Molo Polaris Snowsuit - Toddler Girls'

Molo Polaris Snowsuit - Toddler Girls'
Molo Polaris Snowsuit - Toddler Girls'
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Polaris Snowsuit - Toddler Girls' by Molo
Ski days with your little one are usually comprised of a run down the bunny hill followed by snow angels and a ride on the sled before you can coax her downhill on skis again. So when you need to prepare for a full day in the snow, reach for the Molo Toddler Girls' Polar Snowsuit. Made with a waterproof, breathable fabric and critically taped seams, this snowsuit protects your little bunny from wind and moisture while she learns to play in the snow. Thinsulate insulation and a fleece lining give the snowsuit plenty of warmth, so she won't fuss due to the cold. Additionally, Molo equipped the Polar Snowsuit with a number of functional features to keep your little girl comfortable. Its allover botanical print and iconic star reflectors ensure she stays visible when scooting around in low light conditions on the mountain or sledding hill. A removable hood provides extra weather protection and ensures wearing versatility. Storm flaps at the legs seal out snow, while rubber stirrups at the feet keep her pant legs from riding up whether she's practicing her pizzas on the ski hill or chasing the dog around the backyard.

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