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10 of the best baby and toddler snowsuits

As the winter chill arrives, it's important to make sure your child's wrapped up and nice and warm. We've got some lovely baby and toddler snowsuits so they can enjoy the colder months

Best baby snowsuits

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 drafts like separate clothing layers often do.

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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.

To help you choose the best baby 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.

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

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.

Parents who bought this baby snowsuit in the past have been impressed and the design is an Amazon bestseller. Reviewers liked the “two zips on front for easy removal” and said that it was “true to size” and “fit nicely even over other shoes.” Others added that it was “very soft [and] cozy” and “incredible value for the quality.”

Available from: Amazon

2. Hooded Winter Snowsuit, £38

Best stylish choice

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.

Previous buyers on the La Redoute website described it as “really soft and cute” and praising the “great quality” of this option. “I’m so happy with [the] quality and colour,” said one reviewer. “[The] snowsuit feels very warm and cosy.”

Available from: La Redoute

3. Dinoski Yellow Cub Lion Ski Suit, £185

Best for top quality

Sizes: 12 to 24 months, up to 7 to 8 years

This cool lion snowsuit is the real deal. Although an investment, it’s ideal for parents looking for something more heavy-duty as this suit is designed for sub zero temperatures and is completely waterproof.

There’s a cosy faux-fur trim and it’s made from recycled plastic bottles, so it’s a better choice for the environment, too.

The suit is also simple to keep clean, with an anti-stain coating plus it can be machine washed at 30 and even tumble-dried – easy!

Available from: Next

4. JiAmy Baby Snowsuit, from £22.97

Best for cute points

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.

Parents on Amazon described it as “very thick and warm,” and “easy to put on and take off.” One reviewer also noted that even though their daughter “fell over in it a few times” there were “no marks” afterwards.

Available from: Amazon

5. Nike Baby Snowsuit, £58

Best for extra warmth

Sizes: 12, 18 and 24 months

This Nike branded snowsuit is an ideal choice for active little ones and the bright colour means you’ll find it hard to lose sight of them in the snow.

The suit is fleece-lined for extra warmth and it features booties, a hood and mitten so your child will be completely covered from head to toe. Toasty!

Available from: Next

6. Hooded Fleece Lined Quilted Snowsuit, £22.10

Best for a smarter style

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.

More than 200 reviews on the La Redoute website scored this choice an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars overall.

One parent who bought 2 baby snowsuits for their twin boys said they looked “really smart and look much more expensive than they actually were,” and that “they get lots of compliments” on the outfits. Another who purchased a suit for their grandson said, “it’s very stylish and the quality is great.”

Available from: La Redoute

7. Haokaini Bear Snowsuit, from £18.99

Best for younger babies

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.

There are 10 design choices and the suits scored an average rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars overall from an impressive 1,600 reviews.

Reviewers of the Amazon bestseller praised the “amazing quality” and “great fleece”. “Absolutely love this coat as my baby looks so cute in it,” said one parent while another added that it kept her boys “nice and warm”.

Available from: Amazon

8. Explorer Waterproof All In One Suit, £49

Best eco-friendly snowsuit

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

Frugi’s water repellent snowsuit is ideal for taking your kids out into British winter weather. It’s also made from recycled bottles, so is a great option if you’re looking for something more sustainable.

The suit has a 1.9 tog rating with wadding and full fleece lining for warmth and there’s a double zip fastening on the front to make things easier for mums and dads to get kids dressed.

You can also choose between a colourful whales or a hedgehog print (pictured).

Available from: Frugi

9. Silver Cross Quilted Pramsuit, £50

Best for muted colours

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.

Available from: Kiddies’ Kingdom

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

Best for winter sports

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.

Available from: Alex and Alexa

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