The North Face Infant's Insulated Toasty Toes Bunting
While your little one is probably too young for ski school, it's never too early for the extra thermal warmth of this Infant Insulated Toasty Toes Bunting from The North Face. It features soft, quilted polyester fleece combined with toasty Heatseeker Aero insulation. While exterior fabric on the Infant Insulated Toasty Toes Bunting features a DWR (Durable Water Resistant) finish, this outfit isn't windproof. During outdoor excursions many parents combine the Infant Insulated Toasty Toes Bunting with several additional blankies. The North Face added a distinct asymmetrical front zipper that helps keep chilly zippers away from your baby's chin. This front zipper design also facilitates easy removal during diaper and clothing changes. Along the cuffs are foldover mitts and booties, allowing you to protect tiny feet and hands depending on winter weather conditions. Whether you're heading up to the mountains for a family ski retreat or staying around town for winter play dates, The North Face Infant Insulated Toasty Toes Bunting is a warmer alternative to traditional four-season infant and toddler clothing.
- Body fabric: 100% polyester fleece treated with a DWR finish
- Insulation: 120 g Heatseeker® Aero in the torso and sleeves
- Asymmetric full zip front for easy entry and exit
- Quilted body construction to retain thermal warmth
- Foldover mitts at sleeves and foldover booties at feet
- Binding along cuffs and hood
- Reflective piping on hood
- The North Face embroidered logo on chest and back
- ID label
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- April 9 2011
A must have for an active toddler
My son weared this bunting every day during this winter. He had another snow suit, but this was so superior that we rearly used that other one. I bought the 12-18 mo size for my toddler. He was 16 mo old in December, 2010. At the beginning it was a little bit big (he is tall but skinny), but then he could still wear it in March, when we had a bad snow storm. Next year he probably can`t wear it any more, but I am sure I`ll be able to use it for my next baby. I washed it several times but still looks like new :) I would recommend it to any active families with small kids.
- December 1 2010
This snowsuit is a good weight. Not too heavy, but not too light. The fit is more like a 12 month.