Jupa Diego Ski Suit (Toddler Boys')
The Jupa Diego Ski Suit makes all the crazy things kids do in the snow ok. This 2-piece suit is warm, waterproof, and packed with plenty of pockets that stow the snacks and candy that get him through the day. Both the jacket and the pants have extendable cuffs so you can get an extra year's wear out of your purchase.
- 5K Waterproof/ 5K Breathable
- 170g body/ 140g sleeve/ 70g collar/ 50g hood Thermadux insulation
- Critical seam tape prevents seepage at exposed seams
- Removable balaclava for the really cold days
- Extendable sleeves and pant cuffs for extra long wear
- Removable hood for weather protection
- Tons of pockets store gear
- Boot gaiters keep snow out of boots
- Reinforced knees and seat for durability
Questions and Answers
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"Is the jacket adjustable for growth as well, or just the bottoms?"
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Question by Davina O'Sullivan on 10/31/2010 - 12:22 pm
"Yes, the sleeves have an 1 1/2" extendable cuff."
Answer by harriet (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/1/2010 - 10:45 am
"M Grandson is 4 years but he quite big for his age - would a size 5 be too large?"
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Question by Sharon on 12/6/2010 - 11:00 pm
"I would love to help you but I have no way of knowing your grandson's size! Ask one of his parents if you can have his measurements! Then use the sizing chart we have provided to get the perfect fit!"
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/7/2010 - 9:22 am
"We bought a Jupa ski coat and pants for our preschool-age son to ski in last year. We love it! He has grown in height so I will be extending the pants and coat arms for this year, but he says the wrists are too tight. Is there a way to ease the tension in the elastic in the wrists?"
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Question by becky on 11/1/2011 - 10:41 pm
"There is not a way to make the wrist wider. However, when you extend the jacket, the jacket will move down to the small of the wrist. Right now, it may be on the shorter side and is more toward his forearm. You do not want the wist to be too loose because that will allow for snow and wind to enter."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/2/2011 - 10:58 am
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