Icebreaker Kids Legging - Boys'

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Keep your junior adventurer warm and comfy with the Icebreaker Infant Boys' BodyFit200 Legging. Merino wool naturally resists odor and wicks moisture, so your next-generation explorer learns early on to love the outdoors no matter what the season.


Fun prints and colours ensure kids won't need any persuading to wear these soft, non-itch, machine washable garments. Leggings keep kids warm when they're out exploring their world, but many styles on the market are itchy, scratchy and no fun at all. Our Legging has no such drawbacks: Icebreaker merino is soft, non-itch and supremely gentle on the skin, and we've used flatlock seams to prevent any chafing. Icebreaker BF 200 Legging Features: Soft 2cm elastic waistband, dyed to match main fabric colour Flatlock seams Icebreaker pip label

- Teton Village Sports

Stop mistaking your kid for the snowman in your front yard and warm him up with the Icebreaker Little Boys' Bodyfit200 Leggings. These insulating merino wool bottoms keep the heat in and the cold out by pulling moisture away from your snowman-er, child's-skin before it condenses and chills him. And because the Icebreaker Bodyfit200 Leggings are merino wool, they are all-natural, easy to care for, and odor-free.

- Backcountry Outlet

The Icebreaker Bodyfit 200 Merino wool leggings are a comfortable layer of clothing for cold days of biking, hiking, snow sports and everyday use.


Icebreaker Boys' Kids Legging


The Icebreaker Boys' Kids Legging is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 23, 2016 at REI.

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