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    15 Baby Snowsuits To Keep Your Wiggly Tot Warm And Happy This Winter

    Now if only snowsuits were socially acceptable for adults too.

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    1. A reversible baby snowsuit with tricked-out features like fold-over hand and foot covers, a zipper with a cover to protect their skin, and the fact that you can turn it inside out and have a brand-new, clean snowsuit!

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    Promising review: "I have a super active toddler, who despite the brutal winter this year, still wants to get out and play. I despise most snowsuits because they're so stiff and puffy and children often look like an uncomfortable stack of marshmallows in them. I bought this suit especially because it's labeled 'lightweight.' I figured it would be easier to add warm layers underneath and my assumption was right! This bunting is light, flexible, warm and the fit leaves plenty of room for layering. The reverse pattern is cute too. At the time I bought this my child was 16-months-old. I really wanted a size 2T to allow for growth but to be honest the 18–24 is plenty roomy. For reference, my child is now 19-months-old, 27 lbs, 32.5-inches tall. She shows no signs of outgrowing this suit any time soon. When she's wearing it, she can run, climb, stretch, and bend comfortably without being weighed down, even with her fleece layers underneath. Fingers crossed we might get a second winter out of this suit." β€”Mrs. Scott

    Get it from Amazon for $69.99+ (available in sizes 0–24M and four colors).

    2. A puffer baby snowsuit (with EARS!!!) so your tiny little polar bear will be extremely warm from head to ankle.

    Gap

    Promising review: "I bought four of these for my twin babies, two when they were two months old, so they can go out with us without being cold. All of them are very adorable, and keep them warm even on the coldest days. I love that it covers their hands and feet to keep them cozy like a heavy blanket. True to size and can be used even after they grow out of it but without the hands/feet covering. My baby looks like an astronaut in the silver one, so cute and adorable." β€”Amal

    Get it from Gap for $88 (available in sizes 0–24M, and three colors).

    3. A hooded baby snowsuit with a detachable fur hood and cute matching gloves because, after all, your babe deserves to be the coziest and cutest one on the whole playground.

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    Promising review: "So cute! The inside is all fuzzy and warm, even the feet and hands part. I love that the fur on the hood comes off in case I need to wash it, the fur won't get ruined. And that the feet and hands come off in case we don't need them at the moment. Such a cute little suit for a great price!" β€”Janelle

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in sizes 6–24M and seven colors).

    4. A baby and toddler snowsuit with a knitted hood that will make them actually excited (and you relieved) to go out in the snow.

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    Promising review: "Just received this snowsuit for my 9-month-old baby and immediately tried it on. I ordered it in size 12–18mo because everything else we have is in sizes 9–12 and thought the 6–12mo would be too small on my growing boy. It is a bit puffy in areas and his hands get swallowed up a bit by the sleeves, but I assumed it would be a bit big. It's a good length but feels big overallβ€” my son's sizes were right in the middle and it's still early December, so he has a few months to grow into it. It seems very warm and was very easy to put on (quick!), love the zipper placement." β€”Hannah Aitken

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in sizes 0 – 24M and 16 colors, with or without glove and bootie set).

    5. A fleece snowsuit so you can look forward to a real live teddy bear walking around your house, and your tot can look forward to the coziest of winter strolls.

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    Promising review: "I love this suit! This fit perfectly and is so warm. Amazing quality and super cute!" β€”Randi

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99+ (available in sizes 0–12M and nine colors).

    6. A Nike puffer snowsuit that might keep your tot completely protected from the cold, but won't stop them from looking icy fresh ❄️

    Nike

    Promising review: "Great quality. I bought it on sale. My little guy looks absolutely adorable in this snowsuit." β€”McGinnis

    Get it from Nike for $60.97+ (available in sizes 12–24M and four colors).

    7. A baby snowsuit with adorable bows on the front, as well as mittens and footies so your lovebug will be super snug, even on the most frigid of strolls.

    Macy's

    Promising review: "I got this for my 1-year-old granddaughter who lives in Rhode Island. My daughter loves it! She likes that the shoes, covers, and mittens come off. It was a great price. My granddaughter hugs her snowsuit. Definitely recommend." β€”DiHinson

    Get it from Macy's for $20.93 (originally $70; available in sizes 0–9M and two colors).

    8. A waterproof down snowsuit that has everything your outdoorsy baby would ever need: dirt- and water-repellent material, down insulation (with added insulation in the butt), and it also converts into a sleeping bag β€” for the wee winter adventurer.

    Reima

    Note: Reima's products run about one size large, so ordering your child’s current size is like ordering a size up. Check out their size charts here.

    Promising review: "I am so happy I stumbled upon this brand online! The quality and functionality is superb! It is easy to find baby snowsuits, but most are not equal to Reima’s durability." β€”Tina W.

    Get it from Reima for $149.95 (available in sizes 9–24M, toddler sizes 2–3T, and seven colors),

    9. A fleece-lined snowsuit you can be sure your baby will love, even though they can't speak to tell you how warm and thankful they are for the snowsuit.

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    The North Face

    Promising review:Β "Couldn't wait to use it. As soon as the temperature dropped, I wrapped up my grandson in his beautiful outfit. We walked the neighborhood in the stroller. He was comfortable, warm, and super cute! The diagonal zipper is convenient and stylish." β€”Manu

    Get it from The North Face for $119 (available in sizes 0–24M).

    10. A baby snowsuit with an adorable bear print you'll be tempted to splurge on and then thank yourself for doing so every time you see your precious babe playing in their own personal winter wonderland.

    Moosejaw

    Promising review: "I bought this snowsuit for my 15-month-old daughter a couple of months ago. I love the snowsuit! It's the easiest to put on, my 15-month-old dresses herself and gets so excited to wear it. It's a bold snowsuit, colors are phenomenal, I get so many compliments on it. Here in Montreal, our weather is a little up and down this year. I have put my daughter in it on colder days and also on warmer days. I usually put her in a one-piece pajama underneath, we play outside for hours and she has never been cold. I love the fold-over mitts and feet. Best invention ever, although I only use those if I'm going in and out. To play outside, my daughter wears the snowsuit with gloves and boots and it unfolds nicely. She never gets snow inside! Even the hood wraps nicely around the child's face. I truly don't have anything negative to say about this snowsuit. :)" β€”Sabrina

    Get it from Moosejaw for $158.95 (available in sizes 3M and 6M, and two colors).

    11. A Patagonia down snowsuit your baby will look and feel so cozy in, you'll wish they made these for adults. Reviewers are raving about the warmth and durability of snowsuit, as well as the dual zippers (ideal for getting a wiggly baby into).

    Patagonia

    Promising review: "This is my favorite article of baby clothing we have! It lets me take our 10-month-old little girl outside in her carrier while I snowshoe, haul wood, or feed horses. It is warm and easy to put on, it really is waterproof, and the fold-over hands and feet make things simple. Because of this suit, I have been able to spend more time outdoors sharing adventures with our girl because I don't dread the song and dance of putting on a complicated outfit and then wondering if the baby is staying warm enough. We live in the San Juan mountains in Colorado β€” lots of snow and temps down to -2F this winter so far. No problem with this bunting! Thank you, Patagonia!!" β€”Emily

    Get it from Patagonia for $149 (available in sizes newborn–24M and three colors).

    12. A Columbia child snowsuit made for the active child (it's available from infant all the way up to big kids' sizes) who doesn't just want to wiggle around in the snow β€” but you won't have to worry about them coming home with snow in every crevice.

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    Promising review: "Love this. Best purchase. Super warm and comfy. Easy to put on. I bought mine a bit bigger so it can last for a few years I’m hoping. My son loves it." β€”Jessica Ruiz

    Get it from Amazon for $72.85+ (available in sizes 6–24M, toddler sizes 2–4T, kids' sizes XXS–XL, and six colors).

    13. A two-piece baby snowsuit that comes with a lil tiny down jacket and warm bib pants, in case you don't want the task of wrestling your very energetic child into a single piece of clothing.

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    Promising review: "Love the quality of this snowsuit. Love that it has a zipper all around from front to back to make it easier to take off or change a diaper or for little ones to go to bathroom. Warm. Style is great. This will fit my granddaughter for the next couple of years hopefully." β€”catherine sullivan

    Get it from Amazon for $69.98+ (available in sizes 12–24M, toddler's sizes 2–3T, and five colors).

    14. A recycled baby snowsuit to quell the post-snow day panic of having to find something you baby can wear comfortably in freezing temperatures.

    Hanna Andersson

    Get it from Hanna Andersson for $63 (originally $90; available in sizes 6–24M and one toddler size, and three colors).

    15. And an infant snowsuit so you and your tot can actually enjoy winter as it was meant to be enjoyed β€” warm, dry, and hassle-free.

    LL Bean

    Promising review: "I received this as a gift for my 3-month-old daughter. My husband and I love it! We live in upstate NY and like going on walks with our dog and baby year-round. We went on a 3-mile walk yesterday in 25ish-degree temperatures, and our baby was nice and warm the whole time. Even her hands and feet stayed warm thanks to the fold-over cuffs. Don’t be concerned about it feeling thin or lightweight. I have the same 650 DownTek jacket for adults. It feels light, but it is incredibly warm. I’m so glad our daughter has this bunting because now I am confident she is staying warm on our walks." β€”Okgsbjtr

    Get it from L.L.Bean for $99 (available in sizes 0–18M and two colors).

    This is how your baby will be excited to go out in their new snowsuit:

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