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Columbia Snuggly Bunny Bunting - Infant Boys'

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Snuggly Bunny Bunting

The Columbia Infant Boys' Snuggly Bunny Bunting protects your baby boy from winter's chill so he can experience his first snow day. Its water- and wind-resistant fabric ensures that he stays dry, while the lofty down insulation traps his body heat for cozy, reliable warmth. For extra comfort, the bunting and the hood are lined with soft fleece. Fold-over hands and feet keep his little fingers and toes toasty, and a diagonal zipper makes it easy to get him dressed to go play outside.

  • Cozy bunting to keep baby warm during winter fun
  • Water- and wind-resistant fabric protects against cold moisture
  • Down insulation traps body heat for reliable warmth
  • Soft fleece lining adds extra warmth and comfort
  • Diagonal zipper makes in and out easy
  • Fold-over hands and feet keep fingers and toes cozy
  • Item #COL00Z0

Material
[face fabric] Omni-Shield Microtex Lite (100% polyester), [lining] 100% polyester microfleece
Insulation
450-fill down (60% down, 40% feather)
Recommended Use
casual, sledding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Warm, cozy, waterproof

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 2"
Weight
120 lbs

This bunting is not only cute, but it’s functional. The coolest temp we’ve used this in is 35 degrees. My son will have fleece jammies underneath and a hat on and he seems to stay toasty and dry in the PNW rain/damp cold (he loves going for walks in this no matter the weather). My son is 7 months old (50% for height, 12% for weight) and I ordered the 12/18 mo size in hopes of getting several months of use out of it. It’s definitely big on him, but doesn’t matter much since he isn’t mobile yet. 100% recommend. It seems to be awesome quality for the value!

>Rating: 3

Huge!

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
6-12 months

Overall it is nice but runs really big. My baby is in 80-90% and is swimming in this.

>Rating: 5

So great for cold nights !

I bought this for my 6 month old to stay warm ! He hates jackets/coats so something like this is perfect! He seems to love it and still gives him the mobility to move and play.

>Rating: 5

Warm without overheating

My little one loves this. The suit has lots of mobility for him to run around. When we change out at the end of our hike/walk/play he’s always warm, but not sweating.

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Super cute. Curious what size is this and how old is your little one? Thank you :)

>Rating: 5

Good outer layer

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
18/24mo
Height
2` 8"
Weight
27 lbs

I bought this for my 19 month old son. It's a great outer layer for winter time. It's not super thick (ie you'd still want to layer up underneath) but to keep them dry in the snow, it does the job.

>Rating: 5

Winter baby!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
0-3 months

We got the 0-3 months size for our son born late September and will get a full winter out of it. It fitted our small 2 months old with plenty of room to grow and is now just a little snug on our 5 months old (while we has moved on to 3-6 mo. pjs). The zipper is good quality and the opening makes it easy to take baby in and out of the bunting. The hood is large and fits nicely on its own or over a hat. The fleece lining is super soft but only goes down to mid-back. There is no fleece in the arms or legs. The fold-over cuffs are genius for babies! It is only the shell material that folds over (no insulation), but it is perfect to secure mittens and socks in place. The shell fabric is somewhat water resistant but not really meant for sustained snow/rain. Down insulation makes it light and packable. I usually roll the whole suit in the hood to throw it in my diaper bag when on the go. We have used it in temperatures up to lower 40s with only cotton pjs underneath and down to low 20s with an extra layer of fleece. Works great in both the stroller and baby carrier. Overall a great product at a fair price!

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>Rating: 5

Columbia Snuggly Bunny Bunting

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Height
5` 4"
Weight
119 lbs

Bought this as a gift for my four month old nephew. It's super soft on the inside and the down is thick and insulating. Best feature by far is the fold-over hands and feet...keeps little fingers and toes nice and toasty.

>Rating: 4

Really nice!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 9"
Weight
181 lbs

I think the feature I like most about this snow suit is the fold up hand protection. It keeps my kids hands warm when we go for hikes in the winter and they stay covered unlike gloves that he can take off

>Rating: 5

Love it so much we came back for more!

Height
5` 3"
Weight
130 lbs

We got the 0-3 month size as a gift, and we love this bunting so much that we just bought another one in a bigger size for our growing tike. The fleece lining is super soft, the down is cozy warm, the hood fits perfect, and the hand/foot covers make perfect sense for infants. This piece is PERFECT for cold weather and you can't go wrong at this price.

>Rating: 5

Toasty on Snow Days!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

My 6 month old was able to enjoy all of our family activities in the mountains and stay toasty warm. I purchased the 12/18M for my son who is 29" and 23.5#. We used it on a bluebird day at 30 degrees, ice skating at night in 10-15 degrees and watching big brother play in the snow on a cloudy 20 degree day. It was easy to get on and off. I was able to use the hood or put a different hat on my son with no problems. Best of all, he still fit comfortably in our Ergo carrier with me wearing a winter jacket (picture shows a basic Columbia fleece, but I also used it with a heavy Burton shell on top of the fleece). In all situations, his only layer was basic cotton footed PJs. I think he may have gotten a bit warm on the 30 degree day. :)

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Is it winter? How many degrees is calculated?

Hi Aigerim, This is intended for winter conditions, but there is no specific temperature rating for this item. This would be appropriate for most normal winter activities (sledding, making snowmen, etc.) that require a substantial amount of time spent outside in the snow/cold.

>Rating:

Considering buying this form my 1 month old (10.5 lb baby boy) not sure if I should order the 0-3 or 3-6 mo size.... Some say runs big, some say runs small, and there is no info on the size chart less than 6 months. Any info that will help...