Smart, warm and comfortable infant mittens that function the way you want them to! No thumb on these mittz allow for quick and easy on and off, and little fingers stay warmer. The toggle assures the mittz stay on. Fun and simple little infant mittz you and your little one will love.
These over-the-arm mitts are built to last and they will perform wonderfully for any outdoor adventure!
Lined with 3M ThinsulateTM
Rugged construction, though soft and flexible
Durable water and wind resistant coated Nylon
Weatherproof membrane with a rating of 5,000mm
New & Improved Fit and design
Extra-long wrists are designed to go over outerwear
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