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Mighty Mogul Set - Toddlers'

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Bright Indigo Wildstripe/Bright Indigo


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Why We Like The Mighty Mogul Set

Our little icons need to be dressed head to toe for windy winters so that their time playing outdoors is never impeded. That's why we plop them in the Mighty Mogul Set. This top and bottom combination provides warmth and weather protection with fluffy insulation, critical seams sealed, and a strong Omni-Tech membrane, ensuring the snowman's construction doesn't stop because the child gets chilly.


  • Playtime doesn't stop with this winter top and bottom set
  • Omni-Tech membrane is breathable and keeps out watery slush
  • Synthetic insulation dries fast and stays warm even while wet
  • Elastic openings and leg gaiters seal off winter weather better
  • Gusset details offer them more mobility to prance in the powder
  • Special growth system increases size to fit your growing child
  • Reflective detailing helps keep them in sight at dusk
  • Item #COLZAPV
[membrane/laminate] Omni-Tech 2L, [face fabric] 100% polyester
150g Microtemp XF II
critical seams sealed
2 hand
Claimed Weight
[size 2T] 1lb 3oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
casual, skiing, snowboarding

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

January 9, 2022

Odd fit- too small hood and no neck protection

This snowsuit set feels thin, but my son seems warm in it. I don't understand why the hood is so small- I need to unzip the jacket and stretch the hood over his head to get it on. When I finally get it over his head, the shoulders of the jacket end up getting pulled up near his ears. It looks a bit like a tent. If the hood is down, his neck is completely exposed. Why design a winter jacket with no collar?


Originally reviewed on columbia.com