Hot Chillys Waffle XLS Crewneck - Kids'

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Description Of Hot Chillys Waffle Crew - KidsBuilding from the base layer up, Hot Chillys currently offers both body fit and relaxed fit performance apparel featuring the best moisture management and high tech fabrications available for every season and activity, whether snowboarding, climbing, skiing, snowshoeing, cycling, running or indoor fitness classes at the gymOur Waffle XLS product has soft MTF microfiber yarns combined with our Bio Del Mar natural antimicrobial protection to bring you comfort, excellent moisture management, odor control and above all warmth.Incorporating our Moisture Transfer Fibers with Bio Del Mar, a natural antimicrobial, we create a garment that is perfect for the active user who wants a Relaxed Fit, Mid-Weight base layer that is great in most conditions. Knitted in a 3D highlow pattern, our exclusive Waffle XLS excels as a performance garment while giving you that old school base layer look.FeaturesThe Crewneck is finished with contrast stitching and sleeve cuffs so they can be worn alone or layered in cold weather. The bottom is finished with a plush back logo waistband and leg cuffs.Hot Chillys Warmth Factor 7

- US Outdoor Store

Hot Chillys Kids' Waffle XLS Crewneck


The Kids' Waffle XLS Crewneck has been discontinued.

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The Hot Chillys Kids' Waffle XLS Crewneck is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2011 at US Outdoor Store.

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