There's a reason that these classic rain suits are loved by outdoor schools the world over. Us? We love how practical these two piece rain suits are. You can mix and match depending on the weather. A little bit rainy? Just the coat. Really rainy? Both pieces. Muddy? Just the pants. Winter but not cold? Use the pants with a winter coat.
The jacket has a detachable hood, with a soft fleece collar. There's a snap flap over the zipper for extra protection from the rain. One less reason for your kiddo to meltdown? That's priceless in our books.
For added safety there are reflective strips printed around one of the sleeves and legs. A great detail when the days after shorter.
Note: The smaller sizes (to 100cm) have bibbed pants with snaps at the side and adjustable elastic shoulder straps. The bigger sizes (from 110cm) have an elastic waist. We do sell bibbed pants as well - you can find them here.
Sizing: Basic Rain Gear is sized in the middle of the range (so the 110 cm size would fit from 105cm-115cm). To figure out the right size, measure your child's height, from floor to the top of the head.
Materials: 62% Polyester, 38% Polyurethane (Polyester with a Polyurethane coating)
- Waterproof: 5000 mm
- High Quality Zippers
- Welded Seams
- Free from harmful substances such as PVC, fluorine substances, nickel, AZO dyes, and flame retardants
CeLaVi is a Danish brand that is created with focus on well-being. It should be great fun to be a ”real mischief-maker”, who lives, plays, and explores in all kinds of weather.
Basic Rain Gear is sized in the middle of the range (so the 110 cm size would fit from 105cm-115cm). To figure out the right size, measure your child's height, from floor to the top of the head.
There is NOT a 1:1 translation between the height measurement and more traditional North American sizes, but we've done our best below to provide some additional guidance.
CeLaVi Size Chart
The Washing Instructions from CeLaVi indicate that these can be washed in the washing machine at a MAX of 40C. We'd recommend attempting to spot clean with a soft cloth and some soap in the bathtub before attempting the washing machine.
No Fabric Softener should be used.
Powdered detergent is preferrable to liquid detergent, as liquid detergents can include components that will stick the fabric, reducing the waterproof and breathability.
Hang to dry.