The North Face The North Face Nupste Hooded Down Jacket - Infant Boys'

You're never too young for the cozy, lofty warmth of a down puffy, so The North Face brings you the all-new Infant Boys' Nupste Hooded Down Jacket, with quilted 550-fill downy goodness. Its fixed hood is insulated, too, to keep your baby bo...y's head nice and warm. The asymmetrical front zip with chin guard makes dressing and undressing a cinch. And elastic binding at hood and cuffs and partial elastic at hem keep out the cold. You'll be glad to know this mini puffy's exterior and lining are made from 100% recycled polyester, so you'll have the tiniest tree-hugger in town. Read More

The North Face
$140.00 at REI

Whether it's cold and snowy or dry and mild, The North Face Vortex Triclimate Jacket for boys delivers waterproof, breathable prot...ection and a versatile, convertible 3-in-1 design. Read More

REI
The North Face
$140.00 at REI

Whether it's cold and snowy or dry and mild, The North Face Vortex Triclimate Jacket for boys delivers waterproof, breathable prot...ection and a versatile, convertible 3-in-1 design. Read More

REI
The North Face
$84.97 $169.95 at Backcountry.com

You want your boy to have a better life than you. When you were a kid, you had to wrap yourself in a blanket and a shower curtain ...when it stormed. Well, The North Face Boys' Storm Runner Triclimate Jacket is the ideal three-season, 3-in-1 jacket system to do right by your boy. He'll have an outer shell made with HyVent 2L, which is waterproof and breathable aterproof (which cannot be said of shower curtains), and blocks moisture even if he takes a spill on the ski hill or is bombarded with snowballs after school. The fixed hood, adjustable hook-and-loop wrist closures, drawcord system at hem, and the powder skirt ensure that the snow stays out when skiing. When the weather gets nasty and cold, your young skier can put on the liner jacket, which is zip-in and snap-in compatible, and the lightweight Heatseeker Aero insulation will keep him warm but not burdened by the heaviness. Either jacket (or both) works great off the hill as a school or play jacket, so he's set. Read More

The North Face
$104.96 $149.95 at Backcountry.com

The North Face Boys' Insulated Hex F-X Jacket keeps boys who play hard on the hill dry, warm, and comfy. This jacket is armed with... two-layer HyVent waterproof, breathable protection and filled with Heatseeker Aero insulation for non-bulky warmth. It's fully sealed for leakproof coverage and features a fixed hood for anytime head shelter. A powder skirt prevents snow from blowing up the back on a stormy day or a great wipeout, and a drawcord hem and adjustable cuffs seal out the cold and snow, too. Kids love to rock out to tunes when slaying the slopes, so this jacket has a handy internal media pocket; it even has a goggle cloth for a quick wipe-down. Read More

The North Face
$64.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether he's riding his bike through the woods on a cool October day or skiing his last run of the season in April, he'll be warm ...and cozy in The North Face Boys' Khumbu 2 Fleece Jacket. This soft fleece features stylish and comfortable raglan sleeves and zippered hand pockets. A stormflap on the front zipper keeps out snow and ice, and an ID label helps to keep him from losing it in the lodge on his class ski trip. When the weather turns nasty, zip or snap the Khumbu 2 into compatible TNF shells for extreme weather protection. Read More

The North Face
$38.46 $54.95 at Backcountry.com

When it rains, you envision mud, colds, and wet clothes, but when your little adventurer sees the rain, he just sees fun in his fu...ture. Let him have his fun and stay dry too in the Boys' Zipline Rain Jacket from The North Face. The high-tech HyVent layer blocks moisture and keeps him dry while the articulated hood protects his head and won't restrict his movement. Fully sealed seams mean water can't sneak in through the stitching, and elastic cuffs holds back wind and rain that might try to blow into his sleeves. Read More

The North Face
$64.32 $98.95 at Backcountry.com

If you have even a glimmer of hope that you can get your kid to put down the video-game controller and do something aerobic outsid...e, The Boys' North Face Apex Bionic Softshell might help. It has all the water-resistance and breathability of the grown-up Apex Bionic in a pint-sized package. Read More

The North Face
$118.95 at Backcountry.com

Make sure The North Face Boys' Denali Hooded Fleece Jacket is packed up on all his camping trips. This heavyweight fleece should r...est your worried mind when the temps drop lower than expected, and a DWR coating helps shed water to help keep him dry too. The North Face added abrasion-resistant Taslan reinforcements because we all know how kids like to play in the outdoors. Read More

The North Face
$44.97 $74.95 at Backcountry.com

Playing in the rain is all fun and games until your boy gets soaking wet and cold. Resolve that issue with The North Face Boys' Pr...inted Resolve Jacket. Its HyVent 2L shell has fully taped seams for protection against the wettest rainstorms. It's also highly breathable so he doesn't stifle with exhaustion when you two hike over wet trails. When the sun pokes out of the clouds, you can stow his hood in the collar so he gets some sunlight on his cheeks. And the elasticized cuffs keep the sleeves in place while he jumps in puddles. Read More

The North Face
$27.96 $39.95 at Backcountry.com

Your little camper probably won't melt if he gets wet, but he's smart enough to zip up his Boys' Altimont Hooded Jacket from The N...orth Face when a shower moves in during dinnertime. The jacket's nylon ripstop shell withstands underbrush abuse as he seeks out dry firewood, and when the rain starts, the shell's water-resistant coating keeps the drops out long enough to clean up camp and seek shelter in the tent. Read More

The North Face
$84.97 $169.95 at Backcountry.com

You want your boy to have a better life than you. When you were a kid, you had to wrap yourself in a blanket and a shower curtain ...when it stormed. Well, The North Face Boys' Storm Runner Triclimate Jacket is the ideal three-season, 3-in-1 jacket system to do right by your boy. He'll have an outer shell made with HyVent 2L, which is waterproof and breathable aterproof (which cannot be said of shower curtains), and blocks moisture even if he takes a spill on the ski hill or is bombarded with snowballs after school. The fixed hood, adjustable hook-and-loop wrist closures, drawcord system at hem, and the powder skirt ensure that the snow stays out when skiing. When the weather gets nasty and cold, your young skier can put on the liner jacket, which is zip-in and snap-in compatible, and the lightweight Heatseeker Aero insulation will keep him warm but not burdened by the heaviness. Either jacket (or both) works great off the hill as a school or play jacket, so he's set. Read More

The North Face
$104.96 $149.95 at Backcountry.com

The North Face Boys' Insulated Hex F-X Jacket keeps boys who play hard on the hill dry, warm, and comfy. This jacket is armed with... two-layer HyVent waterproof, breathable protection and filled with Heatseeker Aero insulation for non-bulky warmth. It's fully sealed for leakproof coverage and features a fixed hood for anytime head shelter. A powder skirt prevents snow from blowing up the back on a stormy day or a great wipeout, and a drawcord hem and adjustable cuffs seal out the cold and snow, too. Kids love to rock out to tunes when slaying the slopes, so this jacket has a handy internal media pocket; it even has a goggle cloth for a quick wipe-down. Read More

The North Face
$64.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether he's riding his bike through the woods on a cool October day or skiing his last run of the season in April, he'll be warm ...and cozy in The North Face Boys' Khumbu 2 Fleece Jacket. This soft fleece features stylish and comfortable raglan sleeves and zippered hand pockets. A stormflap on the front zipper keeps out snow and ice, and an ID label helps to keep him from losing it in the lodge on his class ski trip. When the weather turns nasty, zip or snap the Khumbu 2 into compatible TNF shells for extreme weather protection. Read More

The North Face
$38.46 $54.95 at Backcountry.com

When it rains, you envision mud, colds, and wet clothes, but when your little adventurer sees the rain, he just sees fun in his fu...ture. Let him have his fun and stay dry too in the Boys' Zipline Rain Jacket from The North Face. The high-tech HyVent layer blocks moisture and keeps him dry while the articulated hood protects his head and won't restrict his movement. Fully sealed seams mean water can't sneak in through the stitching, and elastic cuffs holds back wind and rain that might try to blow into his sleeves. Read More

The North Face
$64.32 $98.95 at Backcountry.com

If you have even a glimmer of hope that you can get your kid to put down the video-game controller and do something aerobic outsid...e, The Boys' North Face Apex Bionic Softshell might help. It has all the water-resistance and breathability of the grown-up Apex Bionic in a pint-sized package. Read More

The North Face
$118.95 at Backcountry.com

Make sure The North Face Boys' Denali Hooded Fleece Jacket is packed up on all his camping trips. This heavyweight fleece should r...est your worried mind when the temps drop lower than expected, and a DWR coating helps shed water to help keep him dry too. The North Face added abrasion-resistant Taslan reinforcements because we all know how kids like to play in the outdoors. Read More

Patagonia
$64.35 $99.00 at Backcountry.com

Your boy isn't going to let a little rainstorm stop him from making the most of his Saturday. Make sure he stays dry and protected... by zipping him up in the Patagonia Boy's Torrentshell Jacket. The H2No Performance Shell blocks the rain while the relaxed fit leaves plenty of room for warm layers underneath. Read More

Patagonia
$160.30 $229.00 at Backcountry.com

Instead of a different jacket for mild and cold winter weather, have him use the versatile Patagonia Boys' 3-in-1 Jacket. That way... he can wear both the liner and shell on super-cold mornings waiting for the ski or school bus, and when it gets too warm, he can simply zip out the insulated liner. Read More

The North Face
$44.97 $74.95 at Backcountry.com

Playing in the rain is all fun and games until your boy gets soaking wet and cold. Resolve that issue with The North Face Boys' Pr...inted Resolve Jacket. Its HyVent 2L shell has fully taped seams for protection against the wettest rainstorms. It's also highly breathable so he doesn't stifle with exhaustion when you two hike over wet trails. When the sun pokes out of the clouds, you can stow his hood in the collar so he gets some sunlight on his cheeks. And the elasticized cuffs keep the sleeves in place while he jumps in puddles. Read More

The North Face
$27.96 $39.95 at Backcountry.com

Your little camper probably won't melt if he gets wet, but he's smart enough to zip up his Boys' Altimont Hooded Jacket from The N...orth Face when a shower moves in during dinnertime. The jacket's nylon ripstop shell withstands underbrush abuse as he seeks out dry firewood, and when the rain starts, the shell's water-resistant coating keeps the drops out long enough to clean up camp and seek shelter in the tent. Read More

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