Hot Fingers Youth Rip-N-Go Glove
Good gloves, but pricey
The gloves are a good quality glove, but quite pricey for kids' gloves. I hope to be able to hold on to them long enough for my next child to wear them in a few years so that I actually get my money's worth out of them.
March 11, 2013
I am so happy to have gloves that are waterproof and warm when we go snow tubing.
March 6, 2013
Advertised as very warm, these were $35 for a pair of kids' gloves ... not warm at all.
January 17, 2013
A Winter Staple
Purchased for my 8 year old son. They run very large. He is wearing the ones labled for a 5 to 6 year old and still has room to grow in them.
January 9, 2013
My daughter loves them even though we had to take back the first pair as the seams were not as solid as they should be. The new ones are great. She never has cold or wet fingers.
February 28, 2012
Good gloves, fit my 7 year old daughter well and kept her digits toasty on the slopes... The smaller version was a bit difficult for my 5 year old duaghter to get her hands in... Would recommend mittens for the smaller kids.
February 26, 2012
I had a pair last year and loved them. They run a little small. Exchanged them at the store. Had no problems with the exchange.
November 9, 2011
Huge waste of money
These glove are no better than a $5 pair of gloves that you can get at any discount retailer. After 20 minutes playing in the snow, these "waterproof" gloves were soaking wet all the way thru!
February 7, 2011
These gloves fell appart imidiately. The so called water proof insert is nothing more than a plastic bag. I thread in one of the fingers made it difficult to put the glove on. My kid pulled on the thread and the glove fell apart.For [$] you can do much better at LL Bean.MF Kanssas city
January 10, 2011
they are good
i like them
December 30, 2010