LONDON FOG Machine Washable Silver Foil Toddler Snow Suit

Last updated date: May 16, 2022

DWYM Score

9.7

LONDON FOG Machine Washable Silver Foil Toddler Snow Suit

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Overall Take

This two-piece toddler snow suit not only keeps your little one warm, but also looking their best. The jacket can worn alone when traveling back and forth to school or with the snowsuit when tubing or learning how to ski. The inner lining of both pieces is warm and super soft against the skin.


In our analysis of 7 expert reviews, the LONDON FOG Machine Washable Silver Foil Toddler Snow Suit placed 1st when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

This Snowsuit with Snowbib and Puffer Jacket from London Fog is the perfect jacket for chilly days and nights. Great quality, great style.

Expert Reviews

User Summarized Score

9.6
1,637 user reviews

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An Overview On

Snow bibs are not exactly the same as snowsuits. The bibs are like ski pants, but with more coverage, with a look similar to overalls. They can feel bulky under ski jackets, which can be constraining for skiers. Snowsuits look more like coveralls.

Infant and toddler snowsuits are sold in sizes 0 to 24 months, and 2T to 6T, respectively. After that, you can choose from little kid sizes (4 to 6X) and big kid/tweens (7 to 16), as well as extended sizes (18 to 20). Snowsuits are one the warmest kinds of outdoor wear, but keep in mind that when the child is still in diapers, taking a snowsuit on and off can be inconvenient.

Snow bib sets that come with jackets are perfect for when kids get overheated from play; simply take off the jacket and put it somewhere it won’t get lost. Bibs are a good option for children, as they have adjustable straps that can be let out as kids grow.

The Buying Guide

  • Snowsuits and bibs can be toasty warm, but little ones should not wear them in car seats, since they can interfere with the car seat harness adjustment or prevent proper safety mechanisms in the event of an accident. Let small children wear thinner winter jackets while traveling in car seats, and switch to the heavier ones after getting them out.
  • Buy a snow bib or snow bib set up a size (as long as it isn’t far too large). With proper care, it should last for two or more seasons.
  • If the bib or jacket gets stained, try wiping it down with a damp cloth first. You may be able to avoid having to put it in the washing machine.