Layer it up or wear it on its own.
From snowy romps around the park to cool days on the ski hill, the Patagonia Girls' Down Sweater provides your growing gal with the same dependable warmth that the adult-sized Down Sweater offers you. Packed full of 600-fill traceable down, this full-zip jacket is designed to assure ample and adaptive warmth, even when the temperatures are more cool than comfortable. And since the down insulation is a part of Patagonia's traceable down initiative, this means that the insulation never comes from animals that are live-plucked or force-fed. Meanwhile, the polyester ripstop fabric is durable enough to handle her rough-and-tumble play with her furry, four-legged friends, and it repels snow so she won't be soaking wet when she comes in for hot cocoa at the end of the day.
- A cool weather staple for your growing gal
- Traceable down fill is lightweight and insulating
- DWR-treated fabric fends off wind and light precipitation
- Zippered hand pockets offer cozy respite
- Drawcord hem helps seal out cold drafts
- Fabrics are bluesign approved
- Item #PAT025R
- Q & A
Great lightweight and warm jacket
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 3'7"
- Weight: 44lbs
My kids each have one of these jackets and they are always their first pick when they're leaving the house. I don't think that they're overly puffy at all. They're pretty slim, fits great in lockers, keep the kids warm down to about 15-20 degrees in the snow. We travel with these and they're super easy to throw into carry on bags or suitcases. Cuffs on the sleeves aren't too tight. We have the midnight color with pink trim and it looks great after a ton of wear. We will be buying more of these in the future, as the kids grow!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
It’s a bit puffier than expected, but my 11 year old loves it...warm but not too hot.
I ordered this jacket but we live in Minnesota and it gets -20 or more. I ordered it for my daughter and want her to be warm each day at school. Should I continue with this jacket or is there another one that would be warmer? it seems kind of thin. I have gotten puffy north face ones and marmot ones before but my daughter likes the color blue and this one she liked!