Baby snowsuit test & comparison »top 6 in january 2020

The 6 best baby snow jumpsuits at a glance.

To protect your baby from the freezing temperatures outside in winter, you should Pack them in a warm snowsuit before each ride in the buggy.

Choose a breathable baby snowsuit from our test or comparison table so that your little one does not get too warm as soon as you get into a heated vehicle or enter a shop. As soon as your baby can walk, it also needs one waterproof snowsuit so it can play in the snow without getting your feet wet.



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Model * Lego Wear Unisex Baby Snowsuit Maylynn mini baby softshell snowsuit Vine baby snowsuit romper CareTec baby snowsuit thermo suit (various colors) CareTec baby snowsuit unisex Twins baby fleece jumpsuit with hood 118019
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uppers polyamide & polyester: synthetic fibers that help to move moisture away from the body. They make the clothing wind and waterproof. 100% polyamide 100% polyester 100% polyester 62% polyester, 38% polyurethane 100% polyamide 100% polyester
feed fleece 100% polyester 100% cotton fleece 100% polyester 100% cotton
only on the neck & head
Padding The padding is a reinforced layer between the upper material and the lining and serves for better heat storage. 100% polyester
Different sizes 74, 80, 86, 92, 98, 104 80, 86, 92, 98, 104 52, 59, 66, 73, 80, 90 62, 68, 74, 80, 86 74, 80, 86, 92, 98, 104 68, 74, 80, 86
fit as expected runs big as expected falls large out turns out a bit bigger as expected
breathable Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Waterproof Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
windproof Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Double zipper Dressing the baby is easier with two zippers than with just one. No No Yes Yes Yes No
Roll-up cuffs Roll-up cuffs on sleeves and / or legs keep body heat inside. Yes No Yes Yes No No
Removable booties "booties" are the little shoes on the snowsuits. As soon as the little ones start running, removable booties are an advantage. Small babies, mostly in their arms, do not need them. No No Yes No No No
Chin protection A chin protection protects the baby skin from the zipper. Yes Yes No No Yes Yes
Machine washable Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  • large hood with faux fur
  • particularly good workmanship
  • particularly hard-wearing material
  • Elastic band on the cuffs
  • extra long zip
  • adjustable at the waist
  • Coating made of 100% polyurethane An important component of synthetic fibers, which increases the durability, stretch and breathability and is very easy to care for.
  • including gloves and footies
  • double zipper
  • very good workmanship
  • particularly waterproof
  • keeps you warm even in freezing temperatures
  • Cuffs on the feet
  • Elastic band on the cuffs
  • stain-resistant
  • very long zip
  • Elastic cuffs on the sleeves
Questions and answers about the product Questions and answers about Lego Wear Unisex Baby Snowsuit Questions and answers about Maylynn mini baby softshell snowsuit Questions and answers about Vine Baby Snowsuit Romper Questions and answers about CareTec baby snowsuit thermo suit (various colors) Questions and answers about CareTec baby snowsuit unisex Questions and answers about Twins baby fleece overall with hood 118019
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  • Babies cannot regulate their body temperature themselves, so it is important to pack them warm in winter.
  • Snowsuits for babies around the age of 9 to 10 months do not have to be waterproof as they cannot walk. Older babies from around the 10th month of life should be put in waterproof models.
  • The material of the lining of children’s snowsuits should consist of natural fibers that do not irritate the baby’s skin with chemicals.

Winter in Germany is rarely very severe. However, in winter 2015/2016 the winter chronicle shows double-digit minus degrees as low temperatures even for the lowlands. You should not only pack yourself warm, but also your baby. You can find out which different types are available and what you should look for when buying baby winter suits in our baby snowsuit comparison.

In order to put together the perfect (winter) wardrobe for your baby, you can also find out from our other comparisons about the comparison winners of the rompers, footmuffs and baby shoes:

1. Baby winter overalls – fashionable gimmick or sensible purchase?

Popular baby snowsuits in tests: Teddy fleece jumpsuit by Kanz.

The little rascals don’t actually run or romp around outside – so why should you buy your child a snowsuit? The reason: the the body’s own heat regulation has not yet been developed in babies. The protective layer of fat under the skin is also missing. That is why baby skin takes cold damage much faster and needs to be well protected. A baby snowsuit is therefore a sensible purchase – and if he also has teddy ears on the hood, also a cute one.

2. What types of baby snowsuits are there??

Baby snowsuits can be divided into different categories, which are also examined in baby snowsuit tests. To make it easier for you, we will introduce you to the most important differentiation criteria in our baby snowsuit comparison 2019/2020.

2.1. Snowsuits for babies tested: fleece or cotton overalls

On Fleece overall is a very cozy winter suit for little babies, who are mostly outside in the stroller. They are fluffy and keep the little ones warm in the car even at low temperatures. However, since they usually only consist of one layer, they do not have any feed, a thick blanket or a footmuff for the winter excursion should not be missing.

In babies, the small head is particularly sensitive to the cold. Overalls should therefore always have a hood. Fleece is not very waterproof, so always think about rain protection for the stroller when it rains.

2.2. snowsuit

Ski suit with reflectors.

This type of snowsuit is suitable for something bigger babies who explore the world a little more would like. As a rule, these baby snow overalls consist of several layers, the top one should be both water-repellent and windproof, so that the little explorers don’t get sick. A one-piece snowsuit for babies proves to be more advantageous than a two-piece combination of snow pants and a baby winter jacket – nothing slips here and the sensitive belly cannot get cold or wet. If the snowsuit is also padded, your child will definitely not be cold.

2.3. Different cuffs and legs

Do you like cold hands or feet in winter? No? Neither does your baby. For this reason, you should take a close look at the sleeve and leg ends when buying baby snowsuits. There are Baby overalls with mittens, booties, elasticated cuffs or roll-up cuffs. Mittens and booties are often a little big for little babies. In addition, there is a great risk that the babies will pull them off and try to throw them out of the stroller – which often happens with the pacifiers. So that you do not have to bend down constantly and you end up missing a glove, you should make sure that especially the Have removable gloves attached to the snowsuit. The little ones start running around the 10th and 12th month of life – at the latest now the baby booties should be removable so that the shoes can be replaced by baby shoes.

Roll-up cuffs are very practical, especially for small babies, because they cannot throw them "overboard" and there is no wind. If the mittens and shoes are removable, elasticated cuffs should protect the children’s skin from the cold.

Advantages and disadvantages of roll-up cuffs:

  • keep the body heat where it should go
  • don’t slip
  • cannot be thrown out of the stroller
  • somewhat impractical for larger babies

3. Buying advice for baby snowsuits: you have to pay attention to that

3.1. Is your baby lying outside in the stroller or is it already running??

If you want to buy a baby snowsuit, you should answer this question first. As explained in the description of the different categories, not all winter suits for babies are waterproof. If your baby is still mostly in the stroller when you go for a walk, a fleece jumpsuit is enough. On Overalls could cause your baby to start sweating and get a cold this way.

3.2. material

What is polyurethane

Polyurethane is an important component in many items of clothing. It is a synthetic fiber that increases the stretch, durability and breathability of the fabric. It is also very easy to care for and washable.

In the best case, the children’s snowsuit consists of machine-washable materials, such as Baby cotton snowsuits. On Down feed requires more effort. An additional coating Polyurethane can contribute to even better breathability, which reduces the risk of your baby sweating. However, some of these products may have a chemical smell when new. Always make sure that Materials that lie on the skin are made of natural fibers. The selection of organic baby snowsuits is constantly expanding.

Tip: Everyone knows the saying: "There is no bad weather, just the wrong clothes." The A and O of baby snowsuits also includes: "Not too warm and not too cold!" If you feel on the neck of your baby whether he is sweating in a suit – there is a risk of a cold.

3.3. Easy to put on and take off

Many manufacturers advertise that their overalls are particularly easy to put on or take off. But what is the criterion here? While additional push buttons in the crotch are advantageous in rompers, these would only let cold air to the body in a baby winter suit. That is why you should make sure that it is at least a zipper gives. With just one zipper, this should be very long his. Yet Tightening is easier if two zippers running in parallel available.

3.4. Find the right size

It is not always possible to transfer the romper size to the size of the snowsuit. As everywhere in the fashion world, the cuts differ depending on the manufacturer.

Example of a size chart from a manufacturer (here s.Oliver):

Manufacturer size Age in months Height in cm Chest size in cm Waist circumference in cm
50/56 0-2 months 50/56 cm 38 cm 38 cm
62 2-4 months 62 cm 44 cm 44 cm
68 4-6 months 68 cm 46 cm 46 cm
74 6-9 months 74 cm 48 cm 48 cm
80 9-12 months 80 cm 50 cm 50 cm
86 12-18 months 86 cm 52 cm 52 cm
92 18-24 months 92 cm 54-56 cm 54-56 cm

If it is possible for you, you should pay attention to whether the leg and arm lengths are specified in the children’s fashion. This is often not the case, but other customers’ product reviews give you an idea of ​​what the cut will look like.

4. Care and cleaning tips

Baby snowsuits should be easy to clean and care for, because the little ones can easily go wrong. They should be machine washable. The winter suits in our baby snowsuit comparison are machine washable. The best baby snowsuit doesn’t always have to be the most expensive, because a cheap baby snowsuit can also be cleaned easily.

5. Popular manufacturers and brands

  • Columbia
  • Kanz
  • Popbop
  • The Essential Ones
  • Playshoes
  • Ernstings Family
  • Lego Wear
  • Disney
  • Universal textiles
  • natubini
  • Petit Bateau
  • Outburst
  • esprit
  • Baby Waltz
  • H&M
  • Tiny

6. Baby snowsuits at the Stiftung Warentest and Öko-Test

The Stiftung Warentest has so far not chosen a baby snowsuit comparison winner in a baby snowsuit test. Öko-Test also did not carry out a baby snowsuit test. Here at least suits for toddlers were compared. More about the results you’ll find here .

7. Questions and answers

When should your baby wear a snowsuit??

From what size should a baby snowsuit be waterproof?

How are the cuts of the overalls??

What am I pulling my baby under the ski suit?

You can find out more about baby clothes for winter in the following video:


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