Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat
Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat
Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat
Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat
Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat
Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat

Blade & Rose Colour-Changing Raincoat

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Practical & fun this 100% recycled coat will keep your little one dry

Size:2-3 Years
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Adorable children's raincoat from Blade & Rose Highland Cow collection.

This cheery red coat with a cheeky Highland Cow all over it is a must for any little explorer. Practical and fun this coat will keep your little one dry on even the rainiest of days, plus the colour change feature is sure to be a hit with all their friends. With lots of useful features like reflective strips and a dipped hem to keep bottoms dry. This raincoat is also part of the recycled range so it not only looks good but it does good too. 

Age: 2-3 & 3-4 years

Size chart:

Unit CM 2-3 Years 3-4 Years
Front Length 45cm 47cm
1/2 Chest Width  37cm 38.5cm
Sleeve Length 34.5cm 36.5cm
1/2 Cuff (relaxed) 7.75cm 7.75cm
Length difference between front & Back Hem 4cm 4cm

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