1.3 oz / 37 g
7.5 oz 100% Polyester Double-Faced Fleece, 85% Recycled
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The Patagonia Baby Pita Pocket Mitten is a fleece mitten for tiny paws. So cute you'll want to just gobble them up, the mitts encase all fingers in one Area with the thumb separate so they have some wiggle room. Super soft fleece is warm enough for a fall day at the park or even going for a drive in mom's car. The ribbed cuffs help them stay on and make putting them on even easier. Are you a pita pocket? Or a little baby?Features of the Patagonia Baby Pita Pocket Mitten Warm polyester double-faced fleece (solids with 85% Recycled content) in a mitten styling Ribbed cuff for easy on/off Moisture-wicking polyester lining adds warmth Thumb compartments
Just like pulling a toasty treat out of the oven, Patagonia's Pita Pocket Mittens are as warm and comforting as can be. Quick to dry and insulate, these fleece mittens are made entirely from recycled poly with a brushed tricot lining to keep the cold at bay while keeping those little hands nice and happy. PRODUCT FEATURES: Body: 8-oz 100% recycled polyester double-faced fleece Lining: 2.2-oz 100% polyester brushed tricot
- Appalachian Outdoors
In biting cold, our double-faced fleece Pita Pocket Mittens make sure little hands don't falafel. Indeed, they'll feel wonderful-all snug, toasty and dry inside the cozy, moisture-wicking 100% polyester fleece (solids 85% recycled). Stretchy rib-knit cuffs stay put; separate thumb compartments on all sizes allow dexterity.
Ribbed cuffs on the Patagonia Infants' Pita Pocket Mittens makes getting on and off easy and helps hold these mittens in place over your fidgety child's hands. These soft fleece Patagonia Pita Pockets have thumb compartments and moisture-wicking linings so tiny fingers don't get overheated.
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