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  • Loud but warm, the Youth Original Print II Tight is oh-so cozy warm. Flat seam construction eliminates chafing for cold downhill adventures, while soft fabric feels like heaven against the skin.

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  • With plenty of technical features to keep up with any bitter cold day thrown its way, the Bi-Ply bottom is sure to keep legs toasty warm. Dual layers help trap air and produce a toasty warm layer around the body.

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  • With a 9 warmth rating, Hot Chillys is packing some serious warmth with the Pepper Fleece Bottom. Use the Pepper Fleece for the coldest of winter occasions so that you stay, dry, comfortable and of course, warm.

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  • Who says baselayers have to be dull bland colors? Take it to the next level and have some fun with Hot Chillys' Pepper Fleece Print. With a warmth rating of 9 out of 10, you're going to stay toasty warm on those truly cold days.

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  • Who says baselayers can't have cupcakes, polka dots and guitars on them? Fun designs pair up with technical features to give you a warm baselayer that's sure to keep you comfortable for cool weather fun.

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  • Patagonia's most versatile synthetic baselayer, the Kids’ Capilene 3 Midweight Bottoms are easy to layer, dry fast and stay warm.

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  • Made of 100% HEAT interlock polyester, this all-purpose tight is built for action. An ideal layering piece packed with thermal reflective heat-trapping and sweat wicking qualities. No sweat.

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  • New waterproof girls' ski pants that are crafted with insulation to buffer the cold during chilly chairlift rides to the top of the hill.

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  • As if it weren’t warm enough, Columbia added their patented thermal-reflective technology to this insulated, waterproof boys’ snow pant.

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  • Thin yet effective, Columbia's midweight baselayer is perfect for skiing or cold-weather hiking.

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