My Kiddos Love These Under $30 Amazon Snow Pants (They’ve Had The Same Pair for 2 Years!)

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hand holding a pair of bright purple kids snow pants

Gearing up for winter? ❄️

I’m sharing some kid’s snow pants for girls and boys my kiddos (and me) absolutely love! They’re perfect for winter, great quality, and best of all they’re super inexpensive compared to high-end brands!

Read on to find out which ones have gotten us through 2 winters and counting! 👏


boys wearing kids snow pants playing with dogs in snow

Kids play tough, so they need tough snow pants when they’re battling the elements (or snow puppies 😉) literally all day long. Do anyone else’s kiddos never want to come inside when it’s snowing?! 🙋‍♀️

We’re on winter number two ✌️ with these snow pants and I can promise they’re going to deliver the quality & great price you’re looking for!

black and purple kids snow pants hanging in mudroom on brick wall

The reality is, I certainly don’t have a big budget with three kiddos to gear up for the outdoors. Plus, it doesn’t snow all winter long where we live so spending a fortune on snow pants isn’t practical by any means.

Typically I’d head straight for my favorite local kid’s consignment shop but quality winter gear is hard to come by there.

hand holding open a pair of purple snow pants

Luckily, my mom surprised my kiddos last Christmas with these sweet snow pants and it wasn’t until this winter I realized how well they’d been holding up over the past two winters!

My mom purchased these Amazon Essentials boy’s snow pants for my two sons and these girl’s snow pants for my daughter – each pair is under $30! 😱

kids in front of playhouse with snow and wearing winter gear

While I mentioned it doesn’t snow here often, I will say all three of my kiddos have used their snow pants so much!

From snowboarding to endless sledding nights (when it does snow), to day trips on the slopes and lots and lots of tubing, they are definitely giving these kid’s snow pants a run for their money! 🙌

And I couldn’t be happier we’re on our second winter (and counting) with all 3 pairs! 👏

hand holding open a pair of black and blue kids snowpants

The most important thing about these Amazon Essentials snow pants is they keep my kiddos totally dry.

They’ve spent countless hours playing in the snow and time after time they always come inside with dry clothes underneath.

Plus, these kids’ snow pants dry in the laundry super fast. So for the moments they’re only coming in for lunch or a warm mug of Crockpot hot cocoa – these are going to be perfect! 🙌

hand holding pair of purple kids snow pants

I know I said our kid’s snow pants are holding up well after 2 winters, but what I should have said is they look entirely brand new still 😍 and I just can’t get over how well made they are! Aside from their exceptional water-resistance, I have to give a special shout-out to the high-quality fabrics they use too.

Both the knees and the backside on the butt are reinforced with super high-quality, thick fabric so you can guarantee each pair is going to hold up until your kiddos completely outgrow them.

hand holding bottom of cuffed kids snow pants

In addition to the incredible features I’ve already pointed out, here’s what else these Amazon Essentials kids snow pants have to offer:


  • Adjustable waistband with hook & loop closures
  • Zip-up side pockets
  • Easily adjustable shoulder straps
  • Zip-up front
  • Elasticized ankle cuffs

Even better, you can also try them before you buy them with Amazon Prime Wardrobe!

woman holding prime wardrobe paper

If you’re not familiar with Amazon Prime Wardrobe, it’s an incredibly easy service any Amazon Prime member can use. If an item is available for Amazon Prime Wardrobe, you can opt to try it totally FREE at home – no purchase required. And even send everything back with the included free shipping return slip if the items you picked aren’t a good fit for you or your kiddos.

It’s as simple as that and you literally only pay for what you keep!

Read more about my past Amazon Prime Wardrobe experiences over here. 

hand pulling off velcro strap from black pair of kids snow pants

Needless to say, these Amazon Essentials kids snow pants are a no brainer for my kiddos and I know I’ll be getting more when they outgrow them. Better yet, since they’re such high quality, I know my younger son will even be able to use his older brother’s pair as hand-me-downs (bonus points he probably won’t even notice since they have the same color)! 😂 Oh the joys of being the middle child! LOL!

Each of them still has a few inches to spare in the length, so I’m anticipating we’ll get at least another winter out of them… if not two more!

girl wearing winter gear outside in snow

Speaking of sizing, here’s what my kiddos are wearing for your reference:

  • Boys Medium (my 8.5-year-old wears this size & normally wears a size 8-10 in boys)
  • Boys Large (my 10-year-old wears this size & normally wears a size 12 in boys)
  • Girls 4T (my 4.5-year-old wears this size & normally wears a size 5-6)

*Note, the bright purple color my daughter is wearing is currently not available, but they have 5 other gorgeous colors to choose from! 


Make this snow ice cream the next time your kiddos are outside!😉

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Comments 22

  1. saver

    We always stock up at walmart. As a matter of fact, they’re on clearance right not for $15 a pair.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh wow! Thanks so much for the heads up on your find! We’ll have to check our stores too!

    • skj

      Can you please post link? I need to buy for my kids and ourselfs. I got pants from Costco for $8 and looking for jackets. Is snow jacket a thing? or just any waterproof jackets work? ok, we are not from a snow area, so this is something new. Thanks for any and all help.

  2. candyscline

    A month or so ago Target had 30% off on their snow bibs too, and just FYI those are great quality as well. They came out to about $15 a pair with the discount and my kids have been using them a lot. We get hit with a lot of snow here in Eastern Oregon.

    • Sara

      Awesome! Thank you so much for sharing, candyscline!

    • Kristy

      The reviews on Target’s site for the boys snow bibs were terrible which discouraged me from purchasing them and ended up paying more. Thanks for your review, maybe I’ll have to give them a try next year.

      • Clestina

        We were using the Cat and Jack at Target but this fall only the Toddlers were in Cat and Jack and the kids were the All in Motion brand. They’re both Target brands so they have the 1 year warranty. I was just as happy with All in Motion as I was the Cat and Jack. The warranty is where it’s at though. If they rip you can exchange. I bought his next size up for $12 a few weeks ago.

      • Sara

        You’re so welcome, Kristy! If you end up getting them next year please let us know how you love them!

  3. Kathleen

    I’m not sure where to ask this, but is there a way on the app to filter out stores we do not want to see the deals for, Amazon for example? I prefer buying from struggling stores that employ people in my community than supporting a Billionaire. Hip2Save has changed so much over the years and with no longer promoting stores as much as supporting Amazon, I’m finding it less and less helpful to use this site 😥

    • Sara

      Hey Kathleen! We do have this page here to only show you the stores you want to see. As for the small shops, I also love to shop locally and recommend looking for a local community Facebook page that may dedicate posts to your needs. I have one for my town where they highlight our local businesses and how you can support them. We also do share many small shops, so keep your eyes peeled for new finds on our homepage. I hope this was helpful. 🙂 Take care!

    • Jennine

      Hi Kathleen, I do not sell on amazon, but know many people who do. It’s not just amazon you’re helping! There are real people selling on the platform 🙂 otherwise, whatever you can find on amazon you can find on eBay as well. So when they post an amazon deal and it looks awesome, well, head over to eBay or whichever small business you’d like to support 🙂 best of luck!

  4. 5pink1blue

    Any recommendations for snow pants for an adult woman size medium? I need so I can play outside with my kids and would love a recommendation. TIA

    • allison-0

      I love the North Face Sally snowpants. They go over my boots well, don’t really absorb water (for my light use), and come in a long length which is amazing for my tall self. They are a bit expensive, but I have two sizes (medium and large, dang covid). For reference, I’m 5’8″ and the medium fit me at about 140lbs, the large at about 160lbs.

      • 5pink1blue

        I had a North Face coat that lasted me 20 years. Thanks for the info.

    • Amy

      I picked up a pair during the end of season sale at columbia.com several years ago for about $25. I use them 2-5 times a year where I live and they are still like new, warm and waterproof.

      • 5pink1blue

        Thanks for the info. I will look into it.

      • Lauren

        I also love my Columbia ones that I got 10+ years ago! They’re holding up great, also with about 2-5 uses per year.

  5. Kristy

    I was wondering the same thing because my son will be moving to men’s sizes probably by next year and I don’t want to spend alot for how fast they grow.

  6. Raj2005

    When buying snow gear I would only consider buying “Water Repellant” gear. If you stay longer on wet snow water-resistant gear will get wet, I have gone through those wet days and learned hard way. Still skiing with my kiddos for the last 6 years. Columbia outlet is my preferred store for cost-effective gears along with their life long warranty.

  7. Raj2005

    I mean to say buy only waterproof gear. Period.

  8. Beth

    I purchased a different pair on amazon about 2 weeks ago. I never looked at the inner seam. My son took them off yesterday and I realized that almost the entire inner seam was never sewn together. I will be returning them. I ordered the this pair you posted, hopefully they work better for my son.

  9. Momof5

    Lands End squall bibs are the BEST! They’re waterproof, have reinforced knees and seat and last forever. Plus with the adjustable shoulder straps and grow with me legs each size has lasted me at least 2 seasons. I have them in black in every size (plus a few colors thrown in here and there) and hand them down from one child to the next. We ski and snowmobile every week all winter long and i don’t have one pair has worn out. I buy them at the end of the season on clearance and have never paid more than $30. You won’t be disappointed.

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