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These kept my daughters hand super warm all winter.. she loves them and its better than gloves, as they don't pull the fingers out and you have to sit and fix them while they just want to be outside building frosty.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got these for my daughter because her hands were getting cold up on the slopes in her Burton gloves. Although they lack some of the features of her gloves, they do keep her hands warm. They have the techy silvery lining that reflects heat, which really does work. The nose wiper is next to the index finger instead of on the thumb, which works fine. I only wish they had a draw cord to seal the edge around her jacket. However, this has not caused any problems yet. All in all a good, warm pair of gloves.
Write your question here...What ages...
Write your question here...What ages typically fit sizes XS, S, M, L, in Columbian Kids gloves??
Hi Amy - Lettered glove sizes (XS, S, M, L) roughly correspond to age via their numbered sizes (XS is 4-6, S is 6-8, M is 8-10, L is 10-12). However, because kids of the same age can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, I HIGHLY recommend that instead of estimating by age, you should find out what the child's usual size in apparel is - the apparel size will be equivalent to the glove size needed. If you're unsure what the child's clothing size is, you can refer to Columbia's sizing chart:
I got my 8 year old daughter a size 8 and they fit great.