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A waterproof, breathable one-piece rain suit that supplies maximum protection in the hardest downpours and from the biggest puddles.

The North Face Infant Boys' Resolve Rain Suit keeps your little guy dry and protected when the rain is coming down in sheets. The Resolve's waterproof, breathable HyVent shell fabric and fully taped seams keep the deluge at bay while the asymmetrical front zipper makes it easy to get your baby in and out of the suit. Its fixed hood, hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs, and elasticized cuff and leg openings also keep out the elements.

  • HyVent 2-layer membrane, fully taped seams
  • 70D nylon ripstop face fabric
  • Asymmetrical center-front zip entry with hook-and-loop placket
  • Fixed hood
  • Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs
  • Elasticized cuff and leg openings
  • Reflective piping at hood
  • Inseam: 10in
  • Average Weight: 5oz

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Is the infant resolve rain suit durable enough for crawling around outside?

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A couple things to account for and address to answer your question: 1) what sort of surface will be crawled over on a typical basis; and 2) how often will the infant be crawling outside over said surface(s) are two that immediately jump into mind.
That fabric face is rated at 70D which, while decent for general use and perhaps a fall here and there, won't stand up to continuous crawling vis-à-vis the knee region, especially if that surface is somewhat abrasive (e.g. certain patios, sidewalks, bark, etc.). However, if the little tyke was only using it to crawl around in wet grass or the occasional mulch patch, things of that nature, it could be counted on to withstand some moderate use without concern for ripping/tearing. Other than that, it would last a while, unless it got cut with scissors or a blade or something. That Denier rating isn't by any means something worth extolling, but it will hold its own.
Hope this helps.