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Topic - Jack Rogers
Among the great spectacles of winter, along with the northern lights and frozen lakes, are coatless children. No coat, no gloves? No prob.
He added: "Short of real and present danger of your teens getting frostbite, let them deal with being cold to be cool."
In a telephone interview, Jack explained his reasons for dressing light in winter: "Coats are just a hassle, putting it all on.