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Helly Hansen K Shelter 2010

£70.00

The Helly Hansen K Shelter has two extremely large panels of reflective material on the sleeves, which makes this jacket extremely easy to see at night. The jacket also has a removable hood that is attached with press studs. It is also notable that the cuffs and hem of the jacket are reinforced so they should last a lot longer ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Marmot Precip 2010

£50.00

It is the low weight and small packed size of the Marmot Precip that set it apart from most jackets, and this is ideal if the parents end up carrying it. The material is a good-quality fabric with a high level of waterproofness and breathability so it’s going to keep the wearer dry and comfortable for longer than most. There ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Patagonia Kids Snow Patrol 2009

£130.00

As the name suggests the Patagonia Kids Snow Patrol jacket is designed for cold winter days when snow is a likely occurrence. It is insulated with recycled polyester and feels very warm. The waterproof material is also made from recycled material and is seam-sealed so it will keep both the wet and cold at bay. Draughts are locked out by ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 2
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Tog 24 Deluge 2009

£60.00

The Deluge is a new children’s jacket from Tog 24 that boasts plenty of great features to keep children dry in the outdoors. The material is waterproof and breathable, and it benefits from reflective piping on the front and back to make walks in the dark safer. The main front zip gets an external stormflap to keep the worst of ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Marmot Precip 2009

£50.00

The Marmot Precip is a hugely popular lightweight jacket for kids. That tiny weight and packed size mean that parents can easily stash it into their rucksack when the sun is shining but rain is possible. The material is a good-quality fabric with a high level of waterproofness and breathability. There is no loose mesh inside, which could be seen ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Tog 24 Baku 2008

£55.00

A Tricot mesh lining adds a little warmth to the Tog 24 Baku kids’ jacket, and the main zip gets a double stormflap to keep the rain out. Velcro-adjustable cuffs and a hem drawcord keep the wind out too. Small pit zips add a little extra venting and there are loads of pockets. The hood is removable and has a ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 1
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Berghaus Altitude

£60.00

This waterproof jacket has had great reviews since its launch in 2006. The Altitude is well-featured, and it looks and feels like an adult’s jacket. So you get a good, robust fabric with a mesh lining for added comfort. The zips are all protected by stormflaps to keep the rain out. The hood rolls into the collar and when opened ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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The North Face Resolve

£50.00

This waterproof jacket is made from a quality fabric that’s rated as extremely waterproof, which means it should stay waterproof for longer. The fabric is two-layer, so you get a mesh lining, which adds to the comfort and feel of the jacket. A nice touch is the brushed polyester that lines the collar, adding valuable comfort. Two zipped pockets are ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 2
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