Tiny Trolls Of Norway Review & Competition

How rubbish has the weather been lately? I’m desperate for Spring to arrive.

We love getting out and about at the weekends as you’ve probably seen on my blog, but I absolutely hate the cold so can usually be found moaning after an hour or 2! Kids don’t ever seem to feel the cold, but that doesn’t stop me from worrying about whether Little H is warm enough when we’re out.

When I saw Tiny Trolls of Norway on Twitter I was really interested in their kids’ outdoor clothing – their motto is “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just poor clothing!” which I definitely agree with.Tiny Trolls Of Norway Review & Competition | Digital Mmotherhood

Tiny Trolls Microfleece Set

We’ve tried out the Skogstroll Microfleece set and accessories, and also have one to give away, so read on if you like outdoor adventures with the kids…

Unfortunately, we’ve had a few very rainy weekends in a row, but we did manage to test the microfleece set out in the garden. We only have a small garden, but after living her first 3 years in a second floor flat the novelty still hasn’t worn off for Little H. She loves to get out there at every opportunity, even when the weather isn’t great.

I went outside with her and was freezing, but she was happily jumping around and dancing in her fleece set with no complaints.

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Little H’s favourite colour is purple so she picked the purple microfleece set. The set is made up of a jumper with a funnel neck and trousers. The material is super soft and I won’t lie, I wish they made them in my size!

The top is embossed with the cute Tiny Trolls logo, and the trousers also feature a small logo.

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In winter or on the snowy holiday the fleecey jumper and trousers would be perfect to go underneath other clothes for an extra layer of protection against the cold. Warmer weather is hopefully on it’s way soon and I will definitely be putting the jumper on Little H went it starts getting too warm for a coat but too cold for short sleeves.

We went on a day out at the weekend and the weather was rubbish. Cold, wet and rainy. I put the jumper on Little H under her big winter coat and she said she was very toasty.

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Her review of the microfleece set is “It’s so soft and warm. I love it”.

The accessories

The matching accessories are made up of a hat, mittens, and a ‘snuggly’ which can be used as a neck band/scarf, a hat or even hair band.

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Little H didn’t test the hat – it was quite tight and I think she just has too much hair for it. The design is very cute though and would look fab on younger kids.

The mittens are awesome, I’d definitely like a pair of these. It wasn’t quite cold enough for Little H to wear them to play in but she said they were “cool” and we’ll definitely keep them handy for colder weather. They’re waterproof which is great, no one likes soggy gloves.

She used the snuggly as a neckband, and it’s much more practical than a long scarf for kids who are jumping about and climbing. Made of cotton it’s also good for kids who complain their scarves are itchy!

We think the microfleece set and accessories are perfect for kids who love being outdoors. An extra layer of warmth in the winter or on a snowy holiday, and warm enough for a spring day when they don’t want to wear a coat.

Tiny Trolls Competition

If you’d like to win a microfleece set in your choice of size and colour here’s your chance. Just enter via the Rafflecopter plugin below and I’ll pick one lucky winner on 20th March.

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Good luck!

Sarah

I was sent the products for the purposes of this review, but all opinions are honest and our own.

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87 thoughts on “Tiny Trolls Of Norway Review & Competition

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    I enjoy taking my little ones down on the local beach with our dog. Plenty of caves and rock pools to explore, ships and boats to see, seaguls to dodge, pebbles and shells to collect and sand castles to be built!

    • Victoria says:

      The range of fleece looks lovely! We went to beach on Sunday, it was windy and fresh and just what we needed to blow away the cobwebs!

  2. T. Brailey says:

    Love to go for country walk and investigate new paths that open up onto hidden areas.

  3. Tracey Davies says:

    We love love love the beach! We are lucky enough to live close to mumbles and the gower peninsula, some of the most beautiful beaches in the country ☺

  4. Alison Macdonald says:

    We love beach walks (kids and dog!) lovely fresh sea air and hunting for sea glass for my young daughter’s collection x

  5. Martina Pichova says:

    I love going for walks on our local Malvern Hills or just to a nearby playground.

  6. Jane Berrow says:

    Playing on the beach is the best fun ever. It is always followed by a trip to the cafe.

  7. Rachel says:

    We love being outdoors in any way but mostly going for walks with a bit of geocaching on the way to keep the children busy!

  8. Sue McCarthy says:

    I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

  9. jo liddement says:

    We love rock-pooling with our son on our local beach and walking in the woods nearby

  10. Lorna Ledger says:

    My fav thing is going down the canal , because the weather always gives a different scene , and there is always something to see or do x

  11. Rachel Low says:

    We go to the shore and collect random stuff stones, driftwood, shells and bring it home (via the ice cream shop) to create garden trinkets!

  12. Jasmine says:

    They look great and definitely a brand I’ll check out for the future. We’re always looking for snuggly clothes to wear for walks etc in the colder weather!! X

  13. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Going for dog walks, my grandsons love throwing the ball for her and we love playing in the park

  14. JULIE WARD says:

    Go up the park where there is a nature trail, swings, cafe etc (with grandchildren)

  15. Anthea Holloway says:

    We love taking our dog for a walk in the local woods and park. We also love playing in the garden and it is big enough for hide and seek.

  16. Jacki Mactaggart says:

    We love going on ‘chippie hikes’!!! Grab the dogs..walk along the river-grab bag of chips and walk home. Such fun and great time for a natter :))))

  17. Shannon Mostert says:

    We go to the local country park and go for walks, more recently my son has learnt to ride his bike so I foresee more cycling to be done now.

  18. Adrian Bold says:

    We live near the Lake District so we enjoy going on walks or hikes with the kids and our dog.

  19. charlotte wilde says:

    going on nature walks, spotting tracks and poos!! and trying to work out what they belong to

  20. lisa colbourne says:

    we live in the countryside, lots of fields, woods , wildlife around us so we love exploring!! and its free fun 😉 however our 2 year old LOVES jumping in muddy puddles!

  21. Fiona jk42 says:

    when the weather is good we like to take our granddaughter to farms where she can see animals and feed them. Still hoping to get her on a pony on one of our outings, last time we tried she loved the pony but refused to wear the helmet.

  22. sophie williams says:

    We love a walk in the woods or on the beach, we’re so lucky to have both by us. We did try geocaching but it ended in an argument!

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