Togz Warm and Dry Suits

Northern78 Forumite Posts: 241 Forumite
Hi all

Was just wondering if anyone had bought one of these for their lo and if so what are the sizes like?

Was thinking of getting one for ds who is now coming up to 21 months although Im not sure if to go for the 18 - 24 months or 2 years size. Some reviews i've read said they're on the small side whereas a website I was looking at said they wouldn't recommend up sizing as Togz are generously sized.



  • The_Golden_Goose
    The_Golden_Goose Forumite Posts: 1,040 Forumite
    I'd say they are pretty generous in size. I've got the regular non fleece all in one and they are adjustable at the waist, cuffs and hood.

    Is your DS of average size?
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  • Northern78
    Northern78 Forumite Posts: 241 Forumite
    Hi Golden Goose

    Sorry I only just came across your reply.

    Some people have said "He's a big lad" when they ask his age but I think he's average size, he's in 18-24 months clothes, most makes fit him and he's a 5.5 in shoes.

  • Aimless
    Aimless Forumite Posts: 924 Forumite
    edited 3 November 2013 at 3:06PM
    I've got a Togz summer rainsuit in 9-12, I can still squeeze my boy into it, not comfortably though :D His winter suit is a Regatta 2-3! Saying that, if he's nearly 2 and it has elasticated ankles and wrists, you'd get more use out of a 2 year one.
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