Adventures of Ollie and Stella
"We’ve used both the rain and snow suit in the snow – the only difference being that the snow suit is warmer and requires less layers underneath. Otherwise, we’ve done plenty of winter adventures in both. They are extremely durable too. Never a whole, a rip, or anything with our suits."
Find out more about the versatility of Ducksday's All-Weather Rainsuit in "Outdoor Families". Designed for families on the go and adaptable to changing weather, the Rainsuit is the perfect take-along!
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We also love the Ducksday rain suit. My son wore the same funky red colour rain suit for two years before moving into a ski suit. And we actually wore the rain suit all winter long last year. It was a warm winter and we didn't feel the need to wear ski pants most of the winter.
The rain suit keeps kids dry and warm. It's also loose enough that you can layer underneath it with a light puffy jacket and use it for cross country skiing or winter hiking.
Seriously, layering is the best way to go, both for warmth and for the ability to adjust warmth as the weather or the activity changes. Here's a great guide from Tales of a Mountain Mama ! http://talesofamountainmama.com/2013/11/layering-kids-cold-weather.html