Outerwear Details That Make the Difference
Lightweight flexible fabrics for coats and winter trousers that children can feel free in and are happy to wear. The secret to the warmth is windproof and breathable insulation
Velvety chinguards to prevent chafing and encourage children to keep their coat zipped up when the wind starts to bite
Double zips on baby and toddler outwear are handy for changing and also for navigating pram and car seat straps. Keep baby cool when you enter a warm shop or cafe
Extra durable sections at knees and seat so you don’t have to worry about somebody having fun crawling outdoors and slip sliding down a wintery slope
Detachable hoods are safer for young adventurers. Adjustable hoods are appreciated in wild weather
Reflectives on outerwear not just at the back, but at the front and sides too for extra visibility on those dark winter nights, be safe be seen!
Padded garments – warm yet lightweight and flexible…no Michelin men here just kids who can move around easily and are happy to wear their PO.P coat
Adjustable cuffs and thumb grips on coats and fleece. Keeps out the wind, helps you pull on an outer layer and also holds back growing room
Stirrups on waterproof trousers – good for keeping out the water and also for securing wellie boots
Extra large zip pulls – on coats and outerwear to help little ones dress themselves
Anti-dirt finish to outerwear so you can easily wipe away mud and stains without washing too often
Coats and winter trousers with pre-bent arms and knees for easy movement. Kids are usually happy to keep a PO.P coat on because it feels free and nice
Rain shouldn't stop play! That's why our rainwear is perfectly puddle proof. Because although jumping in puddles is fun, feeling soggy isn't!
Wellies with a puller to help get them on and a heel grip for pushing them off again independently. They also have an extra deep grip on the sole
Layering retains heat, leads moisture away from the body and keeps rain and snow at bay. Add or remove a layer when there is a change in weather or activity levels. As easy as 1,2,3.
Merino wool can be considered nature’s perfect insulator that keeps kids warm when the weather gets chilly and cool when it warms up. It’s worked for sheep for centuries! As an added bonus, Merino keeps its shape too.