Serious business in a small package.
Wee hands need just as much warmth as big paws, so Burton hooked the Minishred Toddlers' Heater mitten with Thermacore synthetic insulation and a soft microfleece lining to keep your short-stack shredder happy on icy January days and during all-time blizzards. The waterproof and breathable DryRide Insane 1.0 membrane locks out moisture like a champ, while the DryRide Ultrashell fabric and Toughgrip PU stand up to all the shenanigans that your grom will get up to. Not that he'd ever do anything questionable of course, but it can't hurt to be prepared just in case.
- DryRide Insane Membrane 1.0 2-layer waterproof and breathable laminate
- DryRide Ultrashell fabric
- Thermacore synthetic insulation
- Microfleece lining
- Toughgrip PU palm
- Hook-and-loop closure
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
My two year old loves these mittens and they're easy to get on and off. I love the high wrist/arm so it's hard to get snow inside. There's no sinch on the wrist though, so it might not work as well on a thinner jacket sleeve.
Weird shape, not worth your effort
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: 4
The cut of these mittens (wide at the entry, narrow at the fingers) made them impossible for my daughter to keep on, even with the wrist strap, because they were "too tight" in the fingers. We spent more time putting them back on than having fun. I finally gave up and bought a different pair at the ski area. Size up at least one size or avoid entirely.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
These gloves kept my little mans hands nice and warm. He never complained about being cold. They were easy to get onto his little hands. When I got them I thought they were going to be pretty big on him but they worked perfectly for him.
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