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The Patagonia Happy Hike girls' shorts are made from a lightweight blend of polyester and spandex that holds up well to abrasion and is easy to wash, even in a hotel sink when you're on the road.
Quick drying, stretchy, and abrasion resistant, Patagonia's Happy Hike Girls' Short is a tough and lightweight short that'll go from the trail to summer camp without skipping a beat.
14 nights, 5 borders, 2 kids and a single duffel between them-luckily, the packable Happy Hike Shorts serve as their preferred daily wear. The quick-dry shorts are made from a lightweight blend of polyester and spandex that's easy care (washes up in the motel sink on the road) and provides excellent mobility and abrasion-resistance. The fit is comfortable and secure-the smooth, fixed waistband has internal adjustable elastic, plus belt loops, a button closure and a zippered fly. 2 front pockets and 2 drop-in back pockets hold sunscreen and snacks, and a turned-up hem detail lends style. Inseam is 2".
Shop Patagonia Happy Hike Shorts - Girls-66666-ELKH-M, 66666-ELKH-L with 5 Star Rating on 1 Review for + Free Shipping over $49.
On Sale. Patagonia Girls' Happy Hike Short FEATURES of the Patagonia Girls' Happy Hike Short Lightweight, abrasion-resistant blend of polyester and spandex for mobility, drape and easy care Smooth fixed waistband with external belt loops, internal buttonhole elastic for adjustable fit Zip fly with button closure Two front hand pockets, two drop-in back pockets Turned-up hem detail
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