Friday, January 8, 2010

Girls' Down Coat: Patagonia

By Bianca Schulze, The Children's Clothing Review
Published: January 8, 2010

Images courtesy of Patagonia.

Girls' Down Coat

why I love it ...
It's very stylish (a contoured fit) and very warm (windproof) and very comfortable (goose down)—the pockets are even lined with fleece. The hood is fabulous and I also like the 2-way zipper, both are handy to have. Note: it's a sturdy zip but can be tough to get started for little fingers. Patagonia says, " ... it has a windproof, tear- and water-resistant 2.3-oz 100% all-recycled polyester shell with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish." As for the color, I like the black because it doesn't show up the dirt, but there are two other really fun colors to choose from. This is a fantastic winter coat that will go over anything, anywhere you want to go.

where did I see it?
In the Patagonia store in San Francisco.

fabric & care
  • Nylon shell.
  • Quilted high-loft 600-fill goose down.
  • Fleece pockets.
  • Machine washable.
XXS to XL (3-4 to 14)

regular price

where you can find it ...
Our affiliate store*
Online @ Patagonia
Store locator

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