Waterproof exterior, 3M Thinsulate lining, and drawstring wrists. These thick gloves keep hands warm in the coldest wintry conditions and snow play.
May cause hands to sweat - which isn't a major issues if your top concern is warmth for winter activities.
Stylish and extremely comfortable to wear. Cool snowflake design on acrylic knit material. Warmer than gloves made of similar materials, as they are lined with wool.
Though they have touchscreen fingers, it's still a bit difficult to use them on some screens. Not waterproof.
Reasonable price and numerous features: 3M Thinsulate lining, waterproof exterior, attractive quilted design. Parents say they withstand snow play very well.
Picking the best size is tricky, as different owners have reported them to run narrow, too large, ill-fitting in the fingers, and just right.
Extra protection for playing in snow with 3M Thinsulate lining and long design that covers the wrists. Available in a wider range of sizes than most gloves for kids ages 3 and up.
True to their name, they feel bulky. Finding the best size is challenging, as they may run small or large. Some parents gripe that they don't seem to be waterproof.
Flexible gloves made of nylon, polyester, and spandex. Kids rave about being able to use their phones and tablets while wearing them.
Some discrepancy in sizing - may run too small or too large. Not enough warmth for long-term exposure to cold or for playing in snow.
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