In Russia, Ded Moroz. In English this means grandfather frost. Some call him Father Frost. Father Frost dresses in a long coat that is red, ice blue, gold and silver,it has white fur trim all around it & wears Russian hat also trimmed in white fur. He has a long white beard & uses a tall staff. He wears black leather boots & instead of reindeer he uses 3 horses that are fast as lightening. One huge difference is he doesn't bring gifts on Christmas,His gifts are delivered on New Year’s Eve.
В Карелии жители отмечают праздник снежного лета с Дедом Морозом http://actualnews.org/obshestvo/176217-ded-moroz-v-karelii-vstrechaet-snezhnoe-leto.html В Республике Карелия Дед Мороз встречает праздник снежного лета, все желающие могут спуститься с гор на лыжах или переодеться в новогодние костюмы.
In Slavic countries Ded Moroz is said to bring presents to children, however, unlike the secretive Santa Claus, the gifts are often delivered in person at a time that varies per country. The literal translation of the name would be "Grandpa Frost", although the name is often translated as "Father Frost". He is distinct in his rounded cap. He is said to be assisted by his granddaughter Snegurochka, or Snow Maiden.