Mountain Sprouts Contrail Pant

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Whether kids are romping around the living room or the backyard, Mountain Sprouts’ Contrail pants have a lightweight, stretchy soft shell that is both durable and stain and weather resistant so clothing stays looking fresh all day. Weather-resistant DWR Teflon(R) protection Breathable Fabric: 75% nylon, 25% Lycra(R) Care: Machine wash/dry CLOSEOUTS . USA. Size: XS (2T) S (3-4) M (5-6) L (7-8) XL (9-10)

- Sierra Trading Post

Lightweight, softshell youth pants - the perfect addition to the Mountain Sprouts Sky Series. The stain-resistant, weather resistant material makes these pants excellent to throw on for the day or even as a layer over soccer shorts, ballet outfits, and bathing suits. Sky Series Coordinates: The Sky Series is made of a weather-resistant (DWR Teflon¨ Protection), stretch woven Nylon/Lycra blend fabric. Made in USA.

- Teton Village Sports

Lightweight, softshell pants, the Mountain Sprouts Contrail Pant for Youth & Juniors are the perfect any-weather addition to your little ones wardrobe. Made with weather-resistant DWR Teflon stretch nylon lycra, the Contrail pant is breathable and stain-resistant, ideal for a fall outing to the park, a day hike or a layer over soccer shorts.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Sprouts Contrail Pant


The Contrail Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$20.77 - $51.95

The Mountain Sprouts Contrail Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 28, 2009 at Sierra Trading Post.

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