Sporting Life Canada: Up to 50% Off Kid's North Face Jackets

5 February 2013

Get ready for next winter now and get 50% off a kid's North Face jacket at Sporting Life Canada.

You know most kids are going to go up one size, max, by next winter. Some kids may grow faster, but I know with my kids they are either right on the size for their age (i.e., size 7 for age 7) or they are a little below it, so they grow into the coat eventually. I have three kids so I need to be frugal with my clothes buying habits, but luckily for me, they are all boys and I can hand most of the stuff down (for now anyway). I love to buy bathing suits in October and winter coats in February for the simple fact that I can get them cheap, on sale.

North Face is a great name in winter clothing for adults and kids. I know I want my kids to be warm considering they spend so much time outside in the winter. One of my sons is always freezing, even in the middle of summer, so I try to get the best and warmest coat I can find.

I love these Reversible Down Moondoggy Jackets. Available only in Canada (yes, keep it local!), and insulated with plush 550 fill down, this puffy coat is water repellent with elastic bindings at key areas to keep the warmth in. I love that it is reversible so it seems like your kid has two different coats (or if you don't have time to wash it when they get it super dirty, like you know they will). In black and green, this is an awesome coat for only $99.99, regularly $120.

This North Face boy's Mcmurdo Parka is 50% off. Known as a "very warm jacket", it is 3/4 length, waterproof and breathable with a detachable faux fur hood. Get it for only $139.99, regularly $280.

I absolutely love this Girls' Reversible Perseus Jacket. In pink or black, this winter jacket has a durable nylon taffeta exterior that is waterproof, or reverses to a luxe Sherpa fleece, which is cozy on the inside or outside. Only $59.99, regularly $120.

Shipping starts at $10.

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TOPICS:   Toys   Clothing   Sporting life   Jackets

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