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The best ski clothing for all the family

Section: Kids' Fashion

Off to the slopes? Keep your little adventurer nice and warm with these essential snow garments to make skiiing with the family a (chilly) breeze! From snowboots to baselayers, you need a lot of gear to really embrace the cold weather without worrying that your tot is freezing cold. 

Take your pick from our favourites here, and make sure you keep yourself warm and toasty too!

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Merino Kids Striped Pants, £12.99, Mountain Warehouse

These 70% Merino wool thermal leggings are lightweight and super snug for underneath ski gear. The material is moisture wicking, keeping you dry and comfortable and are highly breathable. Very compact and easy to pack. Sizes from 2-3 all the way up to age 13!
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Aerial Printed Kids Ski Jacket, £24.99, Mountain Warehouse

The Aerial Printed Kids Ski Jacket for toddlers is a great price at under £25, with a soft fleece lining, an integrated snowskirt and cosy hood for extra comfort out in the cold. We love the bright teal colour - you're guaranteed not to lose sight of your little one in this!
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Kids Snowdrift Snowboots, £35.10, Muddy Puddles

These brightly coloured snowboots are made from brand new began suede and have super grippy soles for stomping through the snow. The lining is soft and fleecy and they have a removable inner for ease of putting on wriggly little ones! Come in sizes 7 (baby) up to 4 (37). 
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Honey Kids Snow Pants, £24.99, Mountain Warehouse

Designed in durable snowproof fabric with an elasticated waist for comfort, the Honey Ski Pants have detachable braces, zipped pockets, snow gaiters and ankle openings - perfect for keeping your little ones warm and happy on the slopes this season. Sizes range from ages 2-3 right up to early teens - so perfect for your older ones too!
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Cloud All In One Waterproof Snowsuit, £39.99, Mountain Warehouse

Usually £79.99, this all in one waterproof snowsuit for kids is a bargain at just £39.99 in the sale. Not only does it come in 4 different colours, the snowsuit is fleece lined for a soft touch and extra warmth. Pockets are adjustable and it has an elasticated waist, cuffs and ankles, making it both practical and weatherproof. Ideal for fun in the snow! Perfect for ages 2-3, 3-4 and 5-6.
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Womens baselayer top, £89, FLŌA

Used by professional skiiers, FLOA is a high quality, trusted brand for ski wear. This baselayer women's top has a funnel neck collar and sweat and cooling channels on the chest and lower back, as well as mapped comoression along the arms. 
The extraordinary technology ensures that you don't sweat, and are kept perfectly snug in the snow. It's a worthwhile investment!
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Womens baselayer pants, £69, FLŌA

And the pants to match... FLOA's genius thermal technology similarly applies to these too. The pants come with a knitted waistband for comfort, mapped compression on the upper and lower legs and closed hole mesh on the lower back. All great for regulating your body temperature as you ski. They are a full length boot fit and both items have a 2 year warranty! That's how much FLOA trust you'll love them. 
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3 in 1 Ski Babysuit, £55, Muddy Puddles

Available from new-born to 3 years, this ski babysuit is just what your tot needs to survive the snow! It's fully waterproof, berathable, machine washable and comes with a removable fleece suit for milder days which can be used as a separate garment. Customer reviews are nearly all 5 stars on Muddy Puddles and we can see why!


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