Kids Outerwear and Outdoor Gear

We know that warm kids are happy kids (and happy kids make for great trips), so we offer the best in kids outerwear from top brands like Obermeyer, Spyder, The North Face, 686, Burton, and Jupa. We also carry some of the most technical kids outdoor gear and clothing available – check out our full line of kids ski gear and kids snowboarding gear. So, whether you’re searching for kids ski jackets or a first pair of kids ski boots, Peter Glenn has you covered.

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"Fit great!"

I'm a 5'0, 90 pound female and these pants fit me great. The legs are a little baggy, but that's probably perfect for the boys these are meant to fit.

Posted by Amy M. from Tampa, FL on 04/14/2014 - 11:19pm
"Lime fabric snags but warm and comfortable"

My son really enjoyed skiing in these pants. It was spring skiing in CO so we didn't test them during the midwest polar vortex, but they were very comfortable and adjustable. The bright color made him easy to see. I am returning them for a different color, however, b/c the lime green fabric snags and pills exceedingly easily making it look ragged and old. The pilling appeared almost immediately in random places under the jacket, between the legs, and near any velcro on the pants. The fabric also snags and thread tags appeared. This is not a shiny nylon but a softer, looser weave. Pretty, but it doesn't hold up very well all things considered. Based on customer service, I'm not the only one with this issue. CS was very helpful and gracious and are allowing me to exchange them for the red, which I have been told appears to be a different fabric and a tighter weave. I love that Obermeyer has I-Grow extendable cuffs.

Posted by Kristen from St. Paul, MN on 04/14/2014 - 2:21pm
"Great product and service"

Adorable jacket. Excellent quality.

Posted by judy from Colorado on 04/02/2014 - 1:53pm
"Great ski pants"

We went skiing in the rain and my son stayed dry in these pants! Size runs slightly large.

Posted by erin from ridgewood on 04/01/2014 - 6:29pm
"Great Top"

Bought this layering top for a ski trip to Vermont. My son loves it and he was warm the entire time. The design is really cool and we got a lot of complements. Great buy.

Posted by MommyPoo from Harrisburg, Pa on 03/29/2014 - 11:02am
"Great product"

These ski pants are worth the price if you live in cold climate. in Canada Old Navy/Walmart crap just isn't gonna keep your kid warm and dry. You have to go with the name brand expensive stuff (which I hate to pay for but it's freezing/melting/freezing every few days) I bought a few sizes too HUGE and these fit generous compared to other brands but I roll the bottom straps to the smallest setting. My child is 43 inches tall, 45 lbs and 3.5 years old. I bought a size 7 for next winter lol. Yup, he looks funny but guess what kids grow, who woulda known?

Posted by ;l;l; from Toronto on 03/27/2014 - 9:16pm
"Love these mittens "

I got these for my 3 and 5 year old kids and love them!! They are nice and warm (we live in maine and are outside all the time!) and I love how they go up the forearm so they don't fall off a easily. Great choices of color and price was great with free shipping. I got them really fast too!! Don't hesitate buying these. You won't regret it!!

Posted by Teripsu94 from Maine on 03/26/2014 - 7:26am
"LOVED THEM!"

My son loved the design on it, but as a mom I loved how it was long enough to cover our his jacket when we went snowboarding.

Posted by Jennifer Yang from United States on 03/25/2014 - 10:54am
"Soft, sturdy mild winter mittens"

These are nice mittens and will do well in Washington, D.C. winter which is somewhat mild. I think they are good for above freezing weather.

Posted by Effie from United States on 03/25/2014 - 10:12am
"Love this jacket!"

My 13 year old son loves this ski jacket. The bright color makes it easy to find him on the mountain. It keeps him warm and is not too bulky.

Posted by Michele from Florida on 03/25/2014 - 9:53am