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Warm, cozy mittens packed with protection against wet winter weather.

Keep your kid's digits frostbite-free with the Dakine Kids' Tracker Mittens. Cozy high-loft insulation warms your child's paws while he or she learns how to ski or snowboard while waterproof, breathable DK Dry inserts act as a main line of defense against wet, wintery elements. Soft fleece internal linings feel comfy against your grom's hands while one-hand cinch gauntlet closures block out the snow, cold, and wind during chilly lift rides.

  • Waterproof DK Dry inserts
  • Nylon and polyester shells with DWR coating
  • Polyurethane palms
  • Fleece linings
  • Synthetic insulation
  • One-hand cinch gauntlets

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5 5

Great!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Purchased size M in black for my 6 year old son. They fit. I hope they fit next year. Worth the price. He had cold hands, not any more. I have been using a pair of Dakine mittens on myself for over 5 years. They are durable, warm and waterproof.

5 5

"They're Perfect"

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

7-Year-Old's Observations:

"They're perfect. They are very warm. I like how they go over my jacket sleeves. You can move your hands around a lot. They are good for girls or boys (apex color)."

She has had zero complaints.

5 5

Great mitten!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My daughter was happy to report her hands stay warm and dry. I ordered a size larger for the days when she spends extended time playing in the snow to accommodate another mitten for extra warmth.