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Playshoes 3-in-1 Waterproof Rain Jacket with Removable Fleece Ja

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This 3-in-1 waterproof rain jacket is for any season! It has a detachable fleece lining that can be worn as a separate jacket. Perfect for warmer and colder rainy days! The jacket has a covered zipper front closure, elastic wrist closures, and a detachable hood. It features silver reflector strips, and a tag for your child's name. The hood is lined with cotton/polyester. Worn over appropriate clothing, it provides great insulation and water protection from snow too. Manufactured in China for a German Company. Meets all European safety standards, as tested and certified by OEKO-TEX Standard 100. To make sure the rain jacket fits best, please take measurements of your child, adding extra room for ungarments and regular clothing underneath: 12-18 months (86) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 10", length (neck to hip): 17.5", length (chest to hip): 8.5", width (chest): 14.5" 18 months-2T (92) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 11", length (neck to hip): 18.5", length (chest to hip): 9.5", width (chest): 15.5" 2-3T (98) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 11.5", length (neck to hip): 19.5", length (chest to hip): 10.5", width (chest): 16.5" 3-4 years (104) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 12.5", length (neck to hip): 21", length (chest to hip): 12", width (chest): 17.5" 5-6 years (116) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 13.5", length (neck to hip): 22", length (chest to hip): 13", width (chest): 19" 7-8 years (128) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 15.5", length (neck to hip): 23", length (chest to hip): 13.5", width (chest): 20.5" 9-10 years (140) - sleeve length (armpit to wrist): 17", length (neck to hip): 24", length (chest to hip): 14", width (chest): 21.5"

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