URBAN REPUBLIC Faux Fur Multi-Pocket Girls’ Coat
Last updated: November 17, 2021
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We looked at the top Girls' Coats and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Girls' Coat you should buy.
This heavyweight parka doesn’t mess around when it comes to providing warmth and water resistance. It has a full faux fur lining, and quality construction that will hold up to the elements.
In our analysis, the URBAN REPUBLIC Faux Fur Multi-Pocket Girls' Coat placed 9th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Don’t let the weather get you down, the URBAN REPUBLIC girl’s faux fur lined anorak hooded jacket will bring a little sunshine to a rainy day. Our faux fur lined and heavyweight waterproof jacket will keep your little girl warm and dry on the way to work, school or out running errands. Stylish Design, with 4 front flap pockets, zipper closure and fashionable button outer closure, she will look good while staying dry. Warm and Dry, this jacket is long sleeved, fully lined and waterproof, perfect for going out in the winter weather. Durable Material you can count on when you need it, quality constructed and built to withstand whatever mother nature throws your way. Multiple Colors available, so you can pick the one that matches perfectly with your style and wardrobe. Convenient Hood, don’t worry if you forgot the umbrella, we have you covered! Please Reference the Variations for All Available Sizes & Colors!
Girls' Coat Rankings
When buying girl’s coats, the weather will dictate your purchase decisions. When the weather is 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit, a lighter winter jacket is usually fine. If it is 30 to 40 degrees outside, a winter jacket, hat and gloves are probably necessary. Even colder temperatures and snow require heavily insulated jackets or snow pants, plus a hat, gloves, scarf and boots.
Heavier jackets should be fully lined, but winter wear should also allow children to move around comfortably. Being bundled up too tightly can restrict movement, especially for toddlers and younger children.
As such, the fit of a coat should be snug but not too tight. You want enough room for bulky sweaters or for layers that can be removed if she starts to overheat. Longer jackets that cover the backside will provide added warmth, as will materials like fleece, down and cotton.
- Toddlers and little girls do well with zippers and snaps, and this can also make bathroom visits and diaper changes easier.
- Try to avoid coats with hanging strings or ribbons, as they can catch on things and become choking hazards.
- If your child is in a car seat, take their winter jacket off before putting them in your vehicle. Jackets can compress during accidents, which can create dangerous space under the harness. You can put a blanket on her instead.
- If she is old enough, your child can help you with the coat-shopping process. Do the heavy work first by narrowing choices down to three to five jackets, then let her make the final decision.