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Pink Waterproof Pants

Kozi Kidz

Size Guide
Kozi Kidz Size Chart

Below are the size charts for the Kozi Kidz Rainwear sets. The European sizes (80, 90, 100 etc) refer to the height of the child in cm. All other measurements are of the size of the garment in cm.

To work out which size to order we recommend measuring your child's height.

 

Sets

Size

80

90

100

110

120

130

Age (Years)

1 - 2

2 - 3

3 - 4

4 - 5

5 - 7

7 - 8

Jacket

A

Chest Width

37

39

41

44

47

50

D3

Arm Length

36

40

45

47

52

57

K

Back Length

41

43

46

48

51

53

Overalls E2 Width 38 40 41 44 46 48
H Inner Leg 32 38 44 50 56 61
Size
Color
Pink

Kozi Kidz award winning PU rainwear is the perfect outer layer for maximum protection from the rain.  Made from phthalate free polyester with a polyurethane (PU) coating, welded seams and waterproof zips, it is 100% waterproof. 

The bib & braces style dungarees are the ideal cover up for younger kids not only in the rain but out in the garden or on the beach. The shoulder straps are elasticated so they are comfortable to wear as well as being adjustable, poppers at the waist allow for extra layers to be added if needed and the elasticated foot straps help to keep everything in place.  At the end of the day they can be wiped clean or popped into the washing machine.

Features include:

  • 100% (3000mm) waterproof
  • Reflectors for increased visibility
  • Poppers allow the dungarees to be adjusted at the waist
  • Adjustable and removable foot straps to hold gumboots in place
  • Name labels
  • Adjustable elasticated braces on dungarees
  • Machine washable

Available in sizes 80 - 130.

Size is based on height of your child, note they are generously sized to fit a jumper underneath. Size down rather than up.

All Kozi Kidz products are made from materials that are Oeko-tex certified.




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