Columbia Boys’ Ice Slope Toddler Pant
Last updated date: January 15, 2021
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We looked at the top Toddler Pants and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Toddler Pant you should buy.
Update as January 15, 2021:
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With a unique system for adjusting these pants up and down to account for sizing changes and growth spurts, these durable pants will last a long time. This pair of snow pants is well insulated and waterproof, to allow for more fun on the sled and less time drying out.
In our analysis, the Columbia Columbia Boys' Ice Slope Toddler Pant placed 3rd when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Shell: 100% Nylon; Lining: 100% Nylon; Insulation: 100% Polyester. Imported. Zipper closure. Machine Wash. WATERPROOF SNOW PANTS: Lined with a comfortable taffeta, these pants are made from 100% Nylon Hydra Cloth 3000 fabric, these snow pants will protect from even the wettest of snows. WARM INSULATION: Durable and warm, these pants are insulated with 60 grams of our Microtemp XF II insulation, that's quick-drying and excellent for long days in the cold white flakes. KEEPS THE SNOW OUT: Great for early skiers, snowboarders, or just all-around play in the fun white fluff... our Ice Slope II Snow Pants are designed to keep little ones warm, dry, and comfortable all day. HANDY FEATURES: Ready for alpine action these snow pants include two front pockets, a cargo pocket, adjustable waist tabs, internal leg gaiters with reinforced cuff guards – designed for durability and extended activity. EXTENDED FIT: Designed for youth, these snow pants feature our OUTGROWN grow system that makes it easy for the pants to adjust to their growth spurts and extend the life of the garment.
Overall Product Rankings
An Overview On Toddler Pants
When buying children’s pants, consider the expected wear and tear based on your child’s activity level and age. Older children will be more active and may need thicker, stiffer material while younger children will need more soft and comfortable fabrics.
Consider also the weather in your area at the time of your purchase. If it tends to be cooler where you live, investing in sweatpants or even snow pants can be a good move before winter hits.
While it usually pays to check reviews before buying, note that children’s clothing assessments can be a bit confusing. When reading reviews for any toddler pants, you will see conflicting statements about the garments running large or small. Every child is unique, and the sizes listed for toddlers are more of a general guideline. You will do yourself a favor by purchasing a slightly larger size than the charts indicate; even if it doesn’t fit now, it will later.
The Toddler Pant Buying Guide
- Look for specific measurements from the clothing manufacturer, instead of generic sizes. Every kid is different, and what fits one 3-year-old won’t always fit another.
- Functional pockets on children’s pants are a blessing and a curse; they enable your child to carry their favorite things and build independence. They also enable your child to fill those pockets with crayons, mud and worms, any of which might end up going through the washing machine and dryer.
- If you find a pair of pants that fits your child well, consider buying it in several colors or styles.
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