Columbia Snowtop Bunting II - Girls'


Fabric 100% Polyester Fleece
Sizes 6 mo - 24 mo
Price $36.00 USD

While the girls' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Snowtop Bunting II. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Snowtop Bunting II page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Wrap your little cuddle bug in the Columbia Infant Girls' Snowtop II Bunting and venture out into the cold. Equipped with warm, cozy polyester fleece fabric, the Snowtop keeps her comfortable whether you layer it beneath her snowsuit or leave it as a top layer for errands. Fold-over hand and feet flaps keep your gal's extremities cozy, and a fuzzy hood warms her noggin. And in case you're worried about a difficult diaper-changing, the Snowtop II features a full asymmetrical front zipper (from the neck down the left leg) that makes changing a cinch.


At first glance, the Columbia Infant Girls' Snowtop II Bunting might look like a diaper-changing horror. Then you notice the full front zipper (from the neck down the left leg). Fold-over hand and foot flaps keep your gal's extremities cozy and a fuzzy hood warms her noggin while you venture out into winter.

- Backcountry Outlet

A super-soft full-body fleece barrier against winter chill, featuring a diagonal zipper across the front of the body for easy on and off.


For your mini super hero. Made from 100% polyester MTR fleece, it’s soft and cuddly for both baby and mom. With a full front zipper that runs down to the lower left leg, mom can quickly change diapers when there’s not much time to react. The fold-over hand and feet flaps come in handy when the air gets chilly and you want to quickly protect their fingers and toes. FEATURES: FABRIC: Shell: 100% polyester MTR fleece, Full vertical zipper for easy diaper access, Fold-over hand and foot flaps, Attached hood, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Girls' Snowtop Bunting II


The Columbia Girls' Snowtop Bunting II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 3, 2016 at REI.

If you're looking for a new kids' snowsuit/bunting, check out the best reviewed current models.

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