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Product description

Boys and girls, get ready to take on the mountain snow. The McKINLEY Reagan II insulated pants have good technical performance and important kids’ safety features. For active movement and comfort, the waist is partially elasticated, and the warming effect helps to beat the cold. The shaped knee and the detachable suspenders ensure an ergonomic and secure fit. To stop snow coming in from below, these pants have an ankle zip and bottom gaitor.

SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES

Following technologies belong to the sustainability concept. Discover more...

PFC-free

The eco-friendly PCF free finish is a sustainable, highly durable and renewable water-repellent treatment made from 60% renewably sourced content. Fabrics treated with PFC fluorocarbon-free are durable repellent, dry 50% faster than untreated fabrics and allow at the same time for unaltered breathability.

  • PFC-free, eco-friendly
  • Renewable sourced water-repelling finish
 

Features & Benefits

Shaped knee
Shaped knee

Shaped knees for maximum freedom of movement and increased comfort.

Suspenders detachable
Suspenders detachable

Removable, adjustable straps worn over the shoulders with the ends attached to the waistband of the pant to support it.

Partial waist elastic
Partial waist elastic

Areas of the waist of a pant with integrated stretch fabric to automatically adapt to the wearer's size.

Bottom zip
Bottom zip

Zipper at the leg bottom of the pant for easy boot access.

Bottom gaitor
Bottom gaitor

Integrated, elasticated snow gaiter at the leg bottom to be pulled over the ski boot and to protect the wearer against snow, dirt, or water.

Warming effect
Warming effect

Technologies

Kids Safety

The EU standard EN 14682:2008-02 identifies potential safety hazards in children’s clothing caused by cords and drawstrings.
 
It defines types of hazard, levels of risk and the vulnerability of children, and sets recommendations to minimise the risk of accidental entrapments by cords and drawstrings in children’s clothing.
 
The norm suggests the textile industry’s self-commitment to prevent and avoid tear proof and continuous cords especially in the neck area of children's wear.