Waterproof Childrens Clothing with Dry Kids – Review and Giveaway

Like most five year old children, O loves to go out and jump around in puddles.  In epic Peppa pig style, he loves not much more than to pull on his welly boots and displace water from potholes.  So when Dry Kids got in touch asking us to review their waterproof  childrens clothing sets, I jumped at the chance – think of all the mud stains I could prevent!

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

The waterproof jacket and trouser set are great to wear over clothes and the sizing is generous.  O is a tall 5 year old and is generally now in age 6-7 sized clothes, but the size 5-6 years fits just right.  I love that there are a range of colours available and red is such a lovely unisex colour.  It’s so bright too – it stands out against a dark rain cloud!  The fabric is quite soft and feels nice to wear – O has worn the set over t-shirt and shorts some days and says it isn’t scratchy but soft on his skin.

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

Look at the joy on his face!  The Dry Kids Waterproof jacket has elasticated cuffs to prevent water getting inside, and the trousers have an elasticated waistband and poppers on the ankles.  We found that tucking the trousers into wellies isn’t a way to keep dry during puddle-jumping adventures…  O’s socks were a little bit soggy!

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

The jacket and trouser set coped well with the rain and O stayed perfectly dry.  Our trusty British summertime gave us plenty of puddles but it didn’t prevent O’s fun.  The hood is adjustable around the face and fastens with velcro across the chin.  It does hide O’s mouth so I asked him to unfasten is so that I could capture his smiles and hear him speak.  The hood tucks away around the neck so it doesn’t need to be flapping around during a dry spell.

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

Whilst out on our wet weather walk, we spotted a handful of these little baby toads!  How cute?!  This one stopped and eyed us up and down for a while before jumping into a drain…  Poor thing!  O gave him the name Stuart and then proceeded to jump around like a frog…  He’s a daft lad.

Dry Kids Waterproof Childrens Clothing

In my opinion, this jacket and trouser set of waterproof childrens clothing by Dry Kids is really worth the investment.  The sizing is generous so should last a good while and the quality of the product is great.  Personally, I think the trousers work better worn outside the wellies but the soggy socks isn’t the fault of the product!

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40 thoughts on “Waterproof Childrens Clothing with Dry Kids – Review and Giveaway

  1. If the rain is torrential then do some baking, play some family games or do some art work. If the rain is not too bad get out in it and splash in some puddles!

  2. Take layers as running around in the rain can cause you to get quite warm 🙂 we love getting outside in the rain.

  3. Save indoor activities for rainy days, such as the cinema or an indoor play centre.

  4. Go out anyway – Wear some good waterproofs – Kids Love Puddles and the playground will be empty!

  5. Lots of puddle jumping ofcourse 🙂 Thank you so much for the chance would be perfect for my son x

  6. A day at the beach -we love walking the dog on the beach in the rain – it is so invigorating

  7. We often go to our local swimming pool on a rainy day…so the rain outside is nothing compared to how wet we get inside 😉

  8. Muddy puddles! Wrap up your little ones in waterproof clothes and wellies – then go jumping in muddy puddles. It is so much fun, and a bath afterwards gets everyone warm again

  9. We do craft and baking. The children have fun and there’s a delicious treat at the end of it.

  10. Have a fun day jumping in puddles with your wellies then come home to a nice hot chocolate

  11. Then splash in as many puddles as you can fine. Then go home dry off and snuggle up in the warm x

  12. Put waterproofs on and have fun splashing in the puddles. Afterwards will warm up with a cup of hot chocolate and biscuits xxx

  13. Get the waterproofs and welly boots on. There is no such things as bad weather only unsuitable clothing (the wise words of billy connelly)

  14. wrap up warm and dry, nd go and play in some puddles, if the rain is too bad do something with them to keep them occupied.

  15. Boardgames and playdoh, failing that put on a waterproof outfit and go out in the garden and dance 🙂 lol

  16. Stay in doors and have a game and activity day. If need to go out waterproof clothing, wellies and umbrellas

  17. inside activities in the morning then out after lunch to play if you do get wet even with waterproofs you can come home to an early bath and pjs

  18. Get the wellies on and get the kids outdoors. They love a bit of rain and have a great time.

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