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Hatleys & Wellies and Worms unveil new A/W collection
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Oct '12
Parents and guardians looking to get toddlers and bigger brothers or sisters togged out in the trendiest rainwear this autumn and winter are being urged to check out the new Hatley range at leading children’s outfitters Wellies and Worms.

Hatley, a popular Canadian family-run firm, have come up with a delightful range of raincoats, wellingtons, umbrellas and backpacks sure to get any reluctant little one venturing outdoors in the coldest seasons.

Take their beautiful winter birds raincoat (also available as an all weather coat) for instance, complete with towelled red and white lined hood. This will get any little one searching for robin red breast and friends this winter.

Equally as stunning is the pretty horses range for little girls with contrasting pink berry trim. Older girls, aged four to 12, may prefer the slightly ‘more sophisticated’ Nordic leaf design waterproof raincoat in blue.

And boys need not feel left out. Hatley have come up with an entertaining range for them from vintage racing cars to noisy red fire trucks on an eye-catching bright yellow background. Other designs, to coincide with childhood obsessions, include stars, dragons, dinosaurs, fire trucks, butterflies and snowballs.

Wellies and Worms owner Graham Cox said: “At Wellies and Worms we’re excited about the fact that we will be one of the first stores online to have the new Hatley range available around mid-July.

“Once again this is a stunning, cleverly-designed and very colourful selection of rainwear and winter gear which has obviously been designed with the child in mind. It’s all about fun designs and cosy warm clothing that toddlers and children will be crying out to wear this autumn and winter.”

All raincoats in the new Hatley collection include matching wellies and umbrellas. There’s also mittens and backpacks as well as the polar fleece hat & mitts set and the fuzzy fleece hat and mitts warm weather combination.

Little ones (from six to 24 months) can even snuggle up against the elements in a striking Hatley infant cosy bundler decorated in blue dinos, winter birds or blue stripes.

The ever-popular splash boots are back, this time in coronet blue and white dots on red while there is a new range of pull-on splash boots in yellow, white dots on red and this year’s winning trend - winter birds.

Graham added: “We’d advise parents and guardians to get their orders in early as Hatley tend to sell out fast, particularly their ‘off the minute’ ranges. Children tend to want what their little friends have and it’s not been unknown for us to sell out of a particular design selection within a few days.”

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