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Protection on the bunny slopes and far beyond.

Ski or snowboard lessons can involve a lot of contact with the snow, but your determined beginner can stick with it with the help of The North Face Girls' Snowdrift Insulated Bib Pant. The bib design and waterproof breathable HyVent 2L shell with fully taped seams keep the snow out of her inner layers so she'll continue to pick herself back up until she masters those first turns.
  • Lower half features waterproof breathable fabric and 60g Heatseeker Aero insulation to lock in her body's heat
  • Upper bib is made of 300-weight TKA fleece to add another layer of breathable warmth
  • Hook-and-loop adjustable shoulders and half-elastic, tab-adjustable waistband ensure a just-right fit
  • Extendable EZ-Grow cuffs allow this bib to fit her through several seasons
  • Reinforced knees and kick patches stand up to rough treatment on the playground and the ski slopes
  • Leg gaiters with gripper elastic block the snow out of her boots and fit over snow and ski boots
  • Full front zipper lets her get in and out easily for bathroom breaks

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Warm and Comfy

These are great, and I say that after a full season of little girl skiing in Park City. I think the bib is great - no snow down the back, and no falling down pants. And the fleece around the core adds a nice element of extra warmth. Hoping for at least another season out of these.

Warm enough for my girl to wear in -20 to...

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Warm enough for my girl to wear in -20 to -40 Alberta winters?