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Isis's rugged stretch nylon fabric is also ideal for a skirt that you can wear while hiking and traveling. The Women's Danbee Skirt has front hand pockets and a zippered security pocket. It's cut a bit longer (21" hem), making it a good choice for more conservative areas of the world, and has a side hem adjustment.

- Altrec Outlet

The functional and feminine Isis Danbee skirt is fit for travel thanks to its durable and comfortable quick-drying fabric. Lightweight nylon fabric is abrasion resistant; added spandex allows good range of motion. Isis Danbee skirt has a microsuede-lined waistband and an internal waist adjustment personalizes the fit. Drawcord adjustable hem; hand pockets; 1 zip-close security pocket. Regular cut is not too tight and not too loose. Closeout.


The Isis Women's Danbee Skirt is an easy to wear A-line skirt that moves and stretches as you do, for all-day comfort. The Expedition LT lightweight fabric has spandex for excellent freedom of movement, and the Evaporator wicking finish dries quickly, even on the hottest days of summer. Fabric: Expedition LT- 4.3 oz. 96% nylon, 4% spandex with Evaporator wicking finish.Functional fly with Isis logo snap closure.Print microsuede-lined waistband is comfortable and moisture wicking.Adjustable inner drawstring waistband for a custom fit Belt loops.Front hand pockets Security zip pocket for valuables.Side hem adjustment, wear gathered for a ruching effect or straight down.Avg. length: 21".Import.

- Campmor

Isis Danbee Skirt


The Danbee Skirt has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.73 - $64.95

The Isis Danbee Skirt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 10, 2014 at REI.

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