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Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hooded Jacket - Infant Girls'

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    When it's frigid, go for superlative warmth.

    The Patagonia Infant Girls' Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hooded Jacket is the warmest, coziest they make for babies, and that means it's up to the task of fighting off frigid winter weather for your precious little lady. Arm your tiny one with its durable, wind-resistant polyester shell with Deluge DWR finish, which lasts and lasts to keep her dry, protected, and comfy. Stuffed with plentiful 600-fill power goose down, this hoodie keeps the warmth lofty and secure for efficient insulation without the weight or bulk.

    When the cold feels relentless, pull on the insulated hood to keep her head warm and zip up the jacket nice and snug so the chill doesn't sneak in. And if her fingers need some cozying, put them in the sweet zippered hand pockets.

    • Polyester fabric
    • 600-fill down
    • DWR
    • Full-length zipper
    • Zippered handwarmer pockets
    • Hand-me-down ID label
    • Item #PAT00ET

    Tech Specs

    [shell] 1.4oz 20D polyester ripstop, [lining] 2.2oz polyester, DWR
    600-fill down
    2 zippered handwarmer
    yes, fixed
    Claimed Weight
    8.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    snowball fights, casual
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    Great overall jacket - runs big

      Overall, we love our Patagonia infant high loft jacket. It's warm, has the quality that you'd expect from Patagonia, but the 3-6 month runs big. We have a small 7 month old and it's still too big. Probably better to go to big in infant sizes than too small though.