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Baby, It’s Cold Outside! Lands’ End Warm, Warmer, & Warmest Coat Options for Kids

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Happy Wednesday!

Is it cold where you live? It is very cold and snowing here in Detroit. The Tennessean in me is not accustomed to all of this snow, especially before Christmas. I’m also still not used to how cold it gets here in Michigan. Brr!

This cold, snowy weather means two things: (1) “CHRISTMAS” – according to my five-year-old who likes to yell this every time she sees the snow; and (2) we need to get our winter gear!

Wisconsin-based outerwear retailer Lands’ End knows a thing or two about winter. The state of Wisconsin is known to get some pretty cold weather and quite a bit of snow. That would make Lands’ End quite the expert when it comes to making winter gear.

“At Lands’ End we understand how cold winter can be and the importance of staying warm and dry. We are able to leverage our personal experiences and incorporate our customer’s feedback to design outerwear collections for women, men and kids to perform in all weather conditions,” said Chieh Tsai, senior vice president of design, Lands’ End.

“Customers can easily shop for outerwear with the online shopping tools and coat finder, identifying the best coats based on style, functionality and weather needs.”

If you’re looking for winter coats for your children, here’s a list of coats Lands’ End recommends.

 

Lands’ End Warm, Warmer, and Warmest Coat Options

I love how Lands’ End makes it easier to find a coat for each type of cold weather you will experience in the winter. Lands’ End coat guide is categorized as “warm, warmer, and warmest” and a coat style is listed under each category.

Stay warm out there and have fun! 

xoxo

 

 

 

 

Warm: Boys’ and Girls’ PrimaLoft Hybrid Jacket

 

This jacket combines the cozy comfort of a fleece that kids love with the protection and featherweight warmth of 60-gram PrimaLoft®insulation. The soft-brushed fleece side panels are anti-pilling and antistatic.

 

Girls’ Primaloft Hybrid Jacket, $79.95

Boys’ Primaloft Hybrid Jacket, $79.95

 

 

Warmer: Girls’ and Boys’ PrimaLoft® Packable Jacket

 

 

Kids will love having this jacket handy wherever they go — it packs into its own right-side pocket making it easy to carry and store. It’s ready when a cold front rolls in, providing protection from the elements. The polyester shell sheds the wet stuff, while the 100-gram PrimaLoft® insulation keeps it cozy without adding bulk.

 

 

Girls Packable Primaloft Jacket, Reg. $69 On sale for $49.97

 

Boys’ Packable Primaloft Jacket, $69.95

 

 

 

Warmest: Kid’s Squall Parka 

 

 

When choosing the best protection in a winter coat for kids, the decision comes down to two key words: “warm” and “dry.” That’s why Lands’ End built kids’ Squall® Parkas with premium, bulk-free insulation and an ultra-durable, waterproof nylon shell with tons of kid-friendly features like Grow-a-Long™ sleeves that extend 1.5″ for those sudden growth spurts, and SnowGuard™ sleeve cuffs to lock out cold and snow.

 

 

Girls’ Squall Parka, $99.95

 

 

Boys’ Squall Parka, $99.95 – $109

 

 

 

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SOURCE: Lands’ Ends 

 

 

Psst! — Here’s a gift guide for Baby’s 1st Christmas and unique gifts for the person who has everything.

 

 

 


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