Columbia Journey Creek II Pant

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A pant that is wind and water resistant for protection in breezy conditions. The Columbia Youth Journey Creek II Pant is designed to be versatile, packable and lightweight. Columbia Sportswear designed these pants to keep the kiddos comfortable in many different environments.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia made the Kids' Journey Creek 2 Pants with wind- and water-resistant nylon fabric, so junior's legs won't freeze on mountain treks and misty morning hikes. It's easy to pack the lightweight Journey Creek 2 Pants when there's a change of weather in the forecast, or a change of altitude on your hike. When the wind whips the bottoms of these pants around your young hiker's legs, tighten the hems down with the hook-and-loop adjusters.


CLOSEOUTS . Keep little legs moving without a chill in Columbia Sportswear's Journey Creek II wind- and water-resistant shell pants. Available Colors: BLACK, CLEMATIS BLUE. Sizes: 2T, 3T, 4T.

- Sierra Trading Post

The energy of young kids is nearly unstoppable, and so are the lightweight, versatile Columbia Sportswear Toddler Journey Creek Pants. The sleek Wind Halt nylon shell is both wind and water resistant to keep them protected for long hours of play and exploration, when the terrain is soggy, or weather conditions change. The adjustable hem detail keeps the bottom cinched to just the right length. Shell: 100% nylon Wind Halt fabric.Water and wind resistant.Full elastic waistband for the perfect fit.Hook and loop adjustable hem detail. Avg. inseam: 13". Import.

- Campmor

Columbia Journey Creek II Pant


The Journey Creek II Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$8.99 - $21.95

The Columbia Journey Creek II Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Altrec Outlet.

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