Patagonia Snowbelle Insulated Pant - Girls'

Patagonia Snowbelle Insulated Pant - Girls'
Patagonia Snowbelle Insulated Pant - Girls'
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Snowbelle Insulated Pant - Girls' by Patagonia
There's no way you can keep your kids inside when school is cancelled for a snow day, so send your little miss out to play in the Patagonia Girls' Snowbelle Insulated Pants, with confidence that she'll stay dry and warm. A 2-layer H2No membrane creates a waterproof, breathable barrier to moisture, and a DWR coating helps keep water from seeping in. Lightweight synthetic insulation maintains its insulating properties even if it does somehow get damp, keeping her warm throughout all of her snow day adventures. Belt loops let you adjust the fit with a belt, and gaiters keep the snow from sneaking up her legs. A scuff guard on the inner ankle protects the pants from getting snagged by her boots or snowshoes, increasing durability.

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SKU: PAT025Q
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