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  • New Taupe Green/Camo Prnt
  • Utility Brn Camo Txt Sm P
  • Tnf Medium Grey Heather
The North Face Boys' Moondoggy Gloves

$19.97 - $29.00

WAS: $29.00*

  • Blue Vibes
  • Pinkafection
  • Black
Obermeyer Kids' Thumbs Up Mittens

$15.99 - $21.97

WAS: $26.00*

  • Gray Heather
  • True Black
Burton Youth Vent Gloves


WAS: $44.95*

  • City Grey/Black
  • Cllgte Nvy/Brght Indigo
  • Nocturnal/Wild Fuchsia
  • Pink Ice/Black
Columbia Toddler Chippewa Long Mittens

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WAS: $25.00*

  • TNF Black
  • Tnf Medium Grey Heather
The North Face Kids' Sierra Etip Gloves

$23.97 - $30.00

WAS: $30.00*

  • Crystal Aurora
  • Feel The Beet
  • Knight Black
  • Black
Obermeyer Teens' Lava Glove

$39.97 - $49.50

WAS: $49.50*

  • Black Tetonic/Black
  • Night Wave Conifers
  • Black
Columbia Youth Core II Ski Gloves

$19.99 - $29.99

WAS: $40.00*

  • Black
Igloos Youth Ski Mittens


WAS: $19.99*

  • Ice Flowers
  • Network
Obermeyer Kids' Thumbs Up Mittens Print

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WAS: $29.00*

Choosing the Best Winter Kids' Gloves

Choosing the Best Winter Kids' Gloves

Winter gloves are essential for keeping your child's fingers toasty during the colder months. Whether you're looking for everyday gloves, touch screen gloves, or ski gloves, you'll find everything your child needs at Public Lands.

Does Your Child Need Gloves or Mittens?

Generally, mittens are easier for kids to put on than gloves. They're ideal for everyday tasks, including waiting at the bus stop and playing on the playground.

Gloves may be a better choice for sports and activities that require more dexterity. For example, your child may want to wear touch screen gloves while texting and using a smartphone. Since gloves allow each finger to move independently, they're perfect for opening backpacks and handling homework, too.

What Level of Water Resistance Is Right for Your Child?

Water-resistant gloves are built to repel splashes. They can help keep your child's hands warm and dry for a short amount of time. If your child will be in light rain or snow flurries for a little while, water-resistant gloves are recommended.

For outdoor sports, winter walks and playing in the snow, waterproof gloves are ideal. These gloves don't allow any water to get on your child's hands. If your child spends lots of time in heavy rain or snow, waterproof gloves will provide optimal warmth and protection.

Are Fleece Gloves or Insulated Gloves Best for Your Child's Needs?

Fleece gloves are soft and comfortable, and they're ideal for chilly days. For colder weather, insulated gloves will help keep your child's hands warmer. Insulated gloves are recommended for winter sports, too.

After you've found the perfect gloves for your child, don't forget to shop for other winter gear! Check out kids' jackets, kids' hats, and kids' pants!