Macpac Mitts — Kids'
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Why we made this
Warm and waterproof, the kids’ Mitts are perfect for their first day of skiing.
Designed for their first day on the slopes or snowball fights, the kids’ Mitts are warm and waterproof with cosy synthetic insulation and Reflex™ fabric featuring an internal waterproof membrane. The reinforced synthetic leather palm adds durability in areas of wear, while the elasticated wrist provides a snug fit.
Reflex™ fabric with internal waterproof membrane
Reinforced synthetic leather palm
Soft brushed lining
Elasticated wrist with glove clip
Inner Fabric 100% Polyester Main Fabric Reflex™ 100% Polyester Secondary Fabric 80% Polyurethane, 20% Polyester (synthetic leather palm) Membrane/Coating Reflex™ 100% Polyurethane (PU) Weight (g) 70
Consider the environment
Wash as little as possible and as often as necessary
Cold hand wash separately using a non-detergent soap — use a specialised product like Nikwax® Tech Wash®
Do not bleach
Do not use fabric softener
Handle with care when wet — do not wring
Rinse well until water is suds free
Line dry in shade away from direct heat
Spray with DWR treatment as needed
Do not tumble dry, iron or dryclean
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 3 answers
Hi. Is the waterproof and breathability ratings for the gloves and mittens the same as for the snow jackets?
BEST ANSWER: Hi Michelle, although not exactly the same they are very similar. All the best, The Macpac Team.
My question is the same, what ages do the sizes relate to approximately, there is no info on the size chart about gloves???
BEST ANSWER: Hello Alisa. An approximate guide would be Small 4yrs-6yrs, Medium 6yrs-8yrs and Large 8yrs-10yrs. Thanks.
What ages do the glove sizes relate to for kids, S, M, L equals what ages?
BEST ANSWER: Hello Wendy. This one is complicated as it will vary depending on the child. My guess would be that S=2yrs-4yrs M =4yrs-6yrs L=6yrs-8yrs the XS adult gloves can start to be more worthwhile from about 8yrs +. Hope this helps. Thanks.