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Keep those little hands high and dry.

Give your little shredder the DAKINE Toddlers’ before you head out to build an army of snowmen this winter. DAKINE gave this glove a convenient side zipper so you can get those tiny hands in and out without a struggle, while the Weathershield fabric keeps the moisture out. The full-length gauntlet prevents snow from sneaking in, and the Thermoloft Insulation dials in all-day warmth.

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4 5

Size chart is wrong

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Just a note for anyone thinking of purchasing, the size chart posted for this product is incorrect. I looked at these mittens in a local sporting goods store, and the sizing is clearly marked: S = 1-2 yrs, M = 2-3 yrs, L = 3-4 yrs. The M looked just perfect for my 2 yr old, with room to grow. Hope I can get her to wear them!

5 5

Cute and dry

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these for my five year old son in size L and they fit great. We got the Yeti design (so cute!) and he loves them. To confirm what the other reviewers have said, it is true that there is no zipper but I haven't found this to be a problem. The gauntlet opens wide enough to slip on and off easily enough.

My little guy adores playing in the snow and will stay out for hours at a time. These mittens have always kept his hands dry. They haven't failed us yet!

Description says there is a zipper but...

Description says there is a zipper but reviews say there isn't. So which one is it? Also, sizing chart shows only S and L but M is available. It's still a toddler M, right?

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It looks like the version of this mitten in years past has had a zipper, but it unfortunately no longer does. We'll make sure to update that right away. Thanks!

4 5

Great fit, no zipper

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These mittens fit my 3 yr old great. There is no zipper as listed in the description, this would have been a great feature to avoid some of the toddler wrangling that goes on without it. Still keeps his hands nice and toasty though.

2 5

No Zipper!

I thought these mittens were going to be great- the description said that they had a zipper on the side for easy on/off which is KEY to ensure right placement of little hands and thumbs in the right spots of the mittens- but these mittens do NOT have zippers! The picture of the mittens made it seems like the zipper was protected by the flap of fabric- which would have been great (added weather protection), but, instead, it just allows for a gusset that opens the gauntlet of the mitten.

Cute designs, solid insulation, and decent sizing- just disappointed about being mislead about the zippers... have to send them back. :(

4 5

Warm Hands...

Style: Got two pair in white deco for my 4 and 2 year old. They are darling.

Sizing: The size S was WAY too S for the 2 yr old and the size L was slightly to L for the 4 year old. Oh well... will be usable for next season as well right?

Quality: The plastic clips that clip the gloves together broken on one pair when I was opening them, the other broke the first day we used them. No big deal (until we lose one when they get separated). Otherwise, solid.

Warmth: This was numero uno for us and these do not disappoint. No complaints about cold fingers after hours in the snow. They have a soft and heavenly fleece lining. Smiles...

4 5

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We don't have any snow yet so I can't fully advise... but buy 'em for the zipper alone! Trying to shove teeny tiny hands, time after time, into mini mittens can be frustrating for all involved. We've practiced with these and so far I'm happy with them. For now, well worth the cost & we'll let you know how they are when the snow flies! Cheers :)
The loop things are a bit weird and won't stay on with the tiny velco dot in rough and tumble snow play but we may figure something else out... perhaps the old-fashioned 'string' through the arms might still be the trick.