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Sweatpants Children

Comfortable to wear for the baby. Easy to put on and take off.

EACH PRODUCT OR QUANTITY BEYOND THE FIRST ONE GIVES YOU 50 SEK DISCOUNT! COMBINE PRODUCT, SIZE AND COLOR AS YOU LIKE.

Sweatpants

Trousers in cotton. Available for ages 1-12 months in navy or red / white.
€12.41

Sweatpants

Baby pants in velor. White color. Available in sizes 0-6 months.
€18.67

Sweatpants

Black trousers in cotton. Available for ages 1-18 months.
€17.63

Sweatpants

Sweatpants available in Blue, Grey Melange and Navy in sizes 1-6 years.
€17.63

Sweatpants

Grey trousers in sizes 2-24 months.
€21.80

Sweatpants

Red trousers in cotton. Available in sizes 1-9 months.
€19.71

Sweatpants

Blue trousers in combed cotton. Available in sizes 0-9 months.
€19.71

Sweatpants

Pants made of bamboo. Available in green or pink for ages 0-6 months.
€15.54

Sweatpants

Pants made of bamboo. Available in gray melange or off-white for ages 0-6 months.
€15.54

Sweatpants

Trousers in the colors red or blue for ages 0-9 months.
€15.54

EACH PRODUCT OR QUANTITY BEYOND THE FIRST ONE GIVES YOU 50 SEK DISCOUNT! COMBINE PRODUCT, SIZE AND COLOR AS YOU LIKE.

In Adeve you will find pants children can thrive in!

 

There are many different kinds of pants but one of the most popular are jeans. From work trousers to popular pants for adults and children. Oddly, it was a bit taboo for women to wear pants until the mid 1900s but it is thankfully a bygone era. Today there are lovely children trousers and baby pants for everyone! Try a pant together with a tent dress and you have a contemporary look with only two garments. If you have a few different children pants in the closet, you can mix and find good combinations with other garments.

 

 

Different kinds of pants

 

Chinos

Where does the word chinos from? In fact, it comes from the Chinese people! It was American soldiers who spread the name when they replaced their usual military attire to using khaki pants. These became very popular for its simplicity and ease of movement. They are made of a lightweight cotton fabric. So the Americans were responsiblefor spreading this name. But if we go even further back to the end of 1800 and the 1900s, it was the Spaniards who first called the pants 'chino' which means Chinese in Spanish. After the Spanish-American War tig Americans bought the title home. Today those pants are developed for different fits and materials. They are manufactured for men and women as well as children pants and baby pants.

 

Sweatpants

 

This kind of pants are for everyone but especially as a child trousers. Kids love the freedom of movement and softness in this type of trousers. It is used by girls and boys in his spare time and in sport. Everyone likes sweatpants although they may not belong on more dressed-up occasions. They are often made of 100% cotton and have elastic waist and ankles.

 

Jeans

 

This garment has its history dating back to the 1800s and Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis was patent holders and founder of today's jeans. Most have tried a pair of jeans and discovered mobility and durability in combination. It was in San Francisco that they began to be produced but in Europe production started only in the 1950s. Jeans have been worn by all types of workers throughout the ages, such as Carpenter, gold miners and cowboys, but today they are worn even by our children. Jeans And baby jeans are a fashion that is here to stay.

 

Cycling Shorts


As the name implies, they are used primarily as biking, but can also be worn at another sport. What distinguishes a bike pants from tights is that these usually ends above the knee and has padding in the crotch. It also has no underwear while wearing bike pants. As a child trousers those are not ordinary, even if the child has learned to ride a bike.

 

OVERALLS


These pants have bibs and braces. Often performed in the denim material and is blue, but other variations occur. It is mainly women who wear them everyday but as a kid pants are also common.

 

PLUS FOURS


The characterization of this pant is that it ends at the knee and fasten with a buckle that ensures that the socks stay underneath. Another term for these is applestealingtrousers which also implies that they have been common among children. Apparently there was plenty of room for apples in the legs and they could not fall out because of the buckle. In the fashion industry thay are called knickerbockers. Cyclists and cross-country skiers have often used these since the legs does not flicker which is useful in such occasions. It was most modern in the 1940s. Among children it comes in several varieties. It is probably most common among children nowadays. If it is due to its ability to stealing apples or because it is cute on a child is more uncertain.


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