Fabric 6.5 oz Nylon / Polyester / Elastane
Inseam 26.5 in

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Features of the Under Armour Girl's ColdGear Legging Dual-layer EVO ColdGear construction Signature Moisture Transport System Lightweight, 4-way stretch construction Anti-microbial Technology Soft and stretchy novelty elastic waistband with a rise that sits just right on your hips Novelty color block panel

- Moosejaw

Cover up bare legs on cold days with Under Armours Girls ColdGear Leggings. Dual-layer EVO ColdGear construction combines a smooth, fast-drying exterior with a brushed, heat-trapping interior for warmth. Signature Moisture Transport System wicks perspiration to speed drying. Lightweight, four-way-stretch construction improves mobility and maintains shape. Anti-odor technology keeps leggings smelling fresher, longer. Soft, stretchy elastic waistband has a rise that sits right on hips. Fitted for next-to-skin comfort without the squeeze. 25 inseam. Polyester/elastane construction. Imported Sizes: XS-XL. Colors: Black/Black, Stealth Gray. Size: X-Large. Color: Stealth Gray. Gender: Female. Age Group: Kids. Material: Polyester. Type: Base Layer Bottoms.

- Cabela's

Cold weather can keep some people indoors-but not UA athletes. Our ColdGear(R) Compression Leggings keep you warm, dry and light. The ultra-soft interior and moisture-wicking power will keep you comfy, while anti-odor technology keeps you fresh. When the weather turns cold, heat it up with UA ColdGear(R). Dual-layer ColdGear(R) fabric gives you an ultra-warm, brushed interior and a slick, fast-drying exteriorLightweight, 4-way stretch construction improves mobility and accelerates dry timeSuperior Moisture Transport System wicks sweat to help regulate body temperature so you stay comfortableElastic waistband stretches easily for optimal comfort26.5" inseam6.5 oz. Nylon/Polyester/ElastaneImported

- Under Armour

From the playing field to the mountain - designed for girls. The Under Armour Girl's Coldgear Midweight Legging Pants are engineered to keep young athletes warm and dry, featuring two-layer brushed fabric that delivers core temperature regulation in extreme cold, and articulated flat lock seams that eliminate abrasion points. Reliable compression fit bolsters muscle support, from waist to ankle. Beware of imposters! The World's Original ColdGear . Under Armour's revolutionary ColdGear baselayer brings performance enhancing technology to cool weather sports and snow sports, keeping athletes warm without weighing them down.Fabric Tech: 6.5 oz. 65% nylon/21% polyester/14% elastane. Signature ColdGear two-layer brushed double knit fabric delivers enhanced thermal protection and moisture transport for maximum core temperature regulation. Brushed inner face traps warmth and keeps your core warm; durable nylon outer resists wind.Moisture transport system quickly moves perspiration away from the body.Compression fit; reliable compression fit bolsters muscle support, from waist to ankle. UPF 30+ protects against harmful sun rays. Built with flat lock seams that feel smooth against the skin, prevent chafing and eliminate abrasion points in extreme cold.Armour Stretch improves mobility with 4-way stretch, and lightweight fabric accelerates dry time.ArmourBlock technology stops odor-causing microbes, keeping it odor free. UA Brand Mission: To make all athletes better through passion, science, and the relentless pursuit of innovation. Import.

- Campmor

When your little skier needs more than just long johns to regulate her temperature out on the mountain, outfit her in the Under Armour Girls' Coldgear Legging. Coldgear material locks in heat while articulated flatlock seams let in air when she starts to sweat. The compression fit of these tights support her muscles, so she can stay on the mountain as long as possible.

- Backcountry.com