Multi-Tasking Must Have Giveaway #4: Ducksday Kid’s Gear

Hey friends! It has been a great week for giveaways! How could it not be?

Today I get to introduce you to Ducksday Kid’s Outdoor Gear and their wind/snow/rain suit.

What is a Ducksday rain suit?

In short, it is a lightweight, one piece suit that is water and wind proof…and folds up into a little built-in pouch! It might be a mommy’s best friend when the weather gets rough.

Features:

  • Soft and Breathable
  • Waterproof zippers
  • Reflector tape on the shoulders for better visibility in low light
  • Elastic stirrups for holding the pant legs down
  • Fun colors and patterns! Ensures I don’t lose my kid on the ski hill :).
  • Adjustable cuffs and hood
  • Reasonable priced
  • Ducksday snow suit features

DucksDay snowsuit with mittens Why is it a Multi-tasking Must Have?

Do I even have to answer this? This light weight suit layers well over warm clothes for skiing, sledding, or snowshoeing. But also provides comfort and warmth on a windy day biking or a rainy beach walk. My favorite use? A one piece, lightweight, SMALL, layer for backpacking. This suit effectively takes the place of three or more layers we usually tote along.

Giveaway!

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Ducksday in Beco carrierThanks to Ducksday and Ollie and Stella Outfitters for providing this giveaway!

35 comments on “Multi-Tasking Must Have Giveaway #4: Ducksday Kid’s Gear
  1. Have been wanting one of these. Our son just outgrew his last rain suit and the rain pants just don’t always cut it. It’s nice to have something that can be used in both rain or snow with layers.

  2. We bike everywhere with a 4 year old and 2 year old. They are squirmy little guys! It’d be nice to have a one piece suit to keep them cozy. We always say: there’s no bad weather, just improper clothing.

  3. My little man would test out every inch of the one piece rain suit in our puddles and the great prints would surely help me spot him the trees.

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  5. I love the gloves they make. The only thing better than them would be to make a winter coat with mittens that are built right in but I’d guess that would add an extra challenge to helping a child get their coat on each time.

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