Get Ready for the Winter with Dare 2b

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Winter is on its way, which means cold temperatures, wind and snowfall are just around the corner. I have already experienced snow not too long ago and although I’m not looking forward to more, it’s great to be prepared. Introducing Dare 2b, the company that is famous for their snow gear. Dare 2b’s new kids’ apparel focuses on comfort, protection, and style. The bright colors and unique designs are guaranteed to get noticed on the playground or the slopes, while the technical features and quality ensure all-day comfort and play-ability. Dare 2b, one of the U.K.’s hottest young snow and ski brands, expands its U.S. kids’ offering this year. The line consists of outstanding products for mountain shredding, recess shenanigans, snowman building… without the high price tag. They are available in both boys and girls designs from size 3 – 12 years.

My brother Mikael was sent the Boys Get Set Jacket in his favorite color blue. Whether you’re ready for any outdoor activity from skiing to sledding to snowman making, the Get Set is the jacket for you.

The Get Set is waterproof and truly designed to keep the wet out. A long lasting durable water repellent treatment is also adhered to the top of the fabric to ensure liquids roll of the surface.After all you don’t want to be outside in the snow and wet. Nothing brings on the chill faster than that. It is also breathable with a 4-way stretch fabric to accommodate long days of activity. With winter kids tend to be indoors a lot more, this way they can be outdoors doing what they do best. Having fun!

The Get Set is not only waterproof but it is also windproof. Once the wind rolls in, a sunny day on the slopes can turn cold in a hurry. The Get Set is designed to be windproof so that your little one won’t be able to feel the chill. It also has a high loft polyester insulation which keeps him warm as well.

Just like Dad’s coat, the Get Seat features taped seams, articulated sleeves, detachable hood, pit zips, adjustable cuffs, high loft insulation, detachable snow skirt and an internal pocket with MP3 port (age 7+) and more.  It also have strategically placed panels to ensure that your little one won’t feel restricted.

One of the feature that we liked was the reflective detail of this jacket, making your little one highly visible. There were also lots of pockets for storage. Your little one won’t run out of room in this very beautiful jacket.

Owning a Dare 2b jacket would be one of the best purchase you can make for your little one this winter. Not only is it practical but they would be so styling as well. With jacket styles for every occasion, whether it be for those residing in Alaska or those in sunny Florida you’ll find the perfect choice for you. While shopping for your little one you can also grab one for you as well after all kids like looking just like mom and dad.

My brother Mikael is truly enjoying his jacket and has worn his to school. Yes we have had snow here in Colorado already and being told that this winter is going to be a bad one, he is all set and ready with his Get Set. Dare 2b gets his BIG KIDS THUMBS UP!

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