fleece suit — a very rel­e­vant wardrobe item, which is pop­u­lar not only with adults, but also with chil­dren. It is char­ac­ter­ized by amaz­ing prac­ti­cal­i­ty and con­ve­nience, and also reli­ably pro­tects from the cold.

In Eng­lish, fleece means “sheep­’s wool”. Today, this fab­ric is made from poly­ester. This mate­r­i­al has a num­ber of fea­tures that allow it to be used for mak­ing high-qual­i­ty cloth­ing.

Fleece does not absorb mois­ture — he only spends it. This means that the mate­r­i­al helps to wick sweat away from the body and keeps you warm. In addi­tion, the fab­ric dries pret­ty quick­ly. If you wash such clothes in the evening, you can put them on your child in the morn­ing.

Fleece is con­sid­ered an unusu­al­ly warm mate­r­i­al.which is very impor­tant for a child. Ini­tial­ly, the fab­ric was invent­ed as an alter­na­tive to wool, and its main func­tion is to keep warm.

Fleece is per­fect chil­drenwho suf­fer from aller­gies. Tod­dlers who can’t wear woolen or downy clothes may well wear fleece suits.

This mate­r­i­al allows the skin to breathe. A child in such a suit will not sweat. At the same time, fleece does not pro­tect very well from the wind. There­fore, in bad weath­er, fleece suits should be com­bined with a warm top — a jack­et or vest. For babies, a warm enve­lope should be used.

Fleece is high­ly elas­tic. Sweat­shirts and pants made of this fab­ric do not restrict move­ment and pro­vide amaz­ing com­fort. This fab­ric is very del­i­cate and soft to the touch. It does not cause dis­com­fort in chil­dren. How­ev­er, it is impor­tant to con­sid­er that such suits can­not be dried over a fire — they are quite flam­ma­ble.

Fleece suits are quite thin, so they can be com­bined with a jack­et. Such a com­bi­na­tion will not con­strain move­ments and at the same time is great for win­ter. As addi­tions, it is worth choos­ing suit­able acces­sories and warm shoes.

An excel­lent option would be a fleece track­suit. Such mod­els are well suit­ed for per­form­ing phys­i­cal exer­cis­es on the street and just walk­ing. They should be com­bined with com­fort­able shoes — sneak­ers or sneak­ers.


By Yara