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Patagonia Snow Pile Bib Pant - Toddler Boys'

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    From snow angels to snowboarding.

    Teach him the art of snow angels when he's wearing the Patagonia Toddler Boys' Snow Pile Bib Pant. An H2No Performance Standard shell gives the Snow Pile waterproof breathable protection to help keep him dry, and Thermogreen insulation keeps him nice and toasty for hours of wintery play.

    Grow-Fit legs extend an additional two inches when he grows big enough for ski school, and articulated knees ensure a full range of motion for learning how to ski. Patagonia added ankle gaiters that fit over his ski boots so his legs don't get wet, and a zippered stash pocket makes sure he doesn't lose his snacks.

    • H2No Performance Standard shell
    • Thermogreen insulation
    • Grow-Fit legs, articulated knees
    • Adjustable straps at bib
    • Elasticized back waist
    • Gaiters with gripper elastic
    • Zippered stash pocket
    • Item #PAT00JW

    Tech Specs

    [shell] H2No Performance Standard (2-layer), polyester mini-herringbone, [lining] polyester plain weave
    Thermogreen (100g)
    fully taped
    Grow-Fit, articulated knees
    1 zippered stash
    elasticized back
    Claimed Weight
    14 oz
    Recommended Use
    winter casual
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    We are nearing the end of Ali season and my 2 1/2 yr old is growing taller everyday. I'm torn as to what size to buy in Patagonia bibs and jacket. I would prefer to buy big and he can grow into it but I don't want to buy something and have him grow out of it next year mid season. Any recommendations on sizes running big small or true? Thanks!