If you’re still holiday shopping, or maybe just getting started, we are pleased to share 10 more items from WinterKids.com to help and inspire.
Many thanks to WinterKids.com Lynn Sparkman for preparing this post and for offering the Spyder Boys Jacket giveaway (see the end of the post to enter!)
Spyder Boys Ambush Jacket (Giveaway Jacket!)
Spyder’s tried and true, the boys Ambush jacket is the perfect and best ski jacket for boys of any level.
It has a classic, clean color-blocked look, paired with a stretch recycled fabric that is comfortable to wear without restricting mobility. This jacket is waterproof and has 133 grams of PrimaLoft® insulation, which is plenty of warmth for any skier.
This is also the giveaway jacket!
We are in love with the fun prints and colors for Spyder Toddler girls this year.
The Bitsy Atlas Synthetic Down Jacket is eye-catching and a perfect style to wear on and off the slopes. The synthetic down insulation makes it ultra-warm, with a comfortable stretch fabric that makes it easy to wear anywhere. It’s also waterproof and can withstand any winter condition your little one will be in.
We almost always feature a toddler ski suit, but this time it’s for the junior girls!
Available in sizes XS-XL, this suit is stylish and functional for the girl who wants full coverage to keep the snow out. It is fully waterproof and has 100 grams of insulation in the body and 80 grams in the sleeves and hood. It also has a cozy microfleece back panel on the inside of the suit to keep her warm, but also mesh-lined thigh vents to keep her cool if she gets too hot.
If you think your girl wants a snow suit, this is the one to get!
Different from the traditional ski color-blocked look, this Obermeyer jacket for boys has an all-over print that lets your toddler stand out.
This best ski jacket for boys is waterproof and packed with 220 grams of insulation in the body and 180 grams in the sleeves, plenty of warmth for all day skiing. Plus, the hood is removable so this jacket easily transitions from a ski jacket to an everyday school jacket.
Don’t let cold toes ruin your snow day!
These Toddler Snow Commander boots are insulated, waterproof and light enough to wear anywhere this winter. They are also lined with a super soft fleece, so there will not be complaining about coziness. Rated for -25 degrees Fahrenheit, these are the best snow boots your toddler needs for the season!
The key to staying warm on the slopes this winter, technical base layers! These Northern ridge base layers are affordable and designed with a quick-drying, breathable polyester blend-fabric.
Stay warm and dry without much bulk!
Base layering doesn’t get more fun than this!
The Airblaster Ninja suit is not only functional by keeping the snow out of the pants, it is extremely comfortable and your kids will want to live in them.
Fortunately, they also make great pajamas too.
Just because your socks aren’t visible while you’re skiing or snowboarding, doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be stylish too.
Stance is a leader in this category when it comes to making bright, colorful and fun technical socks. With performance cushioning, arch support, and reinforced heel and toe areas, you won’t be disappointed by these socks. They are also the perfect stocking stuffer!
Make a statement in the Oakley Line Miner Youth goggle.
It’s Prizm™ Lens Technology blocks strategic wavelengths along the color spectrum to maximize contrast between colors for crisp vision that will not disappoint. Helmet compatible, 100% UVA, UVB, UVC protection, dual vented lens and triple-layer polar fleece foam make this goggle top of the line when it comes to eye protection for the snow.
If you know someone with an infant, this is the perfect gift for their little one.
Ultra-soft sherpa fleece that is comfortable for the little ones to wear. It also has fold-over mitts at the cuffs so you don’t have to struggle with trying to put mitts on their tiny hands.
Giveaway!Spyder Boys Ambush Jacket
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