I have the synchilla jacket in a women's small and decided to get this one in a childs xxl on a whim. It is extremely warm, I layered it with a lightweight jacket and was fine…
- Madelaine, 11/23/14
Well when you have little ones, it's always best to dress to impress. Not only do they look good wearing the Snap T, but will keep the tears away so you can concentrate on so…
- Deborah, 11/04/14
Purchased this for my grandson and he loves it.…
- Diane, 12/14/14
Perfect fleece for a kid on the go. It is comfy and warm enough for our fall weather. Fits true to size.…
- Alisha, 11/04/14
La Porte, IN
Bought this for my daughter because I got one like it for her mother for Christmas and she had to have one too and she loves it and wears it often.…
- CHRIS, 02/11/15
Material is very soft and warm. The built in mittens and footies are awesome and the snap closure makes it easy to get on a squirmy baby.…
- Lauren, 11/09/14
About Kids' Sweatshirts and Hoodies for Boys and Girls:
When I was a kid, my favorite sweatshirt was a hoody that had mysteriously appeared in a locker room while I was playing hockey. That sweatshirt got me through some tough times and was present for some awesome childhood memories. The point that I am trying to make is that a great hoody is more than just something that is comfortable that fits well and makes you look cool, it’s something that becomes a part of you and that you bring life to in a form of cozy symbiosis.
The best sweatshirts are cherished by kids, and for good reason. Who wouldn’t love an article of clothing that makes you look cool and relaxed at the same time? Especially if it has a hood to keep your ears warm and pockets to hold all of your treasures.
Hoodies are also great because they can be used with layers to make winter sports more comfortable and fun. All this talk about how awesome and useful they are is making me super jealous, which brings me to my final point: Sweatshirts are so cool that other kids will be totally jealous of your kid, leading to things like being first picked in gym class and being asked to hang out after school to play paintball or build a potato cannon.