The Columbia Sportswear Company truly needs no introduction, but, quite briefly, is one of the leading names in the outerwear and sportswear space. Headquartered in Cedar Mills, Oregon and founded in 1938, this All-American Company is the largest seller of ski apparel in the USA and produces a wide range of camping equipment and footwear.
The Columbia Frosty Freeze snowsuit is designed for boys and can be ordered in eight different sizes, ranging from 0-3 months to 18-24 months, and ten enticing colors and designs, including marine blue critters and peninsula critter blocks. Further, it is water-resistant and made from 100-percent polyester. This suit also provides superior warmth thanks to its rich fleece lining and faux-down insulation, sealed with a zippered closure. With regards to maintenance, it is washing machine friendly, so simply throw it in with your regular load and it’ll be as good as new!
The Frosty Freeze baby, infant and newborn snowsuit is just one of many designs from Columbia Sportswear. Another one of our favorites is the Snuggly Bunny snowsuit.
iXtreme is a reputable designer and manufacturer of child snowsuits and winter gear. Their product lineup includes snowsuits, buntings, boys’ jackets and even rash guards.
The iXtreme Baby Boys Expedition is a long-sleeve snowsuit that’s built strong, with 100-percent polyester and unparalleled insulation. Furthermore, its full zipper closure makes it easy to put on and take off, while the hood features integrated elastic for a comfortable fit. It is water and wind resistant, machine washable, and available in a range of sizes (6-24 months) and colors, including navy and navy camo.
Carhartt, established in 1889, is a globally recognized American manufacturer of a diverse range of apparel including jackets, coats, footwear, headwear, wallets, bags, pet gear, and even flame-resistant accessories.
The Carhartt Baby Girls' Camo snowsuit offers superior comfort and mobility thanks to its gusseted crotch design. Crafted from 100-percent polyester and featuring triple-stitched seams, this suit boasts top-notch durability. Its split-leg construction and diagonal full-zip allows you to easily put the snowsuit on and take it off, even in car or bike seats. The interior is integrated with quilted taffeta lining combined with discreet rib-cuffs for unmatched warmth.
Available in several different sizes from 6 to 24 months, The Carhartt Baby Girls' Camo snowsuit is both water and wind-resistant and can be washed in your washing machine for easy cleanup.
When it comes to kid-friendly products, Pink Platinum won’t disappoint for several good reasons. They offer an intriguing lineup of products, including kids’ backpacks and a range of snow gear.
The Pink Platinum Baby Girls One Piece Snowsuit can be ordered in five different sizes and four vibrant colors — berry, plum, charcoal, and pink snowflake. It is made from insulated soft polyester with an asymmetrical zip closure for easy dressing and undressing. The suit is both water and windproof and can be cleaned easily in your washing machine.
WIPPETTE is a market leader when it comes to high-quality women’s and kids’ products. The company’s product portfolio has grown exponentially ever since its inception and includes parkas, faux shearing, outerwear, and novelty products.
The WIPPETTE Girls’ baby snowsuit is 100-percent polyester, available in several sizes, and comes in three impressive colors — berry, seafoam, and charcoal. Appointed with a hood, reversible feet, and mittens for ultimate warmth, this snowsuit also features fleece-lined insulation. This snowsuit is cozy, cute, and easy-to-clean in the washing machine.
Just like buying most baby stuff, be it a baby crib, baby stroller, or even baby feeding flatware, you want the best baby snowsuit for your infant. Buying the perfect one can be a tricky affair, and a complicated one at that, because there are several aspects that come into play, including weather conditions and material. A snowsuit is an essential addition to your baby’s arsenal, even if you live in the warmest climates, because you never know when you’ll be visiting your Uncle Mike in chilly Caribou, Maine. Read on to learn what to consider when choosing the best snowsuit so your baby stays warm all winter long!
Baby snowsuits are available across a gamut of price points, and depend mostly on the material used, level of protection, and, of course, the brand. We highly recommend that you avoid buying the cheap baby snowsuits. You want to make sure your baby’s snowsuit is well-insulated and made from top-quality materials.
Paying top dollar and buying a baby snowsuit from a reputable source offers unparalleled protection. Some key features such as rib cuffs may also spike up the price, but are well-justified expenditures if you live in an area prone to harsh winters.
To give you a rough idea, prices can range from anywhere between $20 to upwards of $80 for a warm and cozy snowsuit. You’ll feel good too, knowing that you’ve made the right investment!
Baby snowsuits offer a variety of thickness and insulation capabilities, but thicker insulation is not always the best bunting for your child. Insulation that’s too thick in mild winter temperatures can put your child at a risk of overheating.
That said, here are a few factors to consider when shopping:
Baby snowsuits are designed for the sole purpose of keeping your child warm, so the material used for the exterior and interior lining matter. Some baby snow gear may offer the best insulation, but you also want your child to enjoy a comfortable fit. A baby snowsuit with thick insulation is preferable if you’re going to be out for a long time in brisk weather conditions, whereas a thin baby coat should be fine when you are doing some quick errands.
The next important aspect to consider is how the respective baby snowsuit is secured. This retains warmth and determines how easy it is to take on and off. For example, some baby buntings are appointed with a diagonal zip. Remember that you will most likely be wearing winter gloves, so the fastening mechanism you choose should be easy to operate with them on.
Most manufacturers and experts say that baby snowsuits aren’t compatible with infant car seats because their puffy stance can leave the harness too loose. For this reason, it is best to remove the baby snowsuit before placing your child in a car seat. If you’ve bought one that’s easy to take on and off, this really should leave no reason to bicker.
Regarding maintenance, most, if not all, baby snowsuits can be simply washed in your washing machine without affecting its longevity. To get the best performance from your baby snowsuit, it’s a good idea to add an additional layer of clothing under it. You want to create the right amount of warmth without making your baby sweat.
Lastly, since babies grow pretty quickly, much faster than we’d like them to, you might want to consider buying one size bigger than they normally wear so they can keep their suit for more than one winter.