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Go Go Speed Racer! When the right gear is what you need to succeed then Spyder has you covered; literally. Jump into a pair of Kids Training Pants today for your next ski season. PRODUCT FEATURES: Zip-off leg allows conversion to shorts Removable high back suspenders with custom sublimation Critical seams taped Full front leg zippers Custom graphics Thigh pocket Cuff anchors Inner snow cuffs with logo jacquard zipper elastic and cuff anchors Gate guards 100% nylon modified herringbone 5,000mm / 5,000g

- Appalachian Outdoors

A prime pick for families and kids who ski all winter and into the summer ski training camps, these lightly insulated Kyd's Training Pants offer the convertible convenience of a full-length pant with zip-off legs that transform it into a short. The all-weather design of the Kyd's Training Pant is a great solution for those times when the ski day starts off cool and finishes warm and soggy. Zip off the lower legs after the sun comes out and stow the lower cuffs in your ski backpack. You can also remove the high back jacquard suspenders. Durable scuff cuffs made from plain weave nylon help resist the wear of errant ski edges on rough icy terrain. Spyder treated the scuff cuffs and the face fabric with a special coating that allows for breathable vapor transfer without leaving kids feeling soaked from the outside elements. If your family is serious about ski racing throughout the year, these Training Pants are a great functional fit that will have your kid smiling in warm spring and summer alpine conditions.

- Altrec Outlet

Spyder Boys' Kyd's Training

previously retailed for:
$89.99 - $179.95

The Spyder Boys' Kyd's Training is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 22, 2012 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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