A warm tot in a cold winter world.
You want your babe to be warm during your winter adventures, and if her winter suit can be made out of a fully reversible 100% recycled fabric, then that's a pretty sweet bonus. Patagonia's Puff-Ball Reversible Girls' Bunting is made of recycled polyester, treated with a water-repellent coating, and filled with 90% recycled Thermoball insulation, so your munchkin will be comfortable during those snowy excursions. Fold-over hand and foot covers keep her wee fingers and toes warm, and elastic binding at the hands, ankles, and hood seals out snow and drafts. The gusseted crotch fits easily over diapers or base layers, and the long diagonal zipper makes changing a snap.
- 100% recycled polyester
- DWR finish
- Thermogreen synthetic insulation
- Regular fit
- Fold-over hand and foot covers
- Gusseted crotch
- Bluesign approved fabric
- Item #PAT011Y
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
I loved this so much last year that I bought another one for this season. The new designs and colors are super cute. It's a must have for winter hiking, etc.
One Happy Baby
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
I got this little one year old chubster named Olivia this cute snow suit for her vacation to Utah. It is her first time in the snow since she lives in North Carolina and they don't get it often if at all. It was a little big on her but that's fine because she's growing fast and loved it anyways.
Her mum loved the way you could fold the sleeves over the hands to keep her extra warm. Olivia loved sitting in the snow and crawling in the snow. There were no tears from this little one. She was happy and excited to be playing in the snow as warm as can be.
Cutest, Warmest Bundle!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 12 months
This puff-ball is perfect for a kids day in the snow. I ordered a 12 month for my 1-year old niece prior to her Denver trip, and it is large, but is perfect for her to grow into and keep! The reversible feature is also a huge sell, as she has two snow outfits with just one puffer. I also bought her twin brother a matching boy's puff-ball in a size 18 months, which he will likely be able to wear next winter. Overall, this is a wonderful addition to any toddlers winter wardrobe!
This bunting is great! We plan to use it while taking my daughter snow shoeing this winter. She's worn it a couple of times, in semi cold weather and stayed toasty. She is a small 10 month baby, and the 12 month size is huge on her. I'm keeping it because I want her to grow into it. You can also easily roll up the sleeves. Overall I'd totally recommend this!
As her mom said ..."SO CUTE!"
This was a gift and they loved it. The reversibility was unique. Purchased the Playtime Pals/Rossi Pink option. Come on ...it is a Patagucci! The finest, choicest brand of outdoor gear available. It reflects the chic nature, urban-outdoor friendliness and fabulous color schemes that Yvon Chouinard's Patagonia company produces.
Also Good as a Summer-weight Sleeping Ba
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
We bought this for my infant daughter to wear through the winter, but since winter never came to Salt Lake City in 2014/15 it never really made it out of the drawer. This past weekend we had some relatively cold camping nights planned (the temps dropped in the low-40s) so we brought the bunting for her to use as a sleeping bag in her travel crib. She didn't seem to mind wearing it to run around the campground at dusk, but once she fell asleep we could tell that the hood was bothering her while she slept.
Iris is just about 18-months now (we bought it big) and it fits just a little small on her. But, she's on the upper-end of the growth chart--99th percentile for height--it would probably fit well, if not slightly large, on an average-sized 18-month old. The pattern is awesome, and fold-over booties and mittens are a must in any bunting. (Have you ever tried to keep mittens on an infant or toddler? It's impossible).
Pardon the lousy focus on the picture--it was dusk and we didn't have the flash turned on.