferred locations. Even if your arctic adventurer is overly ambitious and traps himself in the snow leopard snares he set, the down stays in place so he doesn't suffer any cold spots.

Both sides of the Moondoggy are coated with DWR to help external moisture bead on the surface of the fabric. Just like your doggy, he can shake excess water off when it starts to flurry and he's not making any moves towards the house. When the forecast calls for a week of below-zero windchills, zip or snap in a compatible jacket for storm-proof protection. The hood fits over your son's favorite baseball hat or striped ski beanie, and hand pockets on both sides give him a place to warm his paws. Let him build a snow fort or try mushing with the pet poodle—he'll be outside and busy, and you'll get a few minutes to yourself without worrying about hypothermia.

  • Plain face: 40D nylon, DWR treatment
  • Plaid face: 45Dx50D nylon, polyester, DWR treatment
  • 550-fill down
  • Hood
  • Zip-in and snap-in compatible
  • Elastic binding on hood and cuffs
  • Pockets on both sides

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5 5

My son won't take it off

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This jacket has been a big hit with my 7 year old son. We have had a ridiculously cold winter so far and with minimal layering I have not heard one complaint of him being cold. The reversible style is great too. It's like he never wears the same jacket.

5 5

Great coat for my 13-year old.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Very warm for very cold weather (up to -20 so far) and wind, but still lightweight and comfortable in warmer weather (up to +32-40 so far). I like that the hood is attached permanently. My son uses the hood a lot, but if it was detachable it would be in the closet and not used. He is about 5'4" and 110 pounds and the XL (boys) fits him well, with room to spare for next year. Style and color are great (nautical blue). Do not put this coat in a very hot dryer.

5 5

The best jacket ever

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
  • Fit: Runs small

My grandson gave this review of his jacket, "the best jacket ever!". It ran a bit small and I had to exchange for the next larger size. However, your online staff were so incredible! Every person I have dealt with has been courteous and helpful. 5-Star service and merchandise.

5 5

My son is in heaven in this coat.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Very puffy and stylish. Super warm. Hoody is exactly the right size. He's used it in back country when stopping for lunch, and when sledding. I don't want him wearing it skiing because I'm afraid the outer nylon would rip too easily for that kind of abuse in trees, jumps, etc. It is too puffy to wear under a shell or outer layer probably, but it stuffs well in a stuff sack and packs.