Haglofs Niva Insulated Pant - Boys'

Haglofs Niva Insulated Pant - Boys'
Haglofs Niva Insulated Pant - Boys'
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Niva Insulated Pant - Boys' by Haglofs
Make sure your little guy has the gear he needs to ski in harsh winter conditions with the Niva Insulated Pants. Insulated and waterproof, they're perfect for cold and snowy days on his favorite slopes.

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SKU: HAG00P1
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