Boys' outerwear jackets protect your little one from the elements when he's outside, whether it's raining, snowing, windy, or just plain cold or freezing.
Styles of boys' outerwear jackets
Selecting boys' outerwear jackets for your son depends on the season and your typical climate. If your little guy is like most boys, he'll need light jackets, like windbreakers and raincoats for part of the year, and thicker coats, such as parkas, for other times that call for serious cold weather protection.
Windbreaker jackets protect your boy from strong breeze and wind with their thin, synthetic materials, usually consisting of nylon or polyester. These fabrics feature a design that resists the cold and chill of windy conditions. Those with hoods provide even more warmth for your young man.
Boys' raincoats typically feature thin, waterproof, and breathable fabrics, such as Gor-Tex. They have a design that blocks rain and moisture from getting through the material, yet the fabric still breaths, keep him from overheating and getting sticky while wearing the coat.
Many parkas are long, thick, and insulated jackets, designed for the coldest of months. They are waterproof and windproof, ideal for freezing and snowing days or trips to the mountain. These coats often have attached hoods that are removable, making them versatile.