Burton Sweetart Bib Pant

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Burton's Sweetart Bib Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Burton makes sure that its kids' snow clothes will last through more than one season. With a fit that gives room to grow and adjustable shoulder straps, the Girls' MiniShred Sweetart Bib grows along with your little shredder. And she'll want to keep wearing this comfortable bib thanks to the roomy fit, a Lycra stretch patch at the back, and articulated knees that allow for great freedom of movement. The DryRide Durashell layer with a DWR finish will keep her nice and dry while midweight insulation keeps her warm when she's out playing in the snow. Leg lifts keep her pants from getting scuffed when you're putting on or removing her boots. Whether making snow angels or stooping down the mountain, she'll want to wear this bib again and again, year after year.

- Backcountry.com

With the Burton Mini Shred Sweetart Bib Pants for Toddler Girls, proven rider tech has been mini-mized for your little shredder. Waterproof, breathable and insulated with 100g Thermacore(TM) fill, these snow bibs will keep her warm and dry throughout a day of snowboarding, skiing, sledding or angel-making. Slope-style features like boot gaiters, adjustable shoulder straps and Room-To-Grow(TM) cuffs seal out the snow and give her more length to grow into. With a front pocket to keep a snack in, she'll be going for hours in the Burton Girls' Sweetart Bib Pants.

- Altrec Outlet

Burton Sweetart Bib Pant

MSRP:
$89.95

The Burton Sweetart Bib Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 17, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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