Get ready to never freeze with this new Baby Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody made by Patagonia!
It is Patagonia’s warmest down jacket for our little ones, and it has an updated fit, perfect for layering as well, that works for just about everyone. Protecting against the cold reliably, the insulation is made of 700-fill-power recycled duck and goose down. It is kept in place thanks to the quilt-construction.
The coat contains a three-panel hood with another quilt-construction and an elastane binding that guarantees a secure fit. The full-length zipper is accompanied by a wind flap and thanks to the zipper garage your little one will never pinch their chin painfully ever again!
Additionally, there are smocked internal elastic cuffs to keep out drafts. To keep your sunshine’s hands extra warm, Patagonia integrated two zippered handwarmer pockets with flat drawcord pulls.
The shell fabric is made of NetPlus® 100% postconsumer recycled nylon ripstop made from recycled fishing nets to help reduce ocean plastic pollution. It has a PFC-free DWR finish (durable water repellent coating that does not contain perfluorinated chemicals) to resist light moisture.
To make this product sustainable, Patagonia used recycled nylon, polyester, down and fishing nets. They also integrated elastane, an elastic and fast-drying material. The jacket is PFC-free and made in LA, Japan and Bangladesh.
- Recycled fishing nets, nylon, down, polyester & PFC-free
- Made in LA, Japan and Bangladesh
- This product usually ships within 48 hours from the EU
Baby Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody— by Patagonia has out of 3 sustainability stars. Like all products on BOAS, this product is climate positive and it has at least one independent sustainability label. Read more about the ratings on our sustainability criteria page.
Patagonia — a world famous brand that everyone knows. Not only do they produce high-quality, beautiful and active wear. They also committed themselves to use their influence to fight global issues we face today. From taxing themselves 1% of their profit and giving it to the planet to funding activist groups, they are taking sustainable action to make the world a better place.
But they do not only use the money they make, they also live up to their sustainability and morality standards when it comes to the production and consumption of their clothing. They commit themselves to not wasting resources like water and fabric. They promote second-hand shopping and responsible consumption. And they openly show and promote their social responsibility plans and current figures when it comes to the impact of their products.
Obviously, this philosophy matches ours very well and as they also offer responsible, adorable and long-lasting baby and kids products, we figured it is a perfect match!