Leave the yodeling to the locals.

The last thing you want to do is give your toddler or infant any more reason to test out those vocal chords that they've recently discovered, which is why you reach for the Hestra Infant and Toddler Baby Zip Mitt when the whole lot of you are rambling outside on a cold, winter day. Designed to keep your pint-sized yodeler's hands toasty warm, the Baby Zip Mitt features Hestra's wind and waterproof design, while the PrimaLoft insulation ensures low-profile warmth—even when wet. Additionally, this mitt features a polyester lining that wicks away moisture, and the side zipper closure ensures wayward snow is kept at bay.

  • A warm, cozy mitten for playing in the snow
  • Waterproof and windproof exterior offers ample protection
  • Polyester lining wicks away moisture
  • PrimaLoft synthetic insulation assures warmth
  • Reflective logo provides extra visibility
  • Size 0 does not have thumbs to accommodate small hands
  • Reviews
  • Q & A


  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The gloves are great with a big zipper opening making it easier to put on your little ones. My only complaint is that they are lacking a clasp to put the two mittens together when not in use. I agree with the hard to keep on comment but that could be the case for any toddler in mittens.

Zip in.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Getting gloves and mitts on little hands is harder than landing the rover on mars. Not that I know that for sure, but I know that they landed a rover on Mars, and I know that, before these mitts, I couldn't get my girl's hands in anything to keep them warm. The zipper is genius. You can open the mitt up, place a little hand inside, and zip it in to stay. I've read others here say they couldn't get the mitts to stay on but I haven't had that problem. My 2-year-old thinks these are the coolest, and so do I.

Look great, hard to keep on

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Admittedly, this is for my 18 month old daughter...but I was hoping for an ability to tighten them down a bit. They just kept falling off, without her even tugging. We got a rubber band on and they stayed in place for a while, her hands were warm and dry after some snow play...so 4 stars!

I am trying to figure out the sizing of...

I am trying to figure out the sizing of the Hestra gloves for my 2 year old. Do I need a size 1 or 2? Thanks!

I spoke with online chat person and she recommended size 3 for my 3 year old. I would go for at least a size 2 and if your child is on the bigger side then a size 3.

According to Hestra their sizing goes off of age so a size 1 would fit a child from 1-2 years old while a size 2 is good for a child 2-3 and so on.

Not really

    Not very good. Sent it back. Admittedly it is hard to get gear for an infant but this one was a no.

    now she agrees towear gloves!

      I bought this glove for my 2.5 years old. Great for snow playing and easy to fit because of the wide opening (zipper on the side). Now my child is more willing to wear gloves!!!..and that's priceless

      hi, what size did you buy for your 2.5 year old?