Closeouts. Perfect for wintertime antics, White Sierra's insulated bib snow suit fits under a winter jacket to keep your child warm when the weather's not. Hypoallergenic insulation traps body heat to keep little limbs warm.
Reviewed by Mom McDonald from Ohio on Saturday, January 24, 2015
I had bought these for my older son last year for his first "Alaskan" hike with the Boy Scouts. They worked out so well that I bought his younger brother a pair this year. Perfect fit, durable and warm!
Reviewed by blueschoolmomma from Ohio on Monday, January 12, 2015
This is our second pair of these. They hold up well for my rough and tumble boys. I bought the xl size for my 10 year old who wears a size 14/16 and he'll have room to wear them this winter and next. They are warm, waterproof and well made. Great buy!
Reviewed by Smith gang 4 from Northern California on Friday, January 2, 2015
Love STP's values, especially on kids snow gear that they grow out of so quickly! The bibs were warm enough and fit well. My only suggestion (complaint) is no pockets and no hooks for lift tickets. They were such a great price I can't really complain though!
Reviewed by Nooley from Wisconsin on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
I ordered these pants as well as a Marker brand pant, one for each of my sons. The White Sierra wasn't nearly as thin and cheap as I was worried it would be in comparison to the more expensive brand. In fact the fabric of both was very similar and I believe just as durable in the White Sierra. I liked that there was at least one pocket on these, although it was in the back of the pant. They adjust nicely and only time will tell, but they seem like they will hold up to the hard playing my son will put these through. For the $17 I paid for them, it was a fantastic deal!!
Reviewed by Grizfisher from Boulder, CO on Tuesday, December 23, 2014
My daughter has an average build for age 11 (actually right at average height and weight for her age per her doctor) and the larges were way too big in the waist and length. We tried the medium first and they were too short. If your kid is overweight these will be good. If they are slim, or even average, I'd suggest looking elsewhere. They do seem well constructed
Reviewed by Siu from NYC on Monday, December 15, 2014
The bib seems like it's well made and even includes side pockets but the issue I have is the sizing. The description was too vague and the Small was way too big for my 5 year old. I'm going to keep it since he will eventually grow into it in a year or two but I wish the sizing was more clear.