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Columbia Boy’s Rainy Trails Fleece Lined Jacket, Waterproof & Breathable, Black, 2T: Sports & Outdoors. Columbia Boy’s Rainy Trails Fleece Lined Jacket, Waterproof & Breathable, Black, 2T: Sports & Outdoors. OMNI-TECH: This proprietary technology provides air-permeable protection that's waterproof and breathable, keeping mother nature's elements out, at the same time allowing the inside to breathe, keeping you dry and comfortable no matter the conditions. 。 Attached, adjustable hood 。 Micro fleece lined 。 Chin guard 。 Zippered hand pockets 。 A cozy collision of outdoor performance and uncompromising comfort, this youth jacket is as waterproof as a hardshell and as soft as a sweatshirt. It’s lined with warm micro fleece and is critically seam sealed, so sudden storms and winds are a non-issue. Finishing details include a chin guard, adjustable hood, and elastic cuffs to keep the elements out. Equipped with wet weather features, the Columbia Boy’s Rainy Trails Fleece Lined Jacket is a waterproof and breathable coat that includes an adjustable hood with a soft chin guard, t zippered hand pockets to keep important items secure and safe, while elastic cuffs that will keep him comfortably dry, while keeping the wet elements out.Columbia offers this rain jacket in multiple colors and sizes. Regular Fit. To ensure the size you choose is right, utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the sleeves, start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the sleeve. If you come up with a partial number, round up to the next even number. For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level. 。 。 。