Swany X-Change Jr Mitten - Kids'

Swany X-Change Jr Mitten - Kids'
Swany X-Change Jr Mitten - Kids'
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X-Change Jr Mitten - Kids' by Swany
A day at the resort is so much more than constant laps for your kids. From practicing turns to playing in the snow, the Swany Kid's X-Change Jr. Mitten keeps their hands warm and comfortable. This softshell glove is backed with a waterproof, breathable insert so they won't be complaining about wet hands halfway through the day. Tri-plex insulation and Swany Dry lining combine forces to keep their hands warm throughout the day. On extra cold days, slip a handwarmer into the zippered pocket for additional warmth. The X-Change Mitten features a leash, so there won't be any accidental glove drops off the lift.

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SKU: SWA0048
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