Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight Bottoms
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Put a layer between your girl and her ski pants with the Patagonia Girls' Capilene 3 Bottom. This isn't just any layer, however; the Polartec Power Dry fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly, and the smooth, stretchy double knit layers easily without bunching or wrinkling. Patagonia even gave it a Gladiodor treatment to fight odors. Let's see her flannel pajamas do all that.
Great for skiing and backpacking, the Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight long underwear bottoms for girls are highly breathable, moisture wicking and fast drying.
Sled-bound careening is serious business, especially when it comes to staying warm and dry lap after lap. The fast-wicking, versatile Kids? Capilene(R) Midweight Bottoms baselayer is made of bluesign(R) approved quick-drying Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) 100% polyester (heathers: 52% recycled, solids: 69% recycled) double-knit fabric, with Polygiene(R) permanent odor control. Non-chafing flat seams and a brushed interior provide soft next-to-skin insulation. Other details include: a roomy gusseted crotch, hidden elasticized waistband and self-fabric cuffs for a comfortable finish.
On Sale. Patagonia Kids' Capilene 3 MW Bottoms FEATURES of the Patagonia Kids' Capilene 3 MW Bottoms Polartec Power Dry polyester insulates, breathes and wicks moisture; with Polygiene permanent odor control Polyester fabric is brushed inside for softness Hidden elasticized waistband; roomy gusseted crotch Self-fabric cuffs Heat-transfer logo SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Kids' Capilene 3 MW Bottoms Weight: 5.1 oz / 145 g Regular fit 5.4-oz Polartec Power Dry 100% polyester (Heathers: 52% recycled Solids: 69% recycled) double knit, with Polygiene permanent odor control This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Like birds and clouds, kids stay on the move. Their abandon doesn't need purpose, just a little protection from the cold and wet when the sun sets or when the water sprays. Worn alone or under layers, these bottoms are a versatile, fast-wicking complement to kid motion.
- Rocky Mountain Trail