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What would be the best winter outerwear for a walking baby or toddler? Let the experts help you out. The independent Swedish Bäst-i-Test testing site has years of experience in testing snowsuits on real kids, letting them and their parents do the judging. Reima’s classic snowsuit Stavanger has won the test two times, and now it is time for its little sibling, Gotland, to show its strength.

Engineered to perfection by Reima’s product development team, aided by the company’s 75 years of experience, the Gotland snowsuit is another masterpiece of comfort you wish you could experience yourself. But alas, we only offer it in toddler sizes! It comes heavily recommended by the test families, so we recommend you get yours before someone else does ;)

Gotland’s assets according to the testers

  1. “Perfect fit”
    The jury praises the overall for ease of dressing, and marks it masters the art of feeling spacious, yet being flexibly close to the body.

  2. “Very easy to keep clean”
    The safe, non-fluorinated surface treatment lets you cut down on the washing and just quickly rinse or wipe the surface clean. This helps save time, water, and detergent.

  3. “Just the right warmth”
    The warm, fluffy insulation bends with the child and keeps its fluff in washes. There is an extra layer of insulation at the seat, to ensure sitting in the sledge or snow will be fun for longer.

  4. “Amazingly waterproof"
    The safe, fluorocarbon-free waterproof membrane on the reverse of the fabric is breathable for comfort yet gives a reliable water column of 15,000 mm. With waterproof seams, this is more than enough for a toddler to splash around freely.

  5. ”Makes dressing a snowsuit a pleasure”
    The elastic arm and leg ends are precisely tight enough, but not so tight you’d need to struggle when pulling them over mittens and boot shafts. The long zipper helps as well.

Gotland is availabe in sizes 74 - 98 cmand comes in 6 different colours

Gotland is availabe in
sizes 74 - 98 cm and comes
in 6 different colours

Read the official test here, note in Swedish.