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Toddler snow wear recommendations pls

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Millie2013 Wed 26-Nov-14 19:39:58


As per title, I'm looking for recommended makes of snow wear, suitable for the Alps in January. DD is 22 months, so an all in one. There are lots on the high street, but Im not convinced by their suitability. Thank you smile

MrsDarylDixon Wed 26-Nov-14 19:50:30

The dds have got didrikson coats that have been nice and warm and still look like new after a wash. I'm fairly certain they do all in ones.

Millie2013 Wed 26-Nov-14 20:08:12

Thank you, I'll look them up smile

Abzs Wed 26-Nov-14 21:34:37

We got Spotty Otter insulated dungarees and coat. Expensive, but they look good quality and Little Trekkers website had them on sale. DS wore the coat on bonfire night and was toasty.

Gunpowder Wed 26-Nov-14 21:36:06

I get the polarn o pyret stuff for DD which is great.

Muchtoomuchtodo Wed 26-Nov-14 21:36:34

Ours had separate Salopettes and coats by Columbia.

They were very practical, very warm and lasted well.

There's usually some on eBay.

Millie2013 Sun 30-Nov-14 07:16:45

Thanks all, I think I'll look for some second hand stuff on eBay before I splash out

surroundedbyblondes Sun 30-Nov-14 07:30:03

You can't beat polarn och pyret! Lasts for at least three DC so you can easily sell it on if you don't have DC to hand it down to.

FreeButtonBee Sun 30-Nov-14 07:46:05

Muddy puddles has a sale on. At the moment. Worth a look.

Little Trekkers stuff is good. And love spotty otter. Tk maxx can have good bargains. Go to a slightly posher area and they will have loads of ski gear even for little ones

LIZS Sun 30-Nov-14 08:29:15

Any good ? or this by Columbia ime they spend a lot of time sitting around in pushchair /sled so take a cosy toes/fleece blanket to pop them in. Boots need to fit really well, don't just rely on wellies. Agree look at Little Trekkers, especially on the sale page.

Millie2013 Mon 01-Dec-14 18:51:48

Thanks again, everyone. I just need to have a toddler free hour now, to have a look

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