PatagoniaHi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting - Infant Boys'

Weather the winter.

A hand-knit bunting courtesy of friends or family sure is nice, but the Patagonia Hi-Loft Infant Boys' Down Sweater Bunting takes warmth, comfort, and simplicity to the next level. The 20D polyester fabric is finished with a water-resistant DWR coating and filled with fully traceable 600-fill duck down to keep your munchkin warm and dry. Meanwhile, the fleece-lined hood and fold-over hand and foot covers prevent their little fingers and toes from getting chilly. Best of all, this bunting has dual front zippers that make getting it on and off a piece of cake so you can forget about those diaper time maladies.

  • Keep your growing tot warm with this bunting
  • Traceable down is consciously acquired and maintains warmth
  • Three-panel hood is endowed with high-pile fleece
  • Full-length zippers feature internal wind flaps
  • Generous length maintains defense regardless of age
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

They should make an adult version

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

I have the 12-18 mo girl version of this suit and loved it so much that I just bought this one (the 24 mo boy version) for next year. This runs large and my child doesn't grow that quickly, so I know it will fit her next year. Every time I put my toddler in this, people constantly come up and tell me three things:

1. how adorable my child is (obviously)

2. how warm my adorable child looks

3. how they wish they had a puff suit like this in their size (probably hoping to be as adorable as my child)

We live in a land where -16 is a considered a warm day. This snowsuit keeps my toddler and baby warm and snuggly (we have a separate suit for the baby, I don't try to fit them both in the same one). It washes well and dries quickly. I can personally attest to being able to dry it with a hand dryer in less than 20 minutes after the top half took a dip in the toilet (I am now starting to understand why one piece suits might not be ideal for a potty training toddler. Lesson learned).

They should make an adult version

Toasty

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I put my 16 month old in this outfit and can take him for walks when it is 25 degrees out. We got snowed on fairly hard one day on a walk and he didn't show any signs of being cold by the time we got home.

Looking forward to using this camping.

Interesting Look But So Warm!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: 12M

Yeah yeah, I know that the Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting makes our kids/toddlers/newborns look like a bunch of large different colored marshmallows. Outside of the interesting look, everything else about the bunting is pretty aces. The 600 fill down kept my littlest one warm in temps down past 20 degree F and the polyester outer material is more waterproof than one would think for a down piece. The fit is pretty close to right on if not slightly large and I know as well that the closure system takes a certain finesse to use at first but it can be gotten used to.

So cute!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

I got this for my niece and she is ADORABLE in this little outfit. She'll definitely have to grow into a little bit more (She's 20 months and the 18-24 months is still a tad bit too big on her). It's nice and warm, lets you have nice mittens and boots, and will last a long time.

For those super super cold days

    These are amazing!