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Nike Full-Zip Fleece Hoodie, Little Girls

Product description

Update her collection of warm layers with this must-have hoodie from Nike, designed with a playful pop of whimsy. Fleece lined Split-front kangaroo pocket Full-zip closure Attached hood lined with graphic-print jersey; ribbed at cuffs and hem; logo at left chest Cotton/polyester Machine washable Imported

Nike Full-Zip Fleece Hoodie, Little Girls

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