Top Picks for Back to School

It’s hard to believe how quick summertime passes; it’s almost time to get back to classes!

Although there is still plenty of summer left to take a fun family trip to a National Park or bring the kids to the ocean or lake and play some fun water activities, back to school time will be here before you even know it! Dress the kids for success with these hot new arrivals.

The Burton Boys Lynx Flannel will be on every boy’s back to school wishlist this fall. This lumberjack-inspired button up long sleeve sports drop tail styling and kangaroo handwarmer pockets, as well as a hood for head-over-shoulders warmth.

He can dress it up with khakis and boots or dress it down with jeans and a baseball cap. Made with DRYRIDE Ultrawick fabric that wicks away moisture when needed, he’ll stay warm, dry, and looking like the fine young man he is when he steps off the bus on the first day back to school.

The Thermoball Hybrid Jacket from The North Face

The Thermoball Hybrid Jacket from The North Face

She will be the ultimate trendsetter at the school bus stop in The North Face Girls Thermoball Hybrid. Cozy, cute, and casual, this fleece jacket has a ThermoBall insulated core that provides just the right amount of warmth.

With two zip hand pockets and elastic binding at the cuffs, she will stay warm and dry even when wet. Great for wearing on brisk fall mornings or also as a layering piece on the ski mountain in winter, this jacket is a must have for your pretty little princess.

Quick-drying heat for mountain or street is demonstrated by the Girls Scoop Hoodie by Burton. With DRYRIDE Thermex Bonded fleece that blocks wind and sheds away water, she will be prepared for all the elements in this eye-catching hoodie.

Featuring a fulltime hood, kangaroo handwarmer pockets, ribbed cuffs and hem as well as a chin guard, this technical fleece will be a great addition to any outfit. She can wear it on the long cold walk to school or even as a mid-layer under her ski jacket in the winter.


The Patagonia Phone Home Sweatshirt

You’ll be the proudest parent on the planet when he phones home to tell you about the A he got in Math while wearing the Phone Home Sweatshirt by Patagonia. This sweatshirt is made of a soft organic cotton, polyester, and spandex blend for ultimate comfort and durability.

A classic hoodie designed with built in stretch, a great fit, and a kangaroo pouch handwarmer pocket, he will be looking cool but staying warm at the pep rally.

For an exquisitely cozy fleece jacket that she can wear to recess on those chilly fall days, the Columbia Girls Dotswarm II Fleece Zip-Up is a must have for her this new school year.

With Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective Technology and zip-closed hand pockets, she will stay as warm as can be when the temperature drops. Layer it over a t-shirt and pair it with jeans and cute boots for the ideal look that she’ll love just as much as you do.


The North Face Denali Hoodie

Presenting you with the perfect year-round cozy fleece for him is The North Face Boys Denali Hoodie. This zip-up hoodie is made from a water repellent fleece and is zip-in and snap-in compatible with certain shell jackets from The North Face for added protection and warmth.

With such features as a fixed hood, zip hand pockets, and elastic binding at the cuffs and hem, he’ll surely stay warm and dry in the worst weather conditions. Built tough to last with abrasion-reinforced shoulders, chest and elbows, he can horse around with friends and you won’t have to worry.

Detailed with flashy bright orange piping, this fleece jacket will be his first pick for back to school shopping.

Are you prepared for back to school shopping? What are your kid’s top picks for the upcoming school season? Let us know in the comments below!

Originally from Massachusetts, Lora came out to coLORAdo for college and decided she had found her permanent home (who can blame her since her name is in the state name)! She loves the outdoors and exploring all it has to offer by way of her favorite activities which include snowboarding, ATVing, hiking, and camping. Recently married, Lora lives with her husband and 2 dogs and hopes to expand her happy little family in the near future.

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