It's a struggle to keep mittens on a toddler but these are great because once they go on, they're hard for the little ones to get off. Only wish they were waterproof.…
- Cynthia, 01/28/13
These are cute, but waaaay too big for my normal-sized daughter. It's also pretty comical that they have "thumbs" when her whole hand could almost fit in the thumb spot. Bas…
- KRISTINA, 01/07/13
If your not planning on putting these inside a shell, then they will be good for around town etc. Pros: really light weight, Patagonia Product, Good cuff length
Cons: loose f…
- Randel, 11/11/10
South Burlington VT
I received these gloves as a present last Christmas and have worn them on several occasions. They are perfect for walking around campus on a cold day but they weren't so great…
- Taylor, 08/29/11
Patagonia makes gloves for folks big and small. I like the Baby Pita Pocket Gloves mostly because of the name and also they are cute and tiny like most babies. But for full grown humans they offer all kinds of nifty gloves.
Patagonia offers Synchilla Fleece gloves for adults as well as kids that match their awesome Synchilla Fleece. Also, in the Patagonia glove department are a few varieties of windproof gloves that come with and without fingers, as well as heavy and lightweight glove liners. This actually denotes the amount of protection the liners provide and not the type of gloves different boxers use. These kinds of semantics get confusing because gloves are used in cold weather and in boxing and so are the terms lightweight and heavyweight, apparently.
The important thing about gloves is that hands stay warm. Patagonia gloves helps with that. It's like they attached several tiny sleeping bags together to keep your fingers warm. Unless we are talking about Patagonia Sun Gloves, then it's not at all like sleeping bags. Anyway, Patagonia gloves are like 190 times better than frostbite so it’s wise if you wear them.