TWING Plush Animal Winter Gear
My kid always seems to be losing his hat, scarf, and gloves during the cold weather. They usually turn up, but not until after we’ve already replaced them with new gear! I always thought it would be nice to find a product that kept all three of these pieces together. And TWING Plush Animal Winter Gear has done just that in a super cute way!
This is a fun and warm winter accessory that the kids are in love with and somehow have managed to keep track of.
Think of this as a hat made from a plush/toy stuffed animal head, that then has “arms” which are actually a scarf sewn into the sides of the hat and they end in paws/mittens, for the kids to keep their hands warm with.
And since these are all one piece, they are much easier to keep up with as the kids take them on and off. I’ve been finding them wearing them inside even, almost like it’s a toy or another stuffed animal that just happens to also be their hat/scarf/gloves too.
We liked the monkey the best, but they also are available as a cat, rabbit, or polar bear styles. The hat part measures about 22 inches, so it fits my kid’s head just fine. And the scarf/arms are about 36 inches which is enough so that his hands stay covered in the mittens/paws. And if your child doesn’t like mittens, or you want to wear it yourself (no judging) then simply use the arms as the scarf around your neck to keep you warm!
This is definitely the kind of thing we’ll buy one of each kind so each kid has their own style. And these TWING Plush Animal Winter Gear pieces can be purchased through Amazon today.
Which style is your favorite?
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