Patagonia Baby Puff Mitts

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With cozy Thermolite(R) ECO92 insulation and wind- and water-resistant shells, the toddlers' Patagonia Baby Puff mittens will keep your little one's hands warm for all-day fun in the snow.


We've made the Baby Puff Mitts to keep baby's hands warm in all manner of snow play. The mittens are made from wind- and water-resistant 100% polyester shell fabric treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to shed moisture. To keep small hands extra toasty, there's 100-g (60-g in the cuff) THERMOLITE(R) ECO92 100% polyester (92% recycled) insulation and an ultrasoft lining wicks moisture and dries quickly. Elasticized cuffs seal out the cold. Thumb compartments on all sizes.


Our Baby Puff Mitts are long enough to cover jacket cuffs and have a water-resistant shell, soft brushed tricot lining and 100-g (60-g in the cuff) THERMOLITE ECO92 100% polyester (92% recycled) insulation.

- Summit Hut

Whether your little munchkin is extreme sledding, making a snowman, or just hanging out at preschool, the Patagonia Baby Puff Mitts are a welcome dose of insulation so their little hands don't get cold. Featuring a tough exterior that's finished with a Durable Water Repellent treatment, the Baby Puffs have a synthetic insulation layer for warmth and a recycled fleece liner that pumps up the cozy comfort and warmth. Great for wintertime play, the mitts even have an elastic closure, so your bundle of joy can get them on and off all on her own, well, maybe...



Weight 1.8 oz / 51 g
Shell Fabric 2.7 oz 100% Recycled Polyester
Finish DelugeĀ® DWR
Lining Fabric 8.6 oz 100% Polyester High-Pile Double-Faced Fleece
Insulation 60 g ThermogreenĀ® 100% Polyester, 90% recycled

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