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- 95% Cotton
- Festive and Fun – Every family member is sure to get into the winter spirit with these sweet winter-themed family pajamas; Features a green snowman motif
- Warm and Comfortable – Constructed from 100 percent cotton materials; Adult styles feature elastic, drawstring waists and kids' styles feature comfy elastic waists
- Tons of Options Available – We also carry this sweet green Let It Snow, Man! Print in ladies' robes, nightgowns, maternity pajamas and more at PajamaGram on Amazon
- Sizes for Every Member – No one will be left out with these family pajamas; Pick up styles for adults, boys, girls, toddlers, infants, cats and dogs from PajamaGram
- Snug-Fitting Kids' Styles – For child's safety, children's sleepwear should be snug-fitting or flame resistant; This garment is snug-fitting, so please order size accordingly
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Invite Jack Frost to nip at your nose in these undeniably inviting Let It Snow, Man! matching family pajamas from PajamaGram. Every single member of the family, including the family dog and cat, will immediately get into the winter spirit with these adorable snowman-themed pajamas. Dad and kids get a pair of snug-fitting cotton snowman print pants with a long-sleeved top (kids' with a cute snowman graphic), while mom gets a pair of traditional button-up PJs with an all-over mint green snowman and evergreen print. Pet options come in a one-piece style for fuss-free dressing. For child's safety, children's sleepwear should be snug-fitting or flame resistant. This garment is snug-fitting. Please order size accordingly.
- Adult styles made from 100 percent brushed cotton jersey
- Kids' styles made from 100 percent cotton rib knit
- Adults' pants feature elastic, drawstring waist
- Men's pants feature side seam pocket and button fly
- Kids' pants feature elastic waist
- Kids' styles are snug-fitting
- Machine washable
Personalization and PajamaGram exclusive gift packaging are not available for this item.
We can even make matching pajamas for your family dog! Sizes are available in a wide range, from infant to adult, to suit every single family member. Please note that personalization and PajamaGram exclusive gift packaging are not available on this item.
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- ASIN: B0748265JR
- Item model number: GFS010502
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 27, 2016
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Short version: We hate them.
Longer version: We are stuck with them anyway, because to start over on family pajamas is a massive investment. You have to pick the right vendor and style to start with. We did not.
These PJs are cute. They have been consistently available (though with some color/style variations) for several years now.
Inconsistent on sizing: Some run big. Some run small. At one point we bought a size 18 months for our then 12-month-old. It was so big it almost swallowed him. It ultimately fit both of our youngest children until they were 3. (We are a bit on the short side, but in this case, the kids wore normal sizes in their other clothes and up a size in pajamas from brands like Carter's.) On the other hand, the size 8 for example is too small compared to other brands. These are all over the board.
Inconsistent on color: Some are almost neon. Some are darker than others. Most are some variation of mint green, but not always a complimentary variation. Please don't try to argue this is because of washing, because I have proof it's not. My wife doesn't like button-style tops, so way back at the beginning of this when I decided to surprise everyone with this idea I bought both the traditional women's style for her and the shorts set. The latter comes with the t-shirt style top that matches the rest of our family's set. Her original button down shirt has been washed twice in all these years. It works well as a "control" item for comparison. You also can't argue this is just a change year to year. We have ordered more than one set in some years and had them arrive in two different colors. And even if they do start out in the same color for your set, don't get too excited. Some fade in the wash, some don't. There is no logic to this pattern.
Poor quality: Aside from the variations in color and fading, some just hold up better than others. We have some boys' pairs that have henley-style snap tops. The paint on them flecks off leaving the snaps looking half green and half brass. We tried just peeling the remaining green so it would at least look uniform, but what is still there is stuck fast. As a result, every time we have a kid in that size it looks awful. Not exactly worth what we paid for them, but we still can't bring ourselves to shell out another $40+ for a replacement pair.
Nightmare customer service: Pray you never feel angry enough about any of the above to actually call them. It's the ultimate insult on top of injury. They are friendly, until you pose a concern about their product. Then it's just your problem to deal with.
The price...this is the worst part of all!!!: If you can swallow the upfront cost to start your collection, you are doomed to continue the additional $40-$60 annual commitment as your child grows or new family members join in. And this is the first year we've seen them on Amazon, so don't forget the additional $13+ shipping fee for each order if you need to order directly from them. Their "sales" never apply to Christmas pajamas--even in January. (On that note, their website is a customer nightmare, incredibly clunky for a company that depends almost entirely on online sales.)
Bottom line, we have been severely disappointed overall, but at least until we stop having the kids stairstep through sizes every year, we are stuck with these. We dread the years someone wears one of the flaky sets, and we just plan in advance to photoshop those spots on the family picture. We grit our teeth and curse about the annual purchase, but try to comfort ourselves with the assurance that they are building cute memories for our children. (And the sight of all of us dressed in matching outfits is just horrifying enough to my mother-in-law that it's almost worth the expense when she's here to see it.) But if you haven't already tied yourself down in these, do yourself a favor and look elsewhere--far away from the pajamagram brand!