If you’re planning a family ski vacation or just want to get out in the snow and do some sledding during winter break, staycation style, you’re probably assessing your cold weather gear and figuring out that (surprise) your kids grew out of last year’s winter clothes once again.
One thing to keep in mind is that sizing varies widely from brand to brand, and also depends on the build of your particular kid. If you’re not sure on size, or if your child is between sizes, consider ordering both sizes to try. Many of these selections offer free returns on the size that doesn’t fit.
Or you can keep the bigger one for next year—you know you’re going to need it. These are the season’s best snowsuits for kids.
Snowsuits for Infants
Cremson Baby Puffer Pram Bag
We nearly died from the cuteness when we saw this adorable “pram bag,” (also known as a bunting), just perfect for a newborn or infant (sized 0 to 6 months). Available in three colors with a faux fur trimmed hood, the down alternative filling keeps your little one warm, while their cute little legs stay tucked together inside. #squee
Oceankids One-Piece Snow Suit
This one-piece, OceanKids snowsuit gives your little one more flexibility to move (or crawl) while staying toasty warm thanks to the generous amount of down filling. Well made with high-quality fabrics, the suit also includes a removable hood, mittens and booties.
Columbia Snuggly Bunny Water-Resistant Bunting
Soft microfleece on the inside, plus a wind- and water-resistant exterior means your little one will stay warm even while plowing through the snow drifts on his hands and knees. The Columbia Snuggly comes in 13 adorable prints and colors and is sized up to 24 months. Many parents note the sizes run slightly larger, so you might be able to get two years out of it.
Snowsuits for Toddlers and Bigger Kids
Carter’s Character Snowsuit and Carter’s Girls’ Heavyweight Snowsuit
Of course, we can’t resist the adorable dino-themed jacket (complete with scales and eyes) of the boys’ version or the cute bear ears on the girls’ (no reason you can’t mix and match if you have a girl who likes dinosaurs!). Sizes run from about 2T up to 7, and the lighter weight water-resistant jacket means it can work as an everyday jacket. Add extra layers, plus the bib for a day out in the snow.
London Fog Snow Bib and Jacket
Parents like the well-made construction of this London Fog snow ensemble, which comes in toddler sizes and up to a kids’ 7, plus sizes for bigger kids. The heavyweight coat is lined with fleece, and the detachable hood stays up.
PRESELF@ One-Piece Snowsuit
This one-piece zip PRESELF snowsuit for boys and girls runs from 3T to size 14. It also comes in this option for girls. It features a windproof and waterproof shell and also offers a zipper at the leg for boot access, making it ideal for those young skiers in your life. It’s designed to fit snug and tends to run small, so the company suggests ordering one size up.
iXtreme Insulated Two-Piece Snowsuits
Looking for a snowsuit that doesn’t break the bank and still keeps your kiddo warm and cozy? iXtreme offers two-piece snowsuits for kids in sizes 2T to 4 that do a great job for less money. The company also makes a one-piece version.
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