2,000-mm coating, seams not taped, water-repellent fabric. Protective hood.
Easy to put on / take off
Full front opening. The elastic stirrup goes under the boot.
Lugiklip system for attaching Lugik kids’ mittens. Mittens not included.
Made from 74% recycled polyester.
High collar on the neck can be converted into a hood for excellent coverage.
Elastic cuffs and hem keep out snow.
Label inside for writing your child’s name.
How can I be sure that my child’s hands stay warm when sledding?
The wadding keeps the body warm. This polyester-based synthetic material traps air according to its thickness. So the thicker the wadding, the more air it contains and the warmer it is. The kids’ snowsuit has 150 g/m² wadding.
How can I be sure that my child stays dry when sledding?
The resistance of a fabric is measured by the height of a water column in mm that can be supported by the fabric (test based on the ISO 811 standard). The higher the pressure, the more waterproof the fabric. Waterproof material with a rating of 2,000 mm withstands the pressure exerted by a 2,000-mm column of water, roughly equivalent to a two-hour shower. It’s a quality guarantee.
How do I ensure my child’s mittens won’t get lost and will keep their hands warm and dry?
Use the Lugiklip system to attach the mittens to the sleeves of the Lugik kids’ snowsuit and jacket.
The fun design of Lugiklip accessories encourages your child to attach the mittens to their sleeves all on their own! Just combine the colours to create the animal heads.
No more lost mittens!
The mittens are not included with the Lugik kids’ snowsuit.
How can I keep snow out of my child’s boots?
Pull the elastic at the bottom of the snowsuit under the boot to keep out snow and cold air.
How to dress your child so they stay warm while sledding
To keep your child warm and dry, we recommend using the 3-technical-layer rule: Layer 1—a thermal base layer to stay dry. Layer 2—an insulating layer to keep heat in. Layer 3—a protective layer to protect against bad weather.
What is water repellency?
A water-repellent fabric doesn’t absorb liquid: the fabric does not soak up water and stays light and breathable. You can see water bead and run off the fabric’s surface. A fabric is made water-repellent by applying a treatment to its outer surface. This treatment needs to be reapplied throughout the product’s lifetime (every 3 washes).
Restoring water repellency
To reactivate its water repellency, wash the garment inside out on a synthetic cycle at 30°C and rinse thoroughly. Use your usual laundry detergent but not fabric softener. Then leave the snowsuit to air dry completely on a drying rack. Finally, turn the garment right side out and tumble dry on low heat for 10 minutes. The heat reactivates the fabric’s water-repellent treatment.
Learn more about sustainable development
Recycling plastic bottles or using partially recycled fabrics to produce our polyester reduces the use of petroleum-based resources while maintaining the material’s performance.
Where can I write my child’s name on this snowsuit?
To personalize the product, write your child’s name the label provided Helps you quickly find the snowsuit at daycare.
Where can I store my child’s pacifier on this snowsuit?
Special hook and loop tab chest pocket for storing their pacifier.