Patagonia Micro D Bottom - Toddler Boys'

Patagonia Micro D Bottom - Toddler Boys'
Patagonia Micro D Bottom - Toddler Boys'
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Micro D Bottom - Toddler Boys' by Patagonia
You can pack light for the family ski trip when you're packing the Patagonia Toddler Boys' Micro D Bottom. Your active tot is ready for his first ski lessons when he's wearing this soft, breathable bottom under his snow pants; when they day is over, he can romp around the condo in this fun striped pant, and then collapse into bed (hopefully without a meltdown) still wearing them. The next morning, simply repeat.

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SKU: PAT2959
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