Keeps Hands Dry, Pain to Put On
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
These ended up being alright, mostly in being somewhat of a pain to put on, and the insulation feeling a little thin.
They do appear to be actually waterproof, as opposed to the waterproof mittens you may get from the winter selection of some normal clothing stores.
The two downsides were that the insulation seemed a bit thin, and the wrist guard was a constant struggle. We bought two pairs, one for our son and one for our daughter and both behaved the same way. The zipper was hard to pull up, presumable due to waterproofing, but the bigger issue was the wrist part was not large enough to cover the sleeve of the jacket, but long enough that it wouldn't fit inside of the jacket. This resulted in the wrist part scrunching up and snow getting in between the glove and the jacket. Using them with a puffer was no issue, just a full waterproof winter parka.