As the colder winter days set in, you'll want to make sure your little one is wrapped up warm and toasty. A cosy snowsuit is a great way of doing this, as the all-in-ones won't allow draughts like separate clothing layers often do.


Many snowsuits come with attached hoods, mittens or booties to keep every inch of your child insulated. There are also footless snowsuits available, which some parents find more convenient as babies become toddlers and need wellies or snow boots.

To help you choose the best snowsuit for your little one, we've chosen a selection of styles below. There are toddler snowsuits as well as ones for newborns and a wide range of styles and designs, including fleecy bear outfits and even suits made from recycled bottles.

Plus, if you're looking for activities to do during cold and snowy weather, we've rounded up some of the best kids' sledges, so they can put their snowsuits to good use. We've also got a selection of the best baby blankets to help little ones stay warm while out and about in the pram or during the colder nights.

Best baby and toddler snowsuits at a glance

  • Best snowsuit for choice of patterns: Baby Winter Hooded Romper Snowsuit with Gloves, £23.99
  • Best stylish snowsuit: Hooded Winter Snowsuit, £38
  • Best sustainable snowsuit: Navy Waterproof Fleece Lines All-In-One, £55
  • Best cute snowsuit: JiAmy Baby Snowsuit, from £22.97
  • Best colourful snowsuit: Mini Boden Baby Rainbow Stripe Padded All-In-One, from £47
  • Best snowsuit for smart style: Hooded Fleece Lined Quilted Snowsuit, £40
  • Best snowsuit for younger babies: Haokaini Bear Snowsuit, from £15.99
  • Best personalised snowsuit: Personalised Ivory Little Bear Snowsuit, £45
  • Best snowsuit for muted colour choice: Silver Cross Quilted Pramsuit, £50
  • Best snowsuit for winter sports: Kuling Woody Rose Val d'Isere Winter Coverall, £76

What to consider when choosing a snowsuit

Size – It's important to get a snowsuit that will fit your child, that is not going to pull on their arms and legs. Some snowsuits are designed for newborns and young babies while others don't have feet and are suitable for toddlers too.

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Ease of dressing – Putting an all-in-one suit on isn't easy. Now, imagine taking off a wet snowsuit. You're going to want easy access for nappy changes and to be able to easily get the suit off them as they come back into the house. Key things to lookout for are popper fastenings for babies and double front zips.

Feet and hand covering – As previously mentioned, the snowsuits for younger babies may have feet. Snowsuits for toddlers are likely to be footless so they can wear their own boots or shoes. Some snowsuits have the added bonus of coming with removable mittens or foldover cuffs which can be really useful to keep their hands warm.

Style – Warmth and waterproofness are the 2 key things when buying a snowsuit. However, you can also get some really cute ones as well. There are brightly coloured options, muted more formal options and others with fun patterns. We have included lots of different styles in this list so you should find something you and your baby or toddler will love.

See our pick of the best baby and toddler snowsuits...

1. Baby Winter Hooded Romper Snowsuit with Gloves, £23.99

– Best for choice of patterns

Baby Winter Hooded Romper Snowsuit with Gloves

Sizes: 3 to 6 months, up to 18 to 24 months

This baby and toddler snowsuit comes in a wide range of designs to suit every child's personality, including camouflage, flowers, stars and zoo animal prints.

The suit features double zips down to the crotch to help make nappy changes run more smoothly.

There are also attached gloves and booties to keep little fingers and toes toasty.

Pros: Lots of patterns available, double zip, attached gloves and booties, affordable
Cons: Not suitable for newborns

Available from: Amazon

2. Hooded Winter Snowsuit, £38

– Best stylish choice

Hooded Winter Snowsuit

Sizes: 1 month up to 2 years

Quite the sophisticated choice, this pink snowsuit features a sweet bow in the centre of the suit and a faux fur lined hood as well as mittens.

The hood is attached with press studs so it can be removed if needed and the 12 month up to 2 year sizes also feature removable feet.

Pros: Sophisticated style, faux fur lined hood, mittens included, removable hood, removable feet
Cons: Not available for newborns

Available from: La Redoute

3. Navy Waterproof Fleece Lined All-In-One, £55

– Best for sustainability

Navy Waterproof Fleece Lined All-In-One

Sizes: 0-3 months, up to 3 to 4 years

This waterproof fleeced snowsuit will not only protect your child, but it's also kind to the planet. The snowsuit has been made with 100% recycled polyester, using the equivalent of approximately 26 recycled plastic bottles.

The taped seams will stop snow and rain getting inside the suit, keeping your child dry while the wadding and fleece inside will ensure they're warm and toasty.

The twin front zip opening (1 full length and 1 half length) make for easy dressing.

There are also mitten clips where you can attach mittens to stop them being dropped on the floor.

Pros: Waterproof, fleeced, sustainably made, taped seams, twin zip opening, mitten clips
Cons: Only one colour available, no mittens included

Available from: JoJo Maman Bebe

4. JiAmy Baby Snowsuit, from £22.97

– Best for cute points

JiAmy Baby Snowsuit

Sizes: 9 to 12 months, up to 24 to 30 months

This puppy dog snowsuit comes in a choice of 3 colours and features adorable ears and a face on the hood.

There are 2 zips to help you get kids in and out of the suit more easily.

It’s also a footless snowsuit, so your toddler can still wear their favourite little shoes.

Pros: Cute design, choice of colours, 2 zips, can wear shoes with it
Cons: Footless, no mittens, not suitable for newborns

Available from: Amazon

5. Mini Boden Baby Rainbow Stripe Padded All-In-One, from £47

– Best colourful snowsuit

Mini Boden Baby Rainbow Stripe Padded All-In-One

Sizes: 0-3 months, up to 2-3 years

This brightly coloured snowsuit will help you easily spot your child in the snow. It's a lovely baby blue with brightly coloured striped panels.

The suit is padded to cushion your child should they fall over whilst playing in the snow. The 2 full length zips run down the front, making it easy for you or your toddler to get the suit on.

Their hands and feet will be kept warm and snug in this suit too.

The snowsuit can be washed in the washing machine at 30°.

Pros: Brightly coloured, padded, 2 full length zips, machine washable
Cons: None

Available from: John Lewis

6. Hooded Fleece Lined Quilted Snowsuit, £40

– Best for a smarter style

Hooded Fleece Lined Quilted Snowsuit

Sizes: 1 month, up to 2 years

If you’re planning winter walks in the park or outdoor occasions this quilted snowsuit will ensure your little one is well insulated as well as looking smart.

The suit is machine washable so it should be straightforward to keep it looking sharp, too.

Pros: Smart style, well insulted, machine washable, comes with mittens, good variety of sizes available
Cons: Only one colour available

Available from: La Redoute

7. Haokaini Bear Snowsuit, from £15.99

– Best for younger babies

Haokaini Bear Snowsuit

Sizes: 0 to 3 months, up to 9 to 12 months

These fleece and cotton snowsuits are ideal for younger babies as they are available in smaller baby sizes, including 0 to 3 months.

The cosy hood ensures little heads are kept out of the cold while also featuring adorable bear ears. The pop button fastenings down the front and along the legs should mean make getting babies in and out of the suits simpler, too.

Pros: Available for newborns, fleece, pop button fastening down front and legs
Cons: Not waterproof, no mittens

Available from: Amazon

8. Personalised Ivory Little Bear Snowsuit, £45

– Best for personalisation

Personalised Ivory Little Bear Snowsuit

Sizes: 0 to 3 months, up to 6-12 months

One of the best things about this cute snowsuit is the lovely personal touch you can add. For an extra £5 you can add their embroidered name in grey, baby blue or baby pink across the front of the snowsuit.

The ivory snowsuit has an adorable woodland print. The easy-open front zip and double poppers make it really easy to get your baby in and out of the suit.

The hood has cute ears on the hood and the material is water repellent. The inside has a fuzzy borg lining to keep them warm and toasty in the snow.

The suit can be machine washed up to 30°.

Pros: Can personalise, cute woodland print, easy open zip and poppers, borg lining, machine washable
Cons: Not available in toddler sizes

Available from: My 1st Years

9. Silver Cross Quilted Pramsuit, £50

– Best for muted colours

Silver Cross Quilted Pramsuit

Sizes: newborn, 0 to 3 months, 3 to 6 months and 6 to 12 months

Many parents are likely to be drawn in by this Silver Cross snowsuit as the brand has a long-standing reputation for making quality baby products.

The quilted suit is fleece-lined for warmth and has a faux fur trimmed hood for style and cosiness. There’s popper fastenings to help get babies in and out of and it comes in a range of muted colours, including baby pink and soft grey.

The suit also features removable mitts and booties, so you can attach and detach whenever they are needed.

Pros: Available for newborns, high quality, fleece-lines, faux fur hood, popper fastenings, muted colour choice, removable mittens and booties
Cons: No sizes for toddlers

Available from: Kiddies’ Kingdom

10. Kuling Woody Rose Val d'Isere Winter Coverall, £76

– Best for winter sports

Kuling Woody Rose Val d´ Isere Winter Coverall

Sizes: 80cm, 86cm and 92cm

This footless snowsuit is designed especially for little skiers and snowboarders, making it an ideal choice if you’ll be looking at taking your child to do winter sports in the future.

The practical suit has a faux fur hood which is detachable and there are elasticated cuffs to help get it on while keeping snug enough for the cold to stay at bay.

A ‘Bionic Eco’ covering should mean that the suit is suitably water repellent and it features reflective details so you can spot kids on the slopes and help keep them safe. You can also chuck it straight in the machine at 40 degrees to keep it clean.

Pros: Footless for skiing and snowboarding, detachable faux fur hood, elasticated cuffs, bionic eco covering, reflective, waterproof, machine washable
Cons: No mittens, not available for newborns

Available from: Alex and Alexa

A note about snowsuit safety

Although all-in-one padded snowsuits are great for cold weather, there are some situations where you'll need to remove them to keep your baby safe. Never put a child in a car seat while they are wearing a thick snowsuit: the padding on the suit can stop you from being able to fasten the harness tight enough, which could be very dangerous in the event of a collision. Take your child out of their snowsuit or bulky coat before putting them in the car.

You should also take care with snowsuits while babywearing. The added heat of your body in addition to the thick, cosy padding of the snowsuit could cause your child to overheat. It's also not advised to dress your child in an item with built-in feet while babywearing, as the position of the legs in a carrier can can cause the fabric to pull, and this could constrict blood flow to the legs and feet.

How did we choose our 10 of the Best?

When testing and selecting the best baby and toddler snowsuits, we considered sizes available, warmth, waterproofness, style and value.

Our 10 of the Best lists are compiled by qualified and experienced parenting journalists. They rely on a number of sources, including our independent reviews, testing undertaken during the MadeForMums Awards, and feedback from our home testing panel and Top Testers Club. Each year thousands of products are put through their paces by hundreds of parents across the country on behalf of MadeForMums, to ensure we’re bringing you honest and true reviews and recommendations.

Our list is not an ordered ranking from 1-10, instead it is a carefully selected group of tried-and-tested products, each of which we believe is best for a different situation or requirement. We don't just tell you what is best, we help you discover what is best for your family.

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Bethan Rose JenkinsDigital Writer