Baby Baggies Shorts

SKU: 60279-DLBE
Sale price$39.00
Color: Drew and Lobby: Lagom Blue
Size: 3M-6M

Regular fit

Pickup available at Patagonia Bend

Usually ready in 2 hours

Patagonia Baby Baggies Shorts

Baby Baggies Shorts

Drew and Lobby: Lagom Blue / 3M-6M

Patagonia Bend

Pickup available, usually ready in 2 hours

1000 Northwest Wall Street
Suite 140
Bend OR 97703
United States

+15413233273

Overview: For the seashore and more, our quick-drying 100% recycled nylon Baby Baggies™ Shorts accommodate a diaper and have a soft, elasticized waistband for easy on/off. Inseam is 2".

Weight: 52 g (1.8 oz)

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Everything Patagonia makes has an impact on the planet.

Learn more about the materials and processes they use.

Recycled Nylon

Nylon is one of the strongest plastics we use in our products. When we need a super-lightweight fabric, nylon is vital for its strength. But nylon is a petroleum-based material, and producing it has a high cost in energy and greenhouse gases. Incorporating as much recycled nylon as we can lessens our dependence on virgin petroleum as a raw material source, helps eliminate discarded material and reduces greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing.

Made without PFAS / PFC

Water repellency doesn’t just keep you comfortable, it keeps you alive. But for decades now, the coatings used in apparel to improve water-repellency have relied on per- or polyfluorinated chemicals, which contain fluorine and are most often referred to by their acronyms: PFCs, PFOAs or PFAS. This class of “forever chemicals” accumulates in air, water, food and even our bodies, and they raise serious health concerns, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Patagonia is converting all of their durable water-repellent membranes and finishes to non-fluorinated alternatives by 2025.

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