Girls' 3-in-1 Stormer Coat

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  • Girl 1187
  • Little Girl 1186
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    (US: S) S
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    (US: M) M
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    (US: L) L

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Main features
  • 3-in-1 girls' coat
  • Water- and wind-resistant shell is insulated
  • Zip-out, star patterned, mid-weight fleece liner can be worn as a jacket
  • Attached hood has elastic sides
  • Full zip front with two zip pockets
  • Snow Guard adjustable cuffs with rip-grip fasteners keep cold and snow out
  • Thumb loops on fleece liner for extra warmth
  • Drawcord hem has adjustor in pocket for safety
  • Encased elastic at back waist
  • 100% polyester
  • Machine wash
  • Temperature rating: WARMER Learn more
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Not one, not two... three coats in one!
In terms of great value, this girls' winter coat wins hands down! It will see her through autumn, into winter and even spring thanks to its 3 ways to wear. The water-and wind-resistant insulated shell and soft fleece liner can be worn on their own. Or zip them both together for the ultimate in weather protection. She'll love the pretty colours and star patterns too - the fleece liner has a star pattern to it and there is also star print detail on the cuffs and by the pockets of the outer shell.

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  • Q:

    is this suitable as an anorak? My granddaughter has a long winter coat (down to her knees), on account that she wears a lot of dresses, but she recently complained about the length, and for playgrounds an anorak length might be better (and safer...)
    Asked on 12/31/2017 by Peter from Berlin

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      A:

      This coat is water and wind resistant, rather than waterproof, but would otherwise be a good substitution for an anorak.

      Answered on 1/1/2018 by Tom from LandsEnd
  • Q:

    Hi would this coat be suitable for skiing? Thanks
    Asked on 12/29/2017 by Horsey mummy from Leeds West Yorkshire

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This coat is water and wind resistant and it has been tested to -5° Farenheit.

      Answered on 1/1/2018 by Tom from LandsEnd
  • Q:

    Hello
    Is this coat waterproof?

    thanks
    Asked on 8/28/2017 by DBr from undisclosed

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Thank you for your enquiry.
      This coat is water and wind resistant, not waterproof

      Answered on 9/4/2017 by Jane from Lands End
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