Review: Dry Kids Coat
Summer is leaving us. I am sorry to deliver this news to you but if you have looked outside in the last few weeks you will have seen the rain. It has been that annoying type of rain where it is wet but still so so warm. This type of weather calls for a good waterproof. I was on the hunt for a good one for Little Man when Dry Kids got in touch with me asking if I would like to review something from their collection. Perfect. I chose one of their waterproof jackets – The Dry Kids Royal Blue Waterproof Jacket.
If you haven’t heard of Dry Kids before they provide a children’s outdoor clothing range. From rain coats to waterproof trousers to all in one waterproofs. They also stock tshirts, fleeces and hats. The jacket we chose is available in pink, green, blue and red in sizes 2 years all the way through to 14 years. Do you remember pac-a-macs? These jackets pack away like those too so they are great to just throw in your bag in case of rain. Little Mans jacket has a foldaway hood (which is a good size, my son has a large head!), pockets and some reflective strips which is a feature I really like.
We have taken this jacket out on a few road tests now and I am really pleased with it. Little Man has been kept totally dry in it and has also been toasty warm. It feels really good quality and looks really lovely on Little Man too. We even road tested it with drippy ice cream and it wiped off perfectly not leaving any marks!
Little Man is nearly 3 and very tall so I got him the jacket in size 3-4 years. It fits great and there is lots of room to grow into it too which is something I really look for with Little Man as he is so long!
Little Mans Dry Kids jacket will become a staple part of his autumn/winter wardrobe and will be with us on many more soggy adventures!
To buy this jacket costs £9.95 which I think is a bargain for a good quality coat.
If you are looking for a classic rain coat or for good quality waterproof and outdoor gear for your kids then go and take a look at Dry Kids. You can visit their website here.