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  • DAKINE - Hornet Mitt - Toddler - Black
  • DAKINE - Hornet Mitt - Toddler - Pink
  • DAKINE - Hornet Mitt - Toddler - Blue

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  • DAKINE - Hornet Mitt - Toddler - Black
  • DAKINE - Hornet Mitt - Toddler - Pink
  • DAKINE - Hornet Mitt - Toddler - Blue

DAKINE Hornet Mitt - Toddler

$15.95

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    • Black, S
      $15.95
    • Black, M
      $15.95
    • Black, L
      $15.95
    • Pink, M
      $15.95
    • Pink, L
      $15.95
    • Blue, S
      $15.95
    • Blue, M
      $15.95
    • Blue, L
      $15.95
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    2 Reviews

    Details

    Don't let those tiny fingers get cold. Slip them into the toasty DAKINE Infants' Hornet Mitts.

    Slip your child's hands into the DAKINE Infants' Hornet Mitts, and let the plush Thermoloft insulation provide warmth for chilly days outside. Leather palms make the Hornet Mitts tough enough to last until your little one outgrows them, and removable wrist straps keep your grom from dropping them in the park.
    • Item #DAK0516

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] nylon, [palm] synthetic leather
    Insulation
    Thermoloft
    Removable Liner
    no
    Closure
    elastic cuff
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years limited

    Tech Specs

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    Have questions about this product?

    the size chart says small and large for toddlers. but the sizes available for toddler are medium. will these gloves fit my 2/3 year old? thanks

    do these have a cinch cord at the opening...

    do these have a cinch cord at the opening like my adult Dakine mits?

    Do these sufficiently cover the wrist? ...

    Do these sufficiently cover the wrist? Despite trying to keep my boy's current mittens tucked into the jacket, when he took a beater in the pow, snow covered his exposed wrists. I need to avoid this to keep him happy.

    Best Answer

    The best thing to do is to get him a jacket with wrist gaiters or a glove with an insert in it. If he got an insert it would give more protection from the elements. These gloves will cover the wrist just fine, but it will only cover a few inches when the glove comes out of the jacket . So once the glove comes out of the jacket, hes back to square one, and obv thats not what you want. Dakine Brat Glove will probably give more coverage, but its all dependant on if they will fit. Best bet is to try to get a jacket with wrist gaiters tho, they work wonders. Hope this helped :)

    Unanswered Question

    hi, looking for a pair of mittens for my...

    hi, looking for a pair of mittens for my ninth month old boy. probably like two pairs, one for snow like thes and maybe just another pair of fleece ones. suggestions please? many thanks