- 3-Point interchange system
- Rain protector, chin guard
- Zippered hand pockets
- Elastic cuffs
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The rain jackets has two outer pockets and two inner mesh pockets to keep flashlights or anything small you might need on a hike or walking trail. The inside soft jacket also has two pockets on the outside and two on the inside so there is definitely plenty of space for important things.
I really like there is a spot for names to be written on the jackets. We homeschool but if these were taken to public school this would be very useful. Or if you have multiple kids of the same size and have the same color of jackets the labels would also be pretty helpful.
Over all I highly recommend!
The Columbia Kid's Glennaker Interchange jacket is one awesome combo-outerwear~! The thin black outer jacket is water-resistant, very light, and very practical with four huge pockets - two on the outside and two on the inside. They can fit lots of stuff for sure. It's too thin for the cold weather but perfect for the mildly cool and breezy days during the spring, summer, and fall. With a hoodie for your head, you're covered when it rains.
The semi-thick, super soft fleece jacket with MTR (maximum thermal retention) filament also comes with four total pockets and it's perfect for the colder weather that the thin jacket can't handle.
Both jackets come with an inner cloth tag for writing one's name and other info so the jackets won't get mixed up with others'. And when these two jackets are combined and worn together, you'll be well-protected from all cold-weather elements except for snow. Speaking of combination, the two jackets can be "joined" to each other by what Columbia refers to as the "3-point interchange system." By using loop cloth strips with buttons, the inner fleece connects to the outer jacket at three locations - behind-the-neck area, the left wrist area, and the right wrist area (see my pictures). This makes it easier to put on both the fleece and the outer jacket in one go rather than putting on one after the other. I think this is a brilliant and convenient design, especially for kids.
With quality fabrics, construction, attention to detail, and excellent fit-and-finish, the Glennaker Interchange combo outerwear is a fantastic addition for your kid's wardrobe for both increment and normal weather. It's a win~!
-Good fit, comfortable, and stretchy enough for easy movements.
-Quality fabric, stitching, and fit-and-finish.
-Nice combo package - waterproof outer & warm and soft inner.
-The inner fleece is spill-resistant and very light (250 g).
-Both the outer jacket & inner fleece have 4 pockets - two outside and two inside.
-Both the jacket & the fleece have inner cloth tags for writing your name or other info on it.
-The outer jacket can be used as a light spring or summer jacket.
-The fleece jacket is good for cool and colder weather.
-3-Point interchange system for secure fitment between jacket & fleece (behind the neck and on the wrists).
-Pricey (although it's quality).
The top black layer is great quality. It is light weight and rain proof! Perfect to wear in Spring while raining or during Fall when cool and you just need something light. It has a hood (although not adjustable at all) to put up as well. It has inner pockets to put items inside your jacket as well as outer pockets.
The inner light grey fleece is everything you want in a fleece! So soft and has a high neck that can zip all the way up. It is thick enough to keep you warm on cool days. My daughter did not want to take it off!
The major design flaw of this jacket comes when you go to combine them. While it does have snaps at the neck and each sleeve to hold it in place, that is the only way the jackets connect! I've had other 3 in 1 jackets that the inner layer zips to the outer layer but this has nothing like that. If you want to wear both layers, you have to zip and unzip each individually. There is also nothing holding the bottom of the fleece down in the jacket so I know it will ride up with my active child!!!
We will likely rarely use the 2 together because of the double zipping; however, we will most definitely get a lot of use out of this jacket as 2 individual pieces! They are still great Colombia quality!