REI Co-op Timber Mountain Insulated Mittens - Toddlers'

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Color: Black
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Offering big warmth for small hands, the weatherproof, insulated toddlers' REI Co-op Timber Mountain mittens are perfect for packing snowballs and building snow forts.

Features

  • Polyester shells feature waterproof/breathable and windproof inserts to help keep the elements at bay
  • Polyester insulation offers lasting warmth without excess bulk
  • Shells have grippy synthetic leather palms for a good grip
  • Hook-and-loop straps allow you to adjust the way the mittens fit
  • Gauntlet wrists extend coverage; toggles and cinch cords seal cold and snow out
  • Made using bluesign®-approved materials, which conserve resources and protect the health of the environment, workers and wearer (your kid!)

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Snowsports

Palm Material

Polyurethane

Fabric

Polyester (bluesign®-approved)

Lining Fabric

Polyester

Waterproof

Yes

Type of Waterproofing

Waterproof/breathable inserts

Insulated

Yes

Insulation Type

Synthetic

Insulation

Polyester

Gender

Toddlers'

Glove Type

Mitten

Sustainability

Contains materials that meet the bluesign® criteria

From a Climate Neutral Certified brand

Size Chart

XXSXS
Length3.75 - 44 - 4.25
Hand Circumference4.5 - 55 - 5.5

Sizing Notes

Measurements are stated in inches.



Measure hand circumference: Measure around your dominant hand at the knuckles with fingers together; do not include your thumb. Measure hand length: Measure from the crease at the base of your palm to the end of your middle finger. Use the larger of the two measurements to select your glove size.

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