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KELSON Boys Waterproof Jacket
- Waterproof: 3000mm
- Windproof: Yes
- Taped Seams: Yes
- Boys' waterproof jacket
- Detachable hood
- 3 Zip pockets
- Elasticated cuffs
- Two colours: navy, blue
Fabric Care and Composition
|Shell||100% Polyester Pongee|
|Take care of your jacket by shopping our range of Cleaning & Waterproofing products|
From walking and camping to hiking and casual use, the Kelson boys’ waterproof jacket will be invaluable for when dreary weather strikes. The design of this boys' jacket benefits from a waterproof outer which has been coated using our Tres-shield technology, meaning it can effectively repel moisture and rain water so your little one doesn’t become wet and feel weighed down as long as he's wearing his jacket.
The taped seams also help to ward away moisture by preventing it from sneaking through the stitching of the jacket, giving your child an additional barrier against moisture. The 3 zip pockets mean there is loads of space for all their must-have items including their bus pass, money and gloves. With an adjustable zip off, the style of the jacket can easily be adapted to the weather and the activity whilst the adjustable tabs at the cuffs can be tightened to create a better fit or loosened to make room for additional layers.
The jacket has contrasting zips and a logo that stand out against the block colour of the body and makes for an eye catching effect, adding to the aesthetics and appeal of the jacket. Add on a pair of wellies and a rucksack a practical and reliable outdoor outfit and in winter you can layer up with a hoodie underneath.
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