Best Ski & Snowboard Jackets to Keep Your Children Warm

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Burton, Canada Goose, Fjällräven, Kids, Marmot, The North Face. Best Ski & Snowboard Jackets to Keep Your Children Warm

Winter is on its way and soon the ground will be covered with snow. Temperatures have slowly started to drop. While some might be dreading the arrival of winter, others are getting ready to head to the slopes. Besides equipment, taking on the mountain requires wearing the right apparel.

From boots to ski pants, socks, sweaters and mittens, bundling up the right way makes all the difference. Whether they’re taking their first descent or returning for a new season, a good jacket should be at the top of your ski apparel checklist. Here’s our selection of the best ski and snowboard jackets to keep your kids warm on the hill this winter.

 

The North Face Clement Triclimate – Boy’s

Waterproof, wear-resistant, windproof, breathable, durable. You’ll have your boy’s ready to carve some fresh powder with the Clement Triclimate from The North Face. The 3-in-1 jacket features DryVent protection on the outer shell and Heatseeker Eco insulation on the mid-layer that combine to get the job done. The jacket features slope-ready features and a style that will look good on and off the mountain.

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Marmot Guides Down Hoody – Boy’s

Your boys are sure to steal the show on the slopes with this stylish insulated hoody. The Guides Down Hoody from Marmot offers premium 700-fill power down insulation with a durable water-repellent treatment in colours that are sure to stand out in the snow. The lining and exterior are made from a durable polyester, with plenty of features to keep them happy in the cold winter months.

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Volcom Sass’N’Fras Insulated Jacket

Designed for girls looking to take on the slopes in style, The Volcom Sass’N’Fras insulated jacket is a perfect choice. This warm, weatherproof winter jacket has plenty of insulation, and ski-ready features, like a helmet-compatible hood, and an adjustable powder skirt. Whether your girls like to stand out or blend in, the Sass’N’Fras comes in a range of colours that’ll look good on the mountain and in the streets.

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Helly Hansen Summit Winter Jacket – Big Kids

The Summit Winter Jacket for Big Kids by Helly Hansen, will have your kids feeling warm and looking stylish as they take on their first descent. It high loft synthetic insulation that will keep them going on the hill all day long. Helly Hansen has been outfitting seafarers for years, and the tightly-sealed waterproof construction is the same in their ski gear. With slope-ready features like a powderskirt and a ski pass pocket, you’ll have a hard time getting them off the hill.

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Columbia Buga II Suit

The Buga II Suit from Columbia gives your kids total coverage as they take on the mountain. Omni-Tech seam sealed waterproof protection covers them from head-to-toe, as does Microtemp XF II insulation. It has plenty of ski-ready features like a removable, adjustable hood, reinforced seat and knees, and gusseted detailing. Columbia’s OUTGROWN growth system extends the suit at the arms and legs to keep them covered for seasons to come.

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Burton Minishred Illusion One Piece

To make sure you little girl stays warm on the hill, make sure to suit her up in the Minishred Illusion One Piece. This suit from Burton has a DRYRIDE 2L waterproof protection and ultra-warm Thermacore insulation. The full body suit keeps their whole body covered and ensures that snow and cold stay out. With an expandable hood gaiter and handwarmer pockets, they’ll be ready to hit the slopes at the drop of the first snowflake.

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Get Ready For Winter

Get your kids ready to take on the slopes with the right gear. Staying warm from head to toe is important, and makes all the difference when facing cold weather on the ski hill. Having a good ski or snowboard jacket that can keep up with them is the key to a fun-filled winter. Make sure they have everything they need this winter and check out our full range of ski and snowboard gear.

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There is 2 thoughts on this article titled “Best Ski & Snowboard Jackets to Keep Your Children Warm”.

  1. Moving to canada soon…Looking for winter clothes for family. Any suggestions….We come from the caribbean so you get the idea….Need to keep warm.

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