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Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight Bottom - Girls'

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    3 Reviews


    Keep flannel pajamas where they belong, layer with Capilene instead.

    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.
    • Item #PAT2254

    Tech Specs

    100% polyester
    Recommended Use
    layering, cold-weather aerobic wear
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    My daughter loves these pants

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: medium

    Bought pant and the matching top for my 8 year old daughter for snowboarding, but as soon as she tried them on she refused to change back. They are extremely soft and seem to fit well enough to be comfortable, yet have room to get another year of growth. She is tall for her age and the medium (10)was spot on, which makes me wonder if they might be a bit on the large side for an average 10.

    The best for my babes!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I won't put my kids in any other baselayer....the end. To say we've "put it through the wringer" is an understatement. These kids have LIVED in their capilene since the day we got them....2 years ago (I picked them up a bit large, so they have finally grown into them nicely this year) These are a year-round wardrobe staple for us.

    When we hit the slope each week in the winter, we are there open to close. My kids go go go and barely take the time to eat a snack. Blizzards, wind, spring sleet--they don't stop, and they never once complain about being cold.

    They sleep in these year round when we are camping (we hit 20 degree temps last January in our tent and they slept like babies), and I'll find them cozied up in them with their cocoa on a Sunday afternoon. They have been washed and worn, washed and worn, and there isn't a single snag or stray thread....they look mint. Patagonia wins again.