How do I dress my kid in cold weather?

In the winter, dress in layers. As air is the best insulator, make sure the layers aren't too tight.
When the temperature drops below +10 °C, it is good to start wearing a light beanie and gloves. As it gets colder, switch to warmer accessories or layer them: wear thin merinowool mittens underneath and make sure to wear socks with wool.
Increase the warmth of the layers and outerwear the longer you plan on being outside. The younger the children, the warmer they should be dressed. However, when kids play and move a lot, use lighter layers. Babies in prams need an extra layer of warmth – a sleeping bag or a very warm blanket.
For more information, please see our instructions on how to Dress for the weather , or download the free Reima App. You'll get exact weather-based dressing recommendations for your location - so easy even your kid can use it!  Download the Reima App at   App Store |  Google Play
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