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Marmot Lobo's Convertible Pant

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When pants and shorts make a day's outing more comfortable, pack Marmot's Lobos Convertible Pants. Zip the legs off for cool relief as the day warms up, and zip the legs back on for protection from evening chills and bug bites.


The Marmot Lobo's Convertible Pant offers great versatility to girls who can't wait to get outdoors. When a cool morning becomes a warm afternoon, these lightweight pants easily converts to shorts. Lightweight, quick-dry nylon is breathable, packable and abrasion resistant; a Durable Water Repellant finish helps keep her dry under light precipitation. Nylon fabric contains integrated UPF 30, minimizing risk of sun exposure while outside for long periods of time. Marmot Lobo's Convertible Pant features 24 in. inseam that converts to a 6.5 in. inseam short when the lower pant legs are removed. Pant cuffs feature interior patterned tape that add a fun design element when the pant legs are rolled up in warmer weather. Includes 2 convenient front hand pockets; zippered side pocket keeps small valuables secure. Seat gusset improves mobility; soft DriClime(R) interior waistband adds comfort where material meets skin.


Even during the summer months, weather in the mountains can go from balmy to frigid in mere minutes. Make sure your daughter is prepared for variable conditions with the Marmot Girls Lobo's Convertible Pant. In addition to the versatility provided by the zip-off pant legs, the nylon fabric has a DWR finish that shrugs off wet weather and a gusseted inseam panel that ensures complete mobility out on the trail.

- Backcountry.com