Helly Hansen K Vertical Insulated Bib Pant - Toddler Boys'

Helly Hansen K Vertical Insulated Bib Pant - Toddler Boys'
Helly Hansen K Vertical Insulated Bib Pant - Toddler Boys'
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K Vertical Insulated Bib Pant - Toddler Boys' by Helly Hansen
The Helly Hansen Toddler Boys' Vertical Insulated Bib Pant provides the same protection as Helly's high-end, adult, ski jackets so he can stay comfy during his first season of really playing in the snow. Helly Tech Performance grants this bib pant reliable waterproofing for snowy play, and it's comfortably breathable so he can really play. Primaloft insulation adds welcoming warmth from the end of autumn to the start of spring, and the bib is built out of soft, warm fuzzy Polartec fleece for extra comfort in the cold.

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SKU: HYH00RQ
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