We are officially TWO weeks away from Christmas Eve, and time is running out to finish your holiday shopping lists! In today’s post, I’m sharing some of my favorite winter wear from Backcountry that would make for some warm and practical gifts for the entire family! You can use code STYLEDPRESS15 for 15% off your order as well! (Some exclusions apply).
We took Keldon out to play in the snow this weekend which was his 2nd go at it, and he enjoyed it way more than when I took him out the first time last Monday, haha! It just took him a little bit to warm up. 🙂 We ordered him this Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting, and while he definitely has a little room to grow in it (runs large – he has the size 6-12 months), it did its job! I love that the sleeves can fold into mittens, because little mittens do not stay on very well on little hands! I also love that its waterproof and super warm; Keldon stayed very cozy while we were playing outside! He wore it with his new Sorel Commander Snow Boots (how could this Sorel-obsessed mama not get her little some Sorels?)!
Winter wear gift guide for babies/toddlers:
I’ve been looking for a nice quality puffer vest, and fell in love with this Patagonia Bivy Vest in the ‘Sisu Brown’ color! Super warm and awesome quality. It has a cute camouflage print lining, too! True to size, I have a small. I also love the khaki color available! I paired it with the Free People Moonshine Long Sleeve Top which is awesome for layering! Runs large, size down (I have the XS). I’m also wearing my Marmot Beanie (also seen in this post) and the best Snow boots for trekking in the snow – the Sorel Joan of Arctic Boots (true to size)!
Winter wear gift guide for women:
Tom was due for a new winter coat, and he loved the men’s Patagonia Ithmus Parka look and practicality. It’s fleece lined in the body and hood, waterproof, and keeps him warm (even with the bitter MN winter temps)! Runs true to size, he is wearing the size large in the ‘Mojave Khaki’ color.
Winter wear gift guide for men:
A big thanks to Backcountry for partnering on this post! As always, all opinions are my own.