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Lands’ End Stormer Snow Bibs ONLY $16.17 (Regularly $55)

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Through December 17th, Lands’ End is offering 40% off select items – including sale items when you use promo code FALL and pin 8923 at checkout – both online and in-store!

In addition, through November 15th, you can save 50% on any ONE regularly priced item when you use promo code CRISP and pin 2744. OR, use promo code GIVING and pin 3505 to save 40% off your entire purchase of regularly priced items!

Note that only one promo code and pin can be used per order.

Keep the kids warm in the snow with these deals!

Girls’ Stormer Bibs $26.95 (regularly $54.95)
Use promo code FALL and pin 8923 (40% off sale items)
Final Cost $16.17!

Boys’ Stormer Bibs $26.95 (regularly $54.95)
Use promo code FALL and pin 8923 (40% off sale items)
Final Cost $16.17!


Note that shipping is free on orders over $50 after codes have been applied.

Lands’ End Snow Boots Only $17.97 + More!
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Comments 8

  1. Grace

    Please note that these are only water resistant and not waterproof. The Squall line seems to be the one for snow activities.

    • Georgia

      Thank you!

  2. Love H2S

    Yes, Grace! Totally true. The other ones are the only way to go. The same goes for LE boots, sadly, they are only water resistant. After too many soggy feet, I had to switch to a waterproof brand.

  3. Cassandane

    Skip the Stormer line. Pay a bit more for the Squall!!! Stormer coat/bibs last my kids 1 season maybe and isn’t as warm. Squall can go 2-3 y before being outgrown and is warmer.

  4. Richelle7377

    I agree totally with above posters, but these are still way better than Target or Kohls snow pants by a long shot. This year I finally went ahead and got Squalls for my kiddos. No more soggy snow pants to dry out. Loving all the Lands End sales right now!

  5. Staci

    Thanks everyone for the recommendation to go to to the Squall instead. Nobody wants soggy pants after recess. I needed to find plus size snowpants, which is about impossible. I had found these earlier but couldn’t stomach the $90 price tag. I was going to buy the cheap walmart brand and hope I could find someone to hem them for me. I ordered two pairs because I was unsure on size, which also got me free shipping. I will take the pair that doesn’t fit back to Sears so I don’t have to pay return shipping. Hip2save saved me a headache finding the plus size snow pants, thank you!

  6. Karla

    Yesterday, I purchased my son a pair of bibs from Target, but was highly concerned with the material possibly being too thin and not waterproof. I came home and saw this post, so I ordered from Lands End. Thank you to the person who recommended Squall instead. I’ll be returning the bibs to Target and look forward to getting these in the mail.

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