Unique Kids Clothes; One Kid Reversible Outerwear - Estella

Unique Kids Clothes; One Kid Reversible Outerwear

September 26, 2008

one kid down vest reversibleI think it’s a safe bet to say that we all enjoy having a choice. With One Kid’s Unique Kids Clothing, choice is as important as warmth, comfort and aesthetic appeal. Kids can choose which color they prefer to wear that day simply by reversing their vest or coat. The down filling retains much coveted warmth while the polyester shell resists moisture and staining, making this One Kid reversible vest ideal for the active kid who won’t let chilly weather keep him in. The One Kid outerwear collection features varieties of styles and colors to please even the pickiest kids. We saved the best for last; One Kid outerwear is all machine washable and dryer-safe – an absolute must-have this winter!






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