The first day of school is coming right up, and there's no better way to have her prepared and ready to go than with the Reversible Down Hooded Sweater. No need for multiple jackets as this one compliments any mood or outfit with it's reversible properties. Find print on one side for spunky days and solid color on the other to pair easily with her favorite bottoms.
As both sides are treated with DWR, snow and rain will brush right off keeping her dry and comfortable on winter adventures off or on the playground. For the extra chilly days, 600 fill-power recycled down keeps her warm and toasty while a 3-panel hood with spandex binding stays put even when she's swinging on the monkey bars. The durable ripstop face fabric holds up to sticks and woodchips so she can play as hard as she wants without having to worry about tearing her jacket.
- Multifunctional warmth for winter adventures or chilly school days
- Face fabrics treated with DWR to keep dry when snow falls
- Durable ripstop fabric holds up to sticks and woodchips
- Reversible design to suit any mood any day
- Patagonia's commitment to environmental sustainability is evident in their eco-conscious materials and designs
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
I bought this for my sister who is 10. She's pretty small for her age, but she usually wears a 9-10 or a small in kids sizing. Although that would put her at a M for the sizing chart we went for a small anyway and the fit is good. It's warm and also nice that it's reversible.
What’s the difference between the Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater and this jacket? Is the other warmer?
Great Question, Teton Mom!
These two girls' down jackets have quite a few similarities so it can be hard to see what the difference is. First, I'll go over what they have in common: Both jackets are made with a recycled polyester with mini-rip stop. They are both water resistant and windproof. They are both filled with 600 fill ethically sourced duck down. Then the hood on both is three paneled for added comfort, and both hood and cuffs are equipped with spandex to keep the chill from seeping in.
The different between the two is that the Hi-Loft Down Sweater - Girls' is going to be a more ultralight jacket. It is not reversible like the Reversible Down Hooded Sweater - Girls'. The Reversible Down Hooded Sweater has a few more fixings to make it a versatile winter coat. Both sides, inside and out, are treated with DWR for water resistance, where as the Hi-Loft only had DWR on the outside. Then the zippers on the pockets of the Reversible Down Hooded Sweater are woven with a reflective tape so that they shine when light hits them in the dark, and the back has a drop trail for added coverage when ice-skating knocks her down. The last difference is the pockets. Both have two zippered front pockets but the Reversible Down also comes with two on-seam pockets in the front for added storage.
I hope you found this helpful!