Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight Bottoms
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Patagonia's most versatile synthetic baselayer, the Kids Capilene 3 Midweight Bottoms are easy to layer, dry fast and stay warm.
Great for skiing and backpacking, the Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight long underwear bottoms for girls are highly breathable, moisture wicking and fast drying. Patagonia has reinvented its Capilene(R) performance base layers, making them now from recycled and recyclable synthetic fiber. Gladiodor(R) natural odor control employs benign amino acids to help keep funky scents at bay; plus, it's nonpolluting, safe and durable. Gusseted crotch design moves seams to a more comfortable location and allows unrestricted range of motion. Side seams are positioned a bit forward to create chafe-free comfort. Plush, brushed waistband delivers next-to-skin softness. Capilene 3 Midweight long underwear bottoms feature flatlock seams that are non-bulky and supple. 100% recyclable through Patagonia's Common Threads Recycling Program-simply return your worn-out item to Patagonia.
When the forecast calls for sunny-turning-to-cloudy skies, followed by gales with a chance of showers, the soft and insulating brushed interior of these Capilene(R) 3 Midweight Bottoms is a baby's warm refuge. Built with 5.4-oz Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) 100% polyester (stripes: 59% recycled; solids: 69% recycled) double-knit fabric, the bottoms wick and dry quickly, work as a comfortable top layer when the action shifts indoors, and feature Polygiene(R) permanent odor control. With a glide-on, elasticized waist, non-chafing flat seams, a roomy, gusseted crotch and self-fabric cuffs at the ankles.
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.