Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor Gear Information
The following gear is recommended by the Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor to help your child make the most of their outdoor experience. You will not need every item here, but this list helps to show some great options!
What gear will my child need?
Waterproof, windproof outerwear that can be used in varied weather and layered for warmth when necessary; insulating thermal; and warm, moisture wicking wool as a base layer (because it maintains a stable body temperature, wool base layers are good for warm weather too!)
Waterproof, fleece lined over-mittens and accessories like hats, balaclavas, and wool socks.
Make it easy:
Order this favorite setup:
1. Classic Rain Gear set
2. Quilted Thermal Set
3. Baselayer Woolies
Then add on any thing else you might need, like wool socks, hats, balaclavas or unique and kid friendly Scandinavian clothing and pjs.
How do I know what size I need?
Sizing by centimeters helps ensure an excellent fit - just measure your child's standing height, head to toe. We recommend children be within 5cm of the next size before sizing up: a child should measure at least 95cm tall to wear a size 100cm suit. In our 2 piece suits, thin to average size children will last even longer. You can see how our kids fit here.
Please do not order large with the intention of your child growing into their suit, as baggy pants and jacket arms both inhibit play and cause undue wear and tear on the gear. A properly fitted suit will last a long time!
Can't find it?
Because lots of gear ordering is taking place at this time, we do sell out, but we are always restocking. Just contact us for easy, personalized help.
During school order season please allow extra time for shipping. All in stock school orders will ship directly to your school leader for distribution. If you'd like your items shipped directly to you, you must choose PRIORITY shipping at checkout.
Ask your school administrator if you are participating in the Biddle&Bop school program!
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