You're kids have been begging to see the town holiday lights, so pull on their coats and slip their hands into the Outdoor Research Kids' Flurry Sensor Gloves and let them experience the magic. Your little ones will appreciate the stretchy Alpin-wool shell that shields their hands from the cold and the occasional snow flurry. The glove's fleece lining traps heat and wicks away moisture to keep their fingers cozy. Thanks to the gloves' MotionWrap construction and silicone grip pads on the fingers and palms, the kids will be able to enjoy their hot cocoa without it slipping out of their hands.
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