Toddler Boy’s (2 – 4) Long Thinsulate Lined / Wateproof Ski Mittens – Red

By | February 18, 2018

Toddler Boy's (2 - 4) Long Thinsulate Lined / Wateproof Ski Mittens - Red

Keep your little guys hands warm and dry in these long cuff style mittens. The mittens are both Waterproof and Thinsulate lined. They have a center panel velcro closure to make it easier to get these on and off your little guy. This item is fulfilled by Amazon.

  • Waterproof and Thinsulate Lined
  • Center velcro closures
  • Rubber-Tech palm patch

2 thoughts on “Toddler Boy’s (2 – 4) Long Thinsulate Lined / Wateproof Ski Mittens – Red

  1. R. Buchmann
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice quality, but thumbs are tricky as others have stated, January 22, 2014
    R. Buchmann (Duncansville, PA) –

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    We are happy with these mittens and my son likes wearing them.

    As others have mentioned, it is tricky getting the thumbs of my 2 1/2 year old to alight properly, but I think that is an issue with most mittens. The velcro straps do make it easier to put the mittens on, so that is nice. I highly suggest opening the velcro all the way and making sure you have a good sense of wear the thumb whole is in relation to the rest of the mitten. It helps a bit.

    Depending on the coat your child wears, you may choose to put the mittens on before the coat so that 1) you can get the mittens on all the way, 2) the snow will have a harder time working its way in, and 3) there will be less bulging of the mitten opening and the coat sleeve openings.

    As mentioned, my son is currently 2 1/2 and there is room to grow in these which is nice.

  2. Alek Kolin
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GREAT Mittens!, February 1, 2016

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    Soooo Warm!!! We were out in the cold for over an hour and my son’s hands were “hot” when I pulled these off. I saw some others say they were difficult to get them on but I didn’t think so at all. I simply rolled the upper part down to slide my son’s hands in and then pulled them up over his jacket. They stayed in place the entire time!

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