Baby Down Sweater: Patagonia

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Highlights: 3 Season Ultralight & Compressible Down Jacket – Great for Layering

The Baby Down Sweater from Patagonia is a versatile 3 season ultralight jacket for babies and toddlers. The greatest thing about this piece is that it’s warm and durable but not bulky. Your child can really move in this thin breathable jacket. It’s extremely compressible which means that it takes up very little space in a diaper bag or backpack. The shell is made from 100% all-recycled polyester and is treated with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish for shedding wet weather. The jacket is insulated with high-loft, 600-fill-power premium European goose down.

Patagonia Baby Down Sweater in Fennel (below)

Patagonia Baby Down Sweater in Fennel

The full-length front zipper features a zipper garage to prevent chin chafe. It has a hand-me-down ID label inside which you’ll need because Patagonia gear doesn’t wear out. I love that there is no hood to get in the way of strapping baby into the carseat or stroller. Instead, use an adorable hat to go with this jacket. This wind and water resistant Baby Down Jacket works well for most fall, winter and early spring days and is easy to layer since it’s so thin and compressible. The Down Sweater also comes in children and adult sizes. Patagonia is a member and co-founder of 1% For The Planet, pledging 1% of sales to the preservation and restoration of the natural environment. To learn more about 1% For The Plant, visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org.

Baby Down Sweater in Pink Moon (below)

Patagonia Baby Down Sweater in Pink Moon


 

Baby Down Sweater in Prussian Blue (below)

Patagonia Baby Down Sweater in Prussian Blue

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Maria Plasterer lives in the Chicago Metropolitan area with her husband Paul and two children, Leah 5 and Alex 4. She hopes to share her perspective on well designed products, great services and other tips that can make life with small children a little easier and safer. Find Maria on Google+

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