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Warm gloves for 3 yr old!

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fivefour3twoone Fri 10-Nov-17 13:55:57

I'm after some gloves for my DS who's 3. Warm and waterproof needed. He can't get his fingers individually into proper fingered gloves so do they still wear mittens at this age or does that restrict what they can do? Totally clueless, recommendations and advice appreciated! smile

MedusaBadHairDay Fri 10-Nov-17 13:57:12

Ski mittens would be best - my 6 year still wears them

Scotinoz Fri 10-Nov-17 20:25:43

We got some really good ski type mittens for our girls last year. The brand was Barts, nylon so waterproof and had a cord so they don't get lost. Probably around £15, so not super cheap but they've definitely been good value.

Think we got them in one of the outdoor shops, but they're online.

www.barts.eu/product/nylon-mitts-kids-fuchsia/

fivefour3twoone Sat 11-Nov-17 09:26:50

Thank you, they look really cute, I like them. smile

needark Sat 25-Nov-17 19:52:40

Jojo maman Bebe mitts. Polar fleece, so warm and water resistant and easy to get on and off.

OwlKiss Sat 25-Nov-17 20:12:22

H & M are good for ski mittens, cheap but do the job.

I like the ones with a ribbed cuff inside to keep them on.

Definitely get more than one pair, so that if one gets wet, you can produce a nice warm dry pair from your bag - even waterproof ones can get cold and wet eventually.

crumble82 Sat 25-Nov-17 20:14:38

I second the Jojo polar fleece recommedation. My 4 yr old wears them for school and they’re great.

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