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Carhartt Girl's Quilted Taffeta-Lined Boone Jacket

Item # 731066
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Key Features

  • Water-repellent shell beads snow and rain

  • Lined with contrast quilted taffeta body

  • Triple-stitched main seams for added durability

  • 100% Cotton Microsanded Canvas shell

  • 100% Polyester Quilted Taffeta lining

Our Price   $69.99

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Product Description
carhartt Rugged and rough for all-day work or play, the Carhartt Boone hooded jacket is designed to keep your young lady warm, dry, and clean. Rugged, water-repellent shell beads snow and rain to keep kids dry and has a soil release finish to resist stains. Lined with contrast quilted taffeta body and sleeves for warmth and comfort. Microsanded finish provides a soft hand. Extended zip through neck closure and external storm flap with hidden snap and zipper block out cold. Triple-stitched main seams for added durability. Hood has extended visor. Princess seams with contrast piping and weather shielding drop tail hem for a flattering fit. Internal pocket with nametag label for extra storage. Carhartt woven brandmark label below pocket. 100% Cotton Microsanded Canvas shell with 100% Polyester Quilted Taffeta lining. 100% Cotton 1x1 Rib trim.

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