The children were sent matching Puddleflex jackets in yellow, and matching Puddlestomper yellow lightning bolt wellies. Twinning is winning after all! We put them to the test last week on our adventure to the National Trust’s beautiful property in West Yorkshire – Nostell Priory.
The Puddleflex jackets come in three different colourways – red, green and yellow. The super cosy interior fleece lining is a gorgeous chevron pattern, which is very on-trend. The jackets are lovely and thick – making them ideal for autumn and winter.
One thing I love about the Puddleflex jackets is that they’re machine washable, which is very handy for two children who enjoy adventuring in mud!
The jackets are up to 10,000mm waterproof and have a concealed storm flap at the front of the coat for extra protection. The double ended zip is great for promoting independence when getting dressed.
Sizing is on the larger size. H-Bear wears age 2-3 years and Busby wears age 4-5 years; both children still have plenty of room to grow in their respective coats, and there’s lots of room to layer up underneath on cold days.
Busby and H-Bear were also sent a pair of Puddlestomper wellies each. I swear by these wellies. The children have had numerous pairs over the years, they wear them almost daily in autumn and winter, and they last immensely well!
I LOVE the news designs for AW17; my favourite is definitely the lightning bolt wellies.
Made from durable rubber, these wellies have grippy soles to help avoid slipping – making them perfect for climbing and puddle jumping!
The extra height on the wellies also helps prevent water getting into the boot! Hurrah!
The Puddleflex jackets retail at £50 each and the Puddlestomper wellies retail at £22 a pair. As one would expect from Muddy Puddles, both products are amazing quality and are made to last. I can’t recommend Muddy Puddles enough for outdoor clothing and I can’t wait to keep on using the jackets and wellies throughout autumn, winter and beyond! I’m sure you’ll see them on my Instagram feed daily when it gets cooler and more muddy!
Pop on over to the Muddy Puddles website now to explore the whole range.