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The North Face Montana Mitt for when gloves just won't cut it.

When the snow starts to fly this winter put your girl's hands in The North Face Montana Mitt. Two layers of durable, waterproof, breathable, HyVent fabric keep her hands dry, while synthetic Heetseaker insulation locks in the warmth
  • Zippered stash pocket stashes her necessities or heat packets
  • Youth-specific 5 Dimensional Fit and Radiametric Articulation won't limit her hand motion so she can still get a good grasp on her sled handles or ski poles
  • A Storm Door cuff gasket keeps warm air from escaping

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

best glove I have ever owned. They are truely waterproof. I always hated having cold hands when skiing,so I got mittens to decrease surface area to maintain warmth better and it works great! the extra features just sweeten the deal!

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so you don't ever lose your gloves

3 5

Comfortable but not warm enough.

They are comfortable but not warm enough for 5 years. Her hands were cold in 10 degree.

5 5

Warm and Stylish

Bought these for my seven year old daughter who loves to ski but hates to be cold or uncomfortable.
She loves these, mainly for the color, but I am pretty sure she enjoys the warmth and the dry hands after a day of making turns. I would definitely recommend these mittens to others.

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Jenny, what size did you order for your 7 year old?

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I ordered her a size Medium.