Adorable Children’s Rain Gear from Western Chief

Adorable Children’s Rain Gear from Western Chief

Western ChiefJust in time for our first El Niño storm of  2016, we received some adorable rain gear from Western Chief to review.  I asked Andy, age 4, and his mother Erin to try out the gear and let me know what they thought.  As you can see the jacket, rain boots and umbrella are all colorful and fun to wear, but what did mom think?

Product Review: The coat was extremely light weight and very soft inside and out.  More like a windbreaker feel with the bonus of being waterproof.  The boots were so cute and are pliable unlike the stiffness you usually get out of a rainboot.  Umbrella did the trick for rain or shine with perfect coverage for your little one.  Easy to open and close by our 4 yr old asserting independence.  Overall great products.- Erin Campbell.

Western ChiefI was also impressed by these products, I loved that the umbrella had no press spring buttons and was easy to open and close just by pushing the runner up and down.  I also thought the snaps on the rain jacket were easy to manage, and I liked the light jersey lining, which seemed a little cozier than the old plastic rain jackets. If your child has out grown his or her rain gear during the drought, or if you want to give a thoughtful gift to a child, Western Chief has some great options. Visit their website at

Now through 1/24/2016, Western Chief is offering a giveaway opportunity for a pair of Western Chief kid’s boots and a Softy Unicorn Stuffed Animal, click here for details on how to enter for a chance to win.

Special thank you to Erin and Andy for their help with this review!!




Authored by: Cindy Donnelly

Cindy has worked for What's Up for Kids for over 19 years and is thrilled to take over as owner/publisher. She loves helping South Bay parents connect with resources and working with camps, schools and other businesses to get the word out about their quality programs and services for families. For marketing information you can contact her at

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