Make sure your little bundle of joy's first experiences playing in the snow are good ones. The Canada Goose Infant Boys' Lamb Snowsuit takes care of him while he makes snow men and snow angels, or just flops over awkwardly in the snow. Either way, you'll be psyched to see him get up with a grin on his face, thanks to the Lamb Snowsuit.The outer layer of the Lamb Snowsuit is polyester with a touch of cotton for a soft feel. The fabric is coated with a washer-safe water-resistant treatment to hold the elements at bay. The snowsuit is lined with a smooth, durable nylon plain-weave fabric that's soft to the touch and won't cause irritation, even if it contacts bare skin. Of course, the real story is the insulation. Canada Goose uses high-quality 625-fill white duck down. Down is extremely lightweight and packable, and locks in warmth as well as any insulation on the market. Canada Goose also filled the hood with white duck down, then gave it a toasty coyote fur ruff that can be removed for easy cleaning. The snowsuit also includes reflective piping on the opening cuff edges and pant legs to make your child more visible, and a goose I. D. hand-me-down label on the interior make the bunting easily identifiable. For added comfort, Canada Goose included recessed stretch fleece cuffs that convert to warming hand covers, snow-blocking boot gaiters, and a soft brushed tricot lining at the chin and the back of the neck.
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