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CLOSEOUTS . With adjustable cuffs, your toddler will be less likely to lose these insulated, waterproof mittens from Columbia Sportswear, and the palm patch makes sure they don't lose what they hold within them. Available Colors: ASTER, LOLLIPOP, CYBER YELLOW, WINDSOR, BLACK, BARK, ABALONE, BOUNTY BLUE, SWEET PEA.
- Sierra Trading Post
Bold, bright colors and great winter warmth make the Chippewa a hit with parents and little ones alike. Elastic at the wrist and a zipper at the cuff give these mittens a snug fit. Youâll love the fleece nose wipe on the thumb - perfect for dealing with those pesky cold weather sniffles without the dreaded arm-wipe. Leatherette on the palm helps little snow bunnies get a grip on sippy cups and favorite toys. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon dobby, Lining 100% polyester fleece, Insulation: 100% polyester, 100g, PU leatherette palm, Zip entry cuff, Elastic at wrist, Imported,
Slip the Columbia Infant Chippewa II Mitten over your baby's tiny fingers and let the rug rat crawl around in the strange, cold white stuff for the first time. A soft polyester fleece lining and polyester insulation ensures those tiny hands don't freeze as you haul the little one around in a sled, and the elastic wrist and zipper closure secure the Chippewa II so it doesn't get lost in the snow. The leatherette palm grips the sled and a soft fleece nose wipe gently removes the snot from his or her little rosy nose.
Get ready for snowmen and snowball fights with the Columbia Chippewa II Mitten for Infants. With a fleece lining and synthetic insulation, the Chippewa II Mittens are warm and cozy and a zipper at cuff makes on-and-off a breeze.
- Altrec Outdoors
Columbia made these mittens with bright colors and warmth to keep your little ones warm. PRODUCT FEATURES: Fleece nose wipe on the thumb Leatherette on the palm helps get a grip Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon dobby Lining 100% polyester fleece Insulation: 100% polyester, 100g PU leatherette palm Zip entry cuff Elastic at wrist
- Appalachian Outdoors