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2004 Winter Coat Showdown

Winter is almost upon us and that means you're going to have to bundle up in something a little warmer than that poncho you've been living in. Don't worry - Kidzworld's got a ton of great 2004 winter coat styles for you to check out. Vote on your favorite designs of the season and let us know what you think is going to be the hottest style this winter!

 

2004 Winter Coat Styles - Dressin' It Up

Looking for a fancy coat this winter? Check these styles out!
2004 Fancy Winter Coats - Click Above to Vote!
  • Those coats not really your style? Then check out these sporty duds and cast your vote!

2004 Winter Coat Styles - Sporty and Funky

Lookin' for a sporty winter coat? Check these styles out!
2004 Sporty Winter Coats - Click Above to Vote!
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  • Puffy jackets.
  • Bomber jackets.
  • Anything with fleece.

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