The cooler weather has arrived in the 716 and while we've had several nice days since the end of summer, we know that winter is coming.

As winter comes down, there is one thing that it always brings with it, whether you want it or not; and that's cuffing season.

What Is Cuffing Season

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Cuffing Season is a period of time where single people begin looking for short term partnerships to pass the colder months of the year. Cuffing season usually begins in October and lasts until just after Valentines Day

Typically, it arrives in late October to early November when the weather has finally turned towards the snow and cold. Ultimately, you're looking for someone to help keep you warm during winter.

Check Out These Buffalo Themed Pajamas That's Perfect For The Family, Or Cuffing Season

So, once you find your flurry friend to help you power through the winter, what do you guys wear when you are all cuddled up? Well, when you're in Buffalo, what better way to show how much you love the 716 and be comfy with your new Blizzard Bae?

One thing about winter that we're not able to get away from is the plethora of pajama displays that are in just about every store you go in. Whether it's PJs for the whole family, a couple, or just you and your pup - having matching pajamas is a big trend nowadays.

Since that's a big trend, well, how about Buffalo-themed pajamas? These look perfect for you and your new Avalanche Amigo/Amiga. Or, if you're more traditional, you can get some of these for the whole family, too.

5 Buffalo Themed Holiday Pajama Sets For The Family

With the holidays in full swing, what better way to represent Buffalo and celebrate the season than to wearing jammies that let everyone know where you're from?

Gallery Credit: Ed Nice

Which One Is Your Favorite Buffalo Themed Pajamas

With all of these options, which one is your favorite? Do you have a suggestion of some Buffalo-related pajamas for us to check out?

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Gallery Credit: Ed Nice

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