Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50* 25% Off All Mammut– Save on Clothing and Gear


Cold hands just get in the way.

The Swany Kids' X-Change Jr. Mittens cover up-and-coming-shredders' hands in toasty protection from winter weather. Multi-layered technical materials keep out cold air and moisture so your kid can forget about cold hands and focus on more exciting things like dropping that first black-diamond run.

  • Tri-Plex insulation system holds in warmth
  • Hipora breathable inserts keep out moisture
  • Swany leashes prevent accidental glove drops from the ski lift
  • Utility heat pockets with water-resistant zippers make a great spot to keep hand-warmers or locker keys

Share your thoughts



No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

    Add a:
  • Share a photo
  • Share a video


Product Fit:

Add Your Size


Height (ft, in):

Weight (lbs):

Size Purchased:

Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

Now review from the App.Download

Here's what others have to say...

Unanswered Question

How would a XL in this mitten compare to a women's small in size?

Are the mittens waterproof?

Hi Daniel,

Yes these are waterproof. The leather naturally is and there is also a breathable hipora insert that adds even more protection. Let me know if you have any more questions, I would love to help you find the perfect glove for your little one.


Great mittens for the cold days but...

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

My kids have the Swany Exchange gloves for everyday skiing and the mittens for the extra cold days. They have performed well now for over two years. Only two things fall short in my opinion. First the heater pocket is a bit small. You really have to stuff to get the heater in the Mitt. Also within the mitt the space is divided into separate finger areas, according to my hand can't fit in there. I think this is for the waterproofing.This makes donning the mitten a bit more difficult than just slipping it on for the little ones...gotta space those fingers out and I suspect it makes them slightly less warm than the same mitt without the separations within. That said my kids have skied these in pretty cold conditions. Our last trip was a single digit excursion, never broke 9 deg, in VT and the kids skied from 8-12 had lunch and then hit it again from 1-4pm. We used warmers and there weren't any complaints.

Great mitt.