6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great idea on paper,
My two year old hates to keep his mittens on (shocking, I know). Living in MN this is a real problem, not simply an annoyance. When I saw these mittens I figured my problems were solved! First let me say that these mittens are constructed well and of high quality materials. They are waterproof and seem like they would be warm. The problem is that it is almost impossible to get a toddler's thumb into a mitten in the first place; a fact that is exacerbated by the very long sleeve on this mitten! The irony of this is not lost on me, as the long sleeve is the feature that attracted me to the mittens in the first place. I have not successfully put these mittens on my son even once. His daycare teachers refuse to even bother with them. They probably work great for older kids, but I wouldn't know.
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Initial post: Mar 10, 2010 6:56:46 AM PST
Tim Clough says:
Your're not alone!
Lots of people have trouble getting kids thumbs into their mittens.
Did you know we also make mittens with no thumbs for this very reason?
It sounds like you would be better off with the Xtra Small mittens with no thumbs.
We offer a no hassel exchange or refund policy.
If you are not happy with the mittens for any reason you can exchange them for a different pair or a full refund.
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