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Give your pint-sized person some dry, warm protection when the fam hits the resort with the Burton Toddlers’ Mini Shred Heaterpack Mitten. This toasty little mitt features a DryRide waterproof shell with synthetic Thermacore insulation to keep moisture and cold at bay. When the temperature plummets, slide a hand-warmer pack into the zippered pocket for an added heat boost. The soft fleece lining adds comfort and wicks moisture, so you can get your riding time in without dealing with a screaming kid.

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Hand warmer pocket was the ticket.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great quality, long cuff, and the hand warmer pocket was the deciding factor. The wife and I tried several brands before settling on these. The Marmot had a great velcro opening along the cuff easing entry and exit, but the hand portion was too narrow for our average 2T son. The REI mitts were good quality and good a fit. All of the mittens including these had me questioning insulation versus hand warmth. The hand warmer pocket here eases any concerns! What a great idea. 4 stars as if there was one area that could be improved it is the elastic wrist. While it does keep them on once they are on a velcro or cinch would be helpful. Still a great product.

Solid kid mittens

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought 2 pair - Trooper Camo for my 3 yo boy and Punkstar Plaid for my 5 yo girl. Both get great marks for appearance. We have used for only two weekends of skiing so far but performance has been good in terms of keeping little hands dry and warm. The handwarmer pocket is well placed for comfort and roomy enough to actually accommodate a hand warmer! The closure is described on website as "hook and loop" but it is more like a flap and velcro on the gauntlet to allow tightening of the gauntlet ...no loop. We have found that the elastic at wrist and long gauntlet work well to keep snow out. The wrist elastic is only thing that creates difficulty getting glove on but it also keeps glove in place...it's a trade off. Can't speak to durability yet, but we have found this to be a good kid glove so far.

I have a 3 year old who is average sized...I'm...

I have a 3 year old who is average sized...I'm unsure how to go about choosing the right size for him since there is no 3T...suggestions??

Will you be getting more iconic black in...

Will you be getting more iconic black in 2T or are you out for the season?

I have a 4 year old godson that I am trying...

I have a 4 year old godson that I am trying to get into boarding are thses a good size glove for him or should I go with kids gloves