Patagonia Toddler Girls Fuzzy Lop Hoodie

Patagonia Toddler Girl's Fuzzy Lop Hoodie


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Cuddly warmth is what the Patagonia® Toddler Girl's Fuzzy Lop Hoodie is all about. Made from 8.7-oz 100% polyester (40% recycled) fabric, the jacket has a flat face and plush-pile back for low-bulk warmth and softness. The 3-panel hood provides a cozy fit. Kissing-welt zipper cover at neck protects against chin chafe.

  • Smooth, face-printed fleece with 40% recycled polyester has plush pile back that provides low-bulk warmth
  • Three-panel hood provides a cozy fit
  • Turned-over fabric for fun contrast at hood, sleeve openings, pockets and hem
  • Kissing-welt zipper cover at neck protects from chin chafe
  • Drop-in pockets
  • Hand-me-down ID label
  • Fair Trade Certified™ sewing

Product Features:

Fabric 8.7-oz 100% polyester (40% recycled) with a flat face and plush-pile back
Weight 224g (7.9 oz)

Style Number: 61170

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Initially founded as a supplier of climbing hardware, the Patagonia® label has grown to include performance baselayers, footwear, PFDs, and a full line of clothing including boxers and briefs, sweaters, pants, and shorts.

In the process of churning out high-quality performance gear, Patagonia has, over the years, taken steps to ensure their company is environmentally responsible.  Their catalogs are constructed of recycled paper, their employees dedicate their time and services to environmentally-conscious programs, and the company donates 1% of its yearly sales (or 10% of its profits, whichever is greater) to small groups working to save or restore habitat. Since 1996 all cotton used in their clothing is organic - free from toxic pesticides - and they recently launched their "Common Threads Garment Recycling Program," through which customers can return some of their worn-out products to them for recycling. 

Patagonia - a company whose mission is to: Build the best product, do no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.