While I love the women’s ski fashion preview, the preview for kids is even more fun, because everything is just so darn cute.
The Best Ski Coats for Little Kids, Toddlers, and Babies
So much more than just a ski coat, One Piece Suits for toddlers and babies are still HOT! They provide the ultimate in comfort, warmth and protection from the winter elements.
- The Roxy Toddler Paradise Jumpsuit has removable faux fur, for the toddler who wants to stand out on the slopes. With 10k waterproofing and with 200 grams of insulation in the body, it will keep her super warm for a full day of skiing or snowboarding.
- Burton Snowboards never disappoints when it comes to the fun prints and colors for the little kids. This Burton Toddler Girls Illusion One Piece Suit is so bright and colorful, you won’t lose her on the mountain. It has 100 grams of insulation, great for any day of the season and a perfect weight to layer up underneath if she gets really cold.
- With all the same features as the girls one piece suit, boys also get their own fun prints with the Burton Toddler Boys Striker One Piece Suit! With 100 grams of insulation, 10k waterproofing and Burton’s Room-to-Grow System, it’s “suit”able for the slopes and will last more than one season.
- Okay, we had to throw this one in for the babies! Infants need a cute snow suit, too! The Burton Infant Buddy Bunting suit is insulated with 200 grams of warmth, lined with microfleece at the core of the suit and DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coated so that baby can hang out on the snow.
The Best Ski Coats for Junior Kids
Our boys’ selection still remains classic and timeless, with neutral tones and prints that are stylish without being too loud. For girls, we see a lot of jewel tones and soft pastels, keeping it girlie on the slopes.
- Camo prints always find a way to make it on our list. The North Face Youth Freedom Anorak Jacket has a mature look and the pullover style adds to the uniqueness of this jacket. There is a zipper on the side seam for easy on/off and the large kangaroo hand pocket provides warmth and storage. With 120 grams of insulation and fully waterproofed, this jacket is perfect for any snow enthusiast who wants to be warm with style in mind.
- We love Patagonia outerwear, always sleek and timeless. The Patagonia Boys Snowshot Jacket comes in a gold color that stands out without being too loud. The hood is removable, making this jacket perfect to wear on and off the slopes. The 150 grams of insulation is just enough to stay warm without the bulk, and the slight drop tail adds extra coverage.
- We’ve seen a trend in Gore-Tex fabrics for the kids. Gore-Tex provides ultimate waterproofing and durability. The Spyder Boys Couloir Gore-Tex Jacket also has Primaloft® insulation that is super warm and lightweight. As Spyder puts it, “The Couloir GTX is a man’s jacket sized for the next generation.”
- The Obermeyer Girls Tabor Jacket is sure to make a statement on the mountain. It catches your eye but remains sophisticated with the blocks of floral print. It has all the bells and whistles: interior electronics pocket, powder skirt, fleece-lined collar and more. With great waterproofing and 160 grams of insulation, it is perfect for spring riding or layering up for the coldest winter days.
- Roxy never disappoints when it comes to stylish ski wear. This print is one of our favorites and the tailored fit makes it a great jacket to wear on and off the slopes. The Roxy Frozen Flow Girls Jacket is also packed with 200 grams of insulation and is great for the girl who needs extra warmth.
- White continues to be a popular color to wear on the slopes. The Spyder Girls Conquer Jacket is white with a pop of fun. It is simple, yet eye catching. The 133 grams of insulation and waterproofing is matched with a stretch fabric that provides both warmth, mobility and comfort. This jacket is so comfortable, you won’t want to take it off after skiing.
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