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Under Armour Boys' Clean Up Open Bottom Baseball Pants

Under Armour Boys' Clean Up Open Bottom Baseball Pants - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Pro-level performance meets modern style with the Under Armour® Boys' Clean Up Baseball Pants. Made with open hem leg bottoms, the UA Clean Up Youth Pants feature a wide 2.25" waistband and regular fit for exceptional comfort and classic ballpark style. HeatGear® fabric wicks moisture to keep him cool through every inning, while two ergonomic, angled back pockets offer a place to store his batting gloves.

  • Boys' baseball uniform pants
  • Lightweight HeatGear® fabric wicks moisture away to keep him cool, dry and comfortable
  • Branded 2.25" waistband with internal gripper to keep his jersey tucked
  • 7 tapered belt loops with brass zipper fly and double snap closure
  • Two double-welted, ergonomically angled back pockets
  • UA white logo detail on right hip
  • Regular fit
  • Open hem leg bottoms
  • Inseam (medium): 27" (+/- 1" per size)
  • Fabric: 100% polyester knit
  • Style: 1236996
  • Under Armour
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 21202026

Customer Reviews:

Under Armour Boys' Clean Up Open Bottom Baseball Pants 3 5 3 3
they were a great price and they fit well my son needed some pants for his club and we were looking and we saw these and they fit and they were affordable price so I bought two February 19, 2015
not as image shows Pants looked good but the image shows black color but pants are actually gray. January 29, 2015
Too thin Very thin, anticipate a hole in the knee after the first slide February 23, 2014
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