At least you've got that hand thing covered.
Keep your young ones comfortable even when their backyard snowball fight gets out of control. The North Face Boys' Montana Mitt takes care of keeping hands warm, although you still may have to be in charge of seeing to it that they get washed. A durable HyVent shell resists abrasion and moisture, while Heatseeker insulation keeps him toasty warm.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
My kiddies had some REI gloves before these and they would cry when it was cold.
These gloves have an awesome little zippered handwarmer pouch= happy kiddies on cold days. They also have nice gauntlets that extend over the jacket sleeve and they seem to keep all the snow out, even on powder days.
Keep in mind we are sissy's from CA and 30 is cold. If you live in Maine they might not be that warm.
My son lost his recently and I didn't hesitate replacing them with the same mitten.
No I don't work for NF, these gloves are just the bomb for kids. We have bought 3 pairs.
Pretty happy with these mitts, though they did get very wet on a couple of occasions. Despite this, our little guy never complained, so I guess they got wet towards the end of the day or his hands were warm despite the wet???
Used the sizing chart but found that these mitts run big. No big deal i guess - they will last a couple seasons but would have gone down a size had I known how big they would be.