Kids Gloves And Mitts"
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
I've been looking for gloves that keep my son's hands warm AND dry. These are it! Very stylish looking mittens for a kid. I want a pair!…
- Cynthia, 01/10/14
Bought this glove for my 7 year old daughter in size small. Thought about the xsmall but small is good may get two years out of them.....ok here's the deal these gloves are ex…
- Greg, 12/04/12
Great warm glove, has lots of added length at wrist for keeping warm and dry with lots of finger room.…
- HELENA, 02/04/14
Bought these for my nieces from Arizona who have never been in a cold climate. Kept them warm and let them play out in the snow for hours!…
- Victoria, 12/14/10
High quality item from OR. Their precious little fingers will be warm and comfy.…
- Tim, 12/15/09
We got these for our 2 yr old so he could enjoy playing in the snow last winter. Our idea was that these would be easier to get on and off because of the long zipper on the t…
- Brian, 06/23/12
I've wasted so many hours trying to get my kids to put their thumbs in the right spot only to have them lose the right spot for the rest of their fingers! Marmot's split mitt…
- Eric, 12/07/09
Just purchased these gloves in the store! My son loves them. He especially loves the grenade on them since he into good guys and bad guys now.…
- Nancy, 06/18/13
About Kids' and Toddler Gloves and Mittens:
Do they still let kids have snowball fights during recess? I sure hope so. If they do, then it is of the utmost importance that you equip your child with the gear that they will need to defend themselves on the playground.
Mittens and gloves are essential for forming great snowballs as well as constructing snow barriers or snowmen to act as guards. Boys and girls have tiny fingers which can succumb easily to frostbite so using the appropriate hand covering not only increases the speed at which you can manufacture essential snow warfare supplies, it also protects from digital damage.
The best gloves for kids are warm, waterproof, and visually appealing. Did I say visually appealing? I meant awesome looking. Basically, really cool gloves can supercede the snow battling by inspiring awe in your opponents.