These Snowsuits Will Keep Your Little One Warm and Cozy This Winter

It may be cold outside, but that shouldn't stop you and your little one from having some fun in the snow! We've rounded up our favorite snowsuits and buntings for infants and toddlers so your kiddos can stay warm while sledding, making snow angels, and building snowmen.

toddler in the snow wearing a red snowsuit on a sled
The North Face Thermoball Eco Bunting from Nordstrom photo

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The North Face Thermoball Bunting

Your little one will stay warm and dry while matching the snow in this adorable white bunting by The North Face. The recycled insulation is highly compressible, making this one-piece ideal for travel. It features fold-over mitts and booties and elastic at the ankles, wrists, and hood to retain heat. Available in sizes 0–24 months. ($120;

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Patagonia Infant Girls' Hi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting from Dick's Sporting Goods photo

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Patagonia Down Bunting

This pretty in pink Patagonia bunting isn't just cute; it'll help protect your child from blustery winds and cold temperatures, too. It features a fleece-lined hood, down insulation, and two zippers for easy dressing. Available in sizes up to 18 months. ($112, was $149;

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Infants' and Toddlers' Cold Buster Snowsuit from L.L. Bean photo

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L.L. Bean Snowsuit

This wind- and water-resistant snowsuit is perfect for your little one's first snow day. Insulated with Thinsulate, this snowsuit has reinforced knees, seat, and cuffs to stand up to play and features elastic cuffs and waist to prevent the cold from seeping in. Available in three colors in infant and toddler sizes starting at six months. ($79;

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Eddie Bauer Classic Down Snowsuit photo

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Eddie Bauer Down Snowsuit

Your infant will look cute and cozy in this 650 fill down snowsuit. It's insulated without being bulky, and it has a fleece lining for added warmth. Choose from pink, gray, or blue (in sizes up to 18 months), and don't forget to pick up a pair of winter boots so your little one can romp around in the snow. ($32, was $80;

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Infant Pike Lake Convertible Onesie from Columbia photo

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Columbia Convertible Onesie

If you have a child who doesn't like feeling restricted, this ingenious snowsuit will keep them both comfortable and warm. You can easily switch between a bag and footed bunting with this convertible Columbia onesie. Optional snaps allow you to go back and forth between the two styles effortlessly to best suit your little one's needs. It features Thermarator insulation and a sherpa-pile lining to keep your baby extra cozy. ($42, was $60;

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Baby ColdControl Ultra Max Down Snowsuit from Gap photo

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Gap Down Snowsuit

Snuggle them up in style with this patterned snowsuit from Gap. This cute snowsuit is available in three patterns and features down insulation with a fleece lining to keep little ones warm. It has a hood, elastic cuffs, and removable booties, but be sure to grab a pair of mittens to keep their little fingers warm. Available in sizes 0–24 months. ($63–$64, was $98;

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