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She loves the cute design and you love the weather protection.

Making snow angels is only fun when you have a good pair of pants to keep you warm and dry, and the Spyder Toddler Girls' Bitsy Tart Pant fills the ticket for your daughter. Whether she's lying in the snow, sledding, or doing pizza-wedges down the bunny slopes, the Xt.L laminate and taped critical seams help keep her dry while she perfects her angel's silhouette. And Spyder added its proprietary Spylon+ DWR coating for extra durability and extended longevity. Spyder also stuffed this pant with 80g ThermaWeb insulation to heat her legs and waist with wonderful warmth. The microfleece vest has adjustable shoulder straps to give an ideal fit while she grows, and you can extend the cuffs an additional two inches so she'll have this pant for multiple seasons.  

  • Xt.L laminate, critical seams taped
  • Polyester stretch shell with Spylon+ DWR
  • Nylon taffeta lining
  • Microfleece bib
  • 80g ThermaWeb insulation
  • Grow cuffs

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Perfect pants !

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

We used them for the first time and trekked up Mount Washington with Stella in teh back pack. It was a a bit windy, 36 deg F, with a mist of rain all morning. At the top our daughtrer was still very warm and perfectly dry. I dony know yet how warm they will be when we hit freezing temperatures but I had a great first impression. The bib is made of soft and warm fabric and will do teh job later this season.