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10 Best Kids & Toddler Snowsuits Reviewed in 2019

last updated May 21, 2019

Winter is coming, and that means it’s time to break out the heavy-duty wardrobes! Keeping your family warm during outdoor excursions can be a lot to keep track of. There are gloves, hats, scarves, boots, extra socks, long johns, and so much more. Snowsuits help keep users cozy as they head out into the chilly air to make snow angels or win the snowball fight championship. If you’re on the hunt for the best kids’ snowsuits, look no further! We’ve gathered 10 of the most effective products out there, all guaranteed to keep everyone tots nice and toasty. Spend your Winter Wonderland time enjoying the crisp air and snow instead of worrying about catching a cold, this year.

In a Hurry? The test winner after 22 hrs of research

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Arctix Infiniti Overalls Bib
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Materials
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Ease of Use
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Arctix Infiniti Overalls Bib
Why is it better?

Top unzips to the waist

Cuffs are reinforced with a highly durable material

Shoulder straps adjust

Designed with articulated knees

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Arctix Infiniti Overalls Bib
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With this recent update, we added a couple of new snowsuits that garnered high praise and good ratings from parents and that met our criteria to be featured among the top 10. Additionally, we reviewed the existing product information--including sizing, fabric, construction, availability and cost--to ensure that all was correct and current.

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In depth review top 10
  • Arctix Infiniti Overalls Bib
  • Arctix Chest High Insulated
  • Arctix Infant Bunting
  • iXtreme Expedition Puffer
  • Pink Platinum One Piece Puffer
  • Columbia Snuggly Bunny Bunting
  • Rugged Bear Little Boys' Robot
  • OshKosh B'Gosh Girls
  • Columbia Boys' Frosty Freeze Bunting
  • iXtreme Insulated Bib
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  • Other Factors to Consider
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10 Best Kids & Toddler Snowsuits Reviewed

1. Arctix Infiniti Overalls Bib

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
95
Arctix Infiniti Overalls Bib
Design
95
Materials
95
Ease of Use
95
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$29.99

Top unzips to the waist

Cuffs are reinforced with a highly durable material

Shoulder straps adjust

Designed with articulated knees

Pant legs may run too long

The Arctix Limitless Bib is perfect for those outdoor adventures during the winter.

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Design

Designed with an elastic waistband, this suit will stretch to your child’s body. The shoulder straps can be adjusted to provide a snug and secure fit.

Materials

Composed of 100% Polyester fabric, your child’s legs and body will stay warm on the coldest days. The outer shell of this suit is composed of a breathable material that will wick body moisture away. The ankle cuffs are reinforced with a 600 Denier Ballistic material which gives them the level of durability to withstand countless outdoor adventures.

Ease of Use

The top unzips down the waist, thus allowing your child to easily get in and out. The knees are fully articulated, thus allowing your child to have full mobility while wearing this bib.

2. Arctix Chest High Insulated

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
93
Arctix Chest High Insulated
Design
92
Materials
95
Ease of Use
92
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$22.00

Made for extreme temperatures as low as -20 degrees

Zip front means easy, no-fuss dressing

120-gram ThermaTech Insulation

Will tuck inside and over boots to prevent moisture getting in or body heat getting out

Lightweight and not bulky

No pockets

No fleece lining

Overalls might not be the first thing that pops into your head when you think of snow gear, but the Arctix Insulated Bib Overalls for Infants and Toddlers knows exactly what it’s doing.

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Design

It’s lightweight but made to keep little ones warm in temperatures between -20 degrees to 35 degrees. The durable water repellent helps keep the fabric from soaking through. The suspenders are adjustable, allowing your little one some growing room before it’s time to go grab a new pair, and the elasticized side gussets allow for maximum motion. Boot gaiters with grippers leave no room for cold and moisture to get in or for warmth to escape.

Materials

Made from 100 percent polyester, this little ensemble essential is 120 grams of ThermaTech Insulation, meaning extra warmth with none of the added bulk. 600 denier ballistic nylon reinforces the ankle, scuff and hem guards so it will survive the elements and the force of nature that is your toddler.

Ease of Use

The zipper makes for easy dressing, and the overalls come in 14 different colors, all constructed with flexible, durable material.

3. Arctix Infant Bunting

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
93
Arctix Infant Bunting
Design
92
Materials
92
Ease of Use
95
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$36.00

Flaps at hands and feet can fold over to keep your baby extra warm and shielded from the cold.

This suit is easily machine washable and will not fall apart after a first wash.

The diagonal zipper is easy to take on and off for parents who may need to change a diaper quickly.

This is suitable for colder winters so fear not, this is a safe choice for those experiencing harsher climates

While no coat is truly car seat safe (see our FAQ on car seat safety), this coat is especially not car seat safe as the material is puffy and slippery when wet.

Many customers say the sizes run large, it may be wise to purchase a size down.

Don’t worry parents of newborns and the truly-tiny, we haven’t forgotten to include snowsuits for the littlest of humans.

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Design

This model offers a fun variety of designs, some having furry hoods, and some not. Colors are abundant as well. The suit even comes with foldable cuffs for extra warmth if it is needed.

Materials

Warmth and weather-proofing are among top concerns when it comes to protecting an infant from the snow, which why we chose this top-of-line suit with guaranteed shielding from the elements.

Ease of Use

Easy in an out is a key factor to a good snowsuit for babies after all the family ski trip will be much more enjoyed on the slopes then fumbling with coats in the bathroom.

4. iXtreme Expedition Puffer

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
92.3
iXtreme Expedition Puffer
Design
92
Materials
90
Ease of Use
95
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$39.99

A thinner build means more maneuverability and freedom to explore

Elastic built into hood means a better fit

The exterior is resistant to water and wind meaning a dry, happy child

Cover for hands and feet to meet the needs of any weather situation

The coat is better suited for areas with milder winters, and not appropriate for very cold temperatures.

Arms and lower legs are not insulated with fleece

Not all winters are created equal.

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Design

This Snowsuit is thinner and more mobile but also best suited for milder winters. Why incapacitate your child with something big and bulky if the weather doesn’t call for it? This is a perfect go-to purchase if you need to keep your child warm but aren’t planning any adventurous expeditions into freezing climates.

Materials

Bearing a cute teddy bear logo, and three different color schemes to choose from, the iXtreme Baby Boys Expedition Puffer is as cute as it is durable. This item is also a one-piece meaning that snow pants are not necessary, and will have less time eaten up by dressing.

Ease of Use

The snowsuit comes in two different eye-catching designs, both of which have full frontal zippers for easy on-and-off accessibility.

5. Pink Platinum One Piece Puffer

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
92.3
Pink Platinum One Piece Puffer
Design
90
Materials
92
Ease of Use
95
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$19.99

Lined and insulated with polar fleece for proven warmth

Foldable covers for hands and feet will keep your child extra warm when the weather is bitter cold

Asymmetrical front zip means easy entrance and exit

Zipper protector keeps the zipper from cutting your child’s face

The hood has no drawstring which means if it doesn’t fit, it doesn’t fit. A snowcap will negate this issue though.

Some customers complain sizing is not accurate, make sure to review the company’s sizing guide

With just enough color and pattern variation to pick a special look, this suit is a great purchase.

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Design

This snowsuit designed to appeal to girls has two basic solid color designs and two other more vibrant patterned designs. Unlike some other warmth-focused snowsuits, this product is reported to be very movable and not too bulky, perfect for snow fights and snow forts!

Materials

Insulated with polar fleece, this snowsuit is also built for colder winters.

Ease of Use

Equipped with an asymmetrical zipper, on and off is easy for mom and dad when emergencies arise. Another noteworthy feature is that there is a zipper protector installed to keep your child’s face clear of any nicks or cuts.

6. Columbia Snuggly Bunny Bunting

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
92.3
Columbia Snuggly Bunny Bunting
Design
90
Materials
92
Ease of Use
95
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$64.99

Micro-fleece lines the hood and torso

60/40 duck down fold-over cuffs

Omni-shield weather resistant

Machine washable

Easy pull-on closure

No elastic at ankles to keep snow out; not the best fit for walking toddlers

Micro-fleece doesn’t line full suit, leaving legs and midsection without insulation

This bunting is a great outfit for kids in milder climates, or for families looking for an extra, easy layer to put over the usual bundling routine.

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Design

It’s a pull-on closure, and machine washable, filled with a soft 450 down fill insulation for maximum coziness. The bunting is water- and wind-resistant, and the micro-fleece lines both the hood and torso to keep soft skin comfortable. Duck down and fold-over cuffs prevent body heat from escaping. An Omni-shield repellent wards off stains and the consequences of wet weather. It comes in 11 different colors, is specifically designed to be unisex, and the fold-over hands and feet will keep baby’s extremities warm.

Materials

Made from taffeta, polyester, and micro-fleece, this little snow bunny outfit helps to keep kids warm while also preventing their clothes from staying damp under the snow.

Ease of Use

It isn’t as thick as some other buntings but is meant to be a quick and easy layer. It’s great for little ones traveling consistently, as you can bundle them up in their usual gear for the car rides, and then slip this puppy (--er, bunny?) right over it as soon as you take them out into the snow. No need to change over, just pile on the layers!

7. Rugged Bear Little Boys' Robot

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
91.3
Rugged Bear Little Boys' Robot
Design
90
Materials
92
Ease of Use
92
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$69.99

Storm gator closures at leg opening enable easy on and off for boots

Adjustable Velcro closure at end of sleeves give you the option whereas elastic cuffs always keep sleeves closed off

Both bib and jacket are insulated with polyester and offer all-around warmth retention

Snowsuit comes in girl-friendly alternative designs

Hood does not adjust and some customers found it too small.

Many snowsuits have very similar designs, this product stands out with its quirky patterns and color schemes.

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Design

The color scheme is not your typical “cutesy” look but still maintains an overall charming aesthetic. With a quirky teddy bear logo across the chest and eye-catching pads across the knees, this snowsuit combination will definitely invite comment and praise from other parents.

Materials

This snowsuit is 100% polyester thus allowing it to be tossed in the washer machine.

Ease of Use

Very comfortable and high quality these bibs are sure to be an easy slip-on.

8. OshKosh B'Gosh Girls

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90.7
OshKosh B'Gosh Girls
Design
90
Materials
92
Ease of Use
90
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$27.99

This snowsuit comes in a variety of color and design options to make shopping fun

As with all the best snow bibs, these have adjustable straps for longevity and comfort

Cinched waist means snow pants will hold firmly and not slide around uncomfortably

Snowbib comes with front pockets for storing mittens or any other items

Some customers were peeved that the return policy is not free. Make sure you check sizing well before purchasing.

A few customers have reported that the colors differ from the pictures slightly.

It seems that the majority of snow pants lack personality, they are either solid shades of grey or blue or at most have a line or two going through them.

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Design

OshKosh has decided to take a left turn and spice up the variety of designs available, especially to all the little girls playing in the snow this season. The B’Gosh Baby Toddler Girls’ Snow Bib comes in a vast array of colors, designs, and patterns. From a starry night sky to snowflakes against a bright pink background, all of the designs vary significantly from each other. These snow bibs function just as well as any of the others on our list but were worthy of mention for the number of design options.

Materials

Composed of 100% polyester, these snow suits are lightweight and easy to clean.

Ease of Use

Adjustable straps and a cinched waist help ensure a good and comfortable fit, even if your child grows faster than you can anticipate.

9. Columbia Boys' Frosty Freeze Bunting

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90
Columbia Boys' Frosty Freeze Bunting
Design
90
Materials
90
Ease of Use
90
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$55.29

Snowsuit material is durable and resistant to water and moisture

Faux down insulation keeps the warmth in and the cold out

This suit can stand up to the coldest climates, a great choice for those concerned about warmth

Enduring and durable, many customers reported getting multiple years of use out of this product

The material is slippery on the exterior when wet, can make carrying child difficult.

Many customers report that the sizing runs large, consider buying one size down.

Looking for something that really stands out against the snow?

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Design

These suits have the most vibrant and funky designs we’ve seen on snow gear. There is little to no chance you will lose your child in a crowd with these vibrant and popping patterns. This specific snowsuit also comes in sizes that fit babies as well as toddlers, which is not always a common trend in snowsuits!

Materials

This 100% polyester snowsuit is made in the USA. It is both water resistant fabric and machine wash safe.

Ease of Use

The material of the coat also offers a great blend of mobility while still being able to hold up to the colder and harsher winters of the world.

10. iXtreme Insulated Bib

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90
iXtreme Insulated Bib
Design
90
Materials
90
Ease of Use
90
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$35.99

Fleece lined body and hood provide full body insulation from the cold

The color schemes are fun and different from the normal array of options

Most customers were very satisfied and praised this item as being true to size, very rare praise to find!

The price is very reasonable for the quality of the product, this is a great value

Some customers say the hood is too small if you’ve had issues with hoods fitting in the past you should consider investing in a hat.

These two-pieces are eye-catching bold but not flashy.

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Design

With adjustable straps and durable material, there is a good chance that this snowsuit will last you more than one season as your little rascal grows in size. These snowsuits also have the rare feature of a snow block along the waistline for extra protection against wetness and snow.

Materials

The snowsuit is fully insulated with warm fleece and suited for any winter.

Ease of use

The wear is bulky enough to be warm but maneuverable enough for exploration and just being a kid!

Criteria Used for Evaluation

Design

Our researchers dug through countless websites and read through numerous customer reviews to compile a list of the top 10 snowsuits and snow bibs for this winter season. Compilation of the list took into account such qualities as Design, materials, and whether or not the suits come off and go back on easily. We understand that functionality is the goal but the appearance is what makes shopping fun for parents. As such, suits made it on the list due to their fun colors and designs. We made sure to include sets of snowsuits that come with multiple colors and designs to choose from.

Materials

Also taken into consideration is warmth. Those experiencing milder winters will be happy with something thinner and more mobile whereas those in Minnesota or Chicago should opt for something more heavy-duty. There are far too many snowsuits to choose from, and being unfamiliar with the individual products can lead to accidentally purchasing inferior products that rip during their first use. To make sure this doesn’t happen to you, we only included products with guaranteed durability. Only after functionality and practicality do we factor in other qualities such as color variety and adjustability.

Ease of Use

Some snowsuits are meant for babies and were considered for warmth and ease of access. We understand that nobody wants to be awkwardly fumbling with their baby’s coat to change a diaper. Nothing puts a damper on a family ski trip like uncomfortable, wet, and upset children.

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Parents Did You Know

Instead of placing your baby in a car seat with a snowsuit on, you should dress them in a fleece sleeper and lay blankets on top of them once they are in the car seat. Make sure the blanket is not covering their face.

Parents Did You Know

Babies lose body heat very easily. If the temperature is below 20 degrees you should limit outdoor time.

Other Factors to Consider

Fit

The biggest recurring issue with buying snowsuits and bibs is size. In researching this list, our team members were tasked with wading through a plethora of comments bemoaning sizing issues and ill-fitting snow pants. As such, we did our best to mention if the sizes seem to run small or large. Parents will also do themselves an extra favor if they take the time to look up a company’s individual sizing practices. Google is your friend here, and even with proper measurements and sizing, there is still always a chance of an awkward fit. That is why we also made sure to include brands that have fair return policies and if returns are less than easy we made sure to make mention of it.

Frequently Asked Questions

q: What size should I get?

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The retail websites should have sizing guides which are the best places to start. It is also a good idea to check customer reviews and see if there is a consensus on whether or not the suits run large or small. It should be noted however that sizing will always be tricky and awkward fits can still happen even if you followed every step. As a safeguard, it is a good practice to check a company’s return policy before making a purchase.

q: Which coats are car-seat safe?

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As a general rule of thumb, no coats or snowsuits are really car-seat safe. Bulkiness and often slippery material are not ideal for car safety. A handy alternative is to keep blankets in the car, so you can heat up your loved one without inhibiting safety.

q: What should I be looking for in a snowsuit?

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Check insulation, some coats or bibs are not fully insulated, or only are insulated from the top down. Check to make sure that a suit is fully insulated if you want maximum warmth. Adjustable straps on snow pants are also important as they can ensure use over multiple seasons as your little one grows. Lastly, check for an asymmetrical zipper, or a zipper that goes most of the way down, which will ensure that you can take the little tyke out in case of an emergency or when nature calls.

q: How are the hoods on these snowsuits? Should I still purchase a hat?

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We would recommend buying a snow cap. Not only is there always a chance the hood will not fit as snuggly as desired, but having a hat is just insurance and another option for extra warmth.

q: Should I get a one-piece or two-piece snowsuit?

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One-piece snowsuits are often recommended for infants and babies as they offer the easiest on-and-off for mom and dad. If your little one is more independent and bathroom emergencies or car seats aren’t an issue, then we recommend going with a two-piece.

q: What should my child wear underneath a snowsuit?

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It is best for your child to wear cotton material underneath their snowsuit, the reason being that any other material can become itchy, scratchy, and all around uncomfortable as it rubs against the material of the snowsuit.