Patagonia Kid's Retro-X Jacket
When you're knee-high to a grasshopper and the wind kicks up on Jenny Lake, you get cold fast - that's when Patagonia's Kids' Retro-X Jacket comes in handy. It's made of thick, soft quarter-inch recycled (78%) polyester fleece on the exterior; a new nylon windproof lining provides chill-stopping protection during airy weather. Y-Jointsleeves ensure complete tree-climbing mobility. Durable Supplex nylon on the collar and vertical chest pocket adds strength and a clean, contrasting finish. Spandex binding on the cuffs and waist provides stretchy resilience to hold everything in place. Other details: zippered handwarmer pockets lined with moisture-wicking polyester mesh, a zip front (with a reflective zipper pull) backed by a wind flap and a hand-me-down ID label inside. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.
- Fabric: Fleece: 100% polyester (78% recycled) 1/4"-pile. Lining: 2-oz 100% nylon. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program
- Quarter-inch pile exterior is soft and buffering and the nylon lining interior provides wind protection
- Stand-up collar with roll-out fleece lining adds neck warmth and prevents chin chafe; Y-Jointsleeves
- Vertical, zippered Supplex® chest pocket
- Zippered handwarmer pockets lined with moisture-wicking brushed polyester mesh
- Hand-me-down ID label inside
- Reflective zipper pulls on pockets
- Weight: 391 g (13.8 oz)
Purchase the Patagonia Retro-X Jacket for Kids from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- April 14 2010
My twelve year old son will wear this jacket!!
Live on the Oregon Coast with a very cool climate, rain and wind are quite common. My son is able to be active without it being cumbersome, and it will still keep him warm while being wet. He loves the style to boot as well.
- March 30 2010
This jacket is splendid and very warm! I recommend.
Jane Hjorth, Denmark
- April 11 2009
My son just loves this jacket. It is comfortable, and it blocks the wind completely, even when riding his bike. He used it in temperatures as low as 40 F, and that was fine.