Our Top Picks
Best Fleece Baby Bunting: Columbia Baby Boys' Foxy Baby II at Amazon
"Warm winter fun doesn’t get much cuter than this soft and snuggly one-piece."
Best Kids Snow Pants: Kids' Cold Buster Snow Bibs at L.L. Bean
"They’re warm and tough without being bulky."
Best Toddler Snowsuit Girls: Pink Platinum Printed Super Snowsuit at Amazon
"Everything they need to stay warm while having a blast in the cold."
Best Toddler Snowsuit Boys: Spider-Man Toddler Boys' Snowsuit at Target
"Perfect for little ones who are ready to swing into action."
Most Fashionable: LSERVER Pink Down Coat Snowsuit at Amazon
"Water, wind and snow resistant, the pieces can be worn alone or together and don’t sacrifice substance for style."
Best One-Piece Snowsuit: iXtreme One Piece Snowmobile Snowsuit at Amazon
"It’s perfect for sledding, fort-building and anything else when the flakes start falling."
Best for Tween and Teen Boys: iXtreme Tonal Print Snowsuit With Gaiter at Amazon
"For bigger kids, this three-piece set is a good fit."
Best for Tween and Teen Girls: MingAo Hooded Snowsuit and Jacket at Amazon
"It’s perfect for tweens and teens who want to stay warm but still look stylish."
01 of 07
Best Fleece Baby Bunting: Columbia Baby Boys' Foxy Baby II Bunting
Warm winter fun doesn’t get much cuter than this soft and snuggly one-piece fleece outfit from Columbia. Complete with little ears atop the hood, your kid will look like your own little stuffed animal. The arms and legs both come with fold-over cuffs to protect tiny fingers and toes, and the feet are embroidered with paws for an extra dose of adorableness.
It zips up the middle and comes in a variety of colors. You can get it in size 0-3 months up to 18-24 months. Parents say the fabric is a great weight either alone or under heavier jackets when temperatures dip lower. It's also a smart idea to size up so you can get your little one easily when they have all of their layers on.
02 of 07
Best Kids Snow Pants: Kids' Cold Buster Snow Bibs
Cold temps are no match for these snow bibs from L.L. Bean. Made of Thinsulate, they’re warm and tough without being bulky, making layering under or over them easy. They zip up the front and at the legs so boots can go on and off with ease, and there’s an elastic waist.
They have handy hand-warmer pockets, the straps are adjustable, and the knees, seat and cuffs are reinforced because… well, kids. They come in a variety of colors from basic black to a vibrant yellow and a bright blue. Sizes range from a little kids’ size 4 up to a size 18 for bigger kids. These will become such a favorite for keeping your kids comfortable in the snow you'll order a pair each year.
03 of 07
Best Toddler Snowsuit Girls: Pink Platinum Girls' Printed Super Snowsuit
Little girls will be praying for snow just so they can wear this cute snow outfit. It comes with snow bibs and a fleece-lined coat — everything they need to stay warm while having a blast in the cold. The bibs zip up the front, have adjustable straps and elastic cuffs. The coat comes complete with a hood to keep little ears warm. Both are wind and water-resistant.
The set comes in a variety of bright, fun colors and patterns. Sizes start at 12 months and go up to a 6X. It comes in nine colors and patterns so you are sure to find something to suit her personality.
04 of 07
Most Fashionable: LSERVER Infant Toddler Girl Pink Down Coat Snowsuit
For fashionable little snow bunnies this snowsuit set is just fantastic. It comes with a snow bib as well as a jacket, both of which are filled with down so they’re super soft and warm. They come in several chic prints, and the hood is trimmed in faux fur for a look right off the fanciest ski slopes. Adorable bows at the waist add the perfect pop of cuteness.
Water, wind and snow resistant, the pieces can be worn alone or together and don’t sacrifice substance for style. They come in sizes 1-3T, so they’re a great choice for the toddler set.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
05 of 07
Best One-Piece Snowsuit: iXtreme Baby Boys' One Piece Snowmobile Snowsuit
For one-and-done cold weather wear, this one-piece snowmobile suit gets the job done. From a hood to keep their head warm all the way down to the zippered-openings for their boots, kids can slip into this and head out for fun.
It zips up the front, has side pockets and is fully lined with polar fleece. Water and wind resistant, it’s perfect for sledding, fort-building and anything else when the flakes start falling. It comes in blue or charcoal with smart color-blocking detail and is available in sizes for babies and little ones up to size seven.
06 of 07
Best for Tween and Teen Boys: iXtreme Boys' Tonal Print Snowsuit With Gaiter
For bigger kids, this three-piece set is a good fit. While you can get it in toddler sizes, starting at a 2T, it also goes up to size 18 for the teen and tween set. It comes with a snow bib, a fleece-lined jacket with a hood and a knit cap for extra warmth — everything they need to head out into the cold.
The set comes in several different colors, and each piece can be worn alone or together depending on how low the temperatures drop and what activities are at hand.
07 of 07
Best for Tween and Teen Girls: MingAo Big Girls' Hooded Snowsuit and Jacket
She’ll shine like the star she is in this two-piece, star-studded set. The fleece-lined jacket is cozy and warm and has one inner pouch as well three zippered pockets on the outside for storing lip balm, a phone and other items. There’s also a hood, which is removable. The ski pants have an adjustable belt and suspenders.
It comes in several colors and sizes from five to 15 years, so it’s perfect for tweens and teens who want to stay warm but still look stylish. Shine on!