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KIDS’ HIKING MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS
  • KIDS’ HIKING  MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS
  • KIDS’ HIKING  MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS
KIDS’ HIKING  MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS

QUECHUA

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KIDS’ HIKING MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS

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  • KIDS’ HIKING  MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS
  • KIDS’ HIKING  MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS
KIDS’ HIKING  MITTENS - SH100 FLEECE - AGED 18 MONTHS-4 YEARS
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Our design team created this pair of knitted mittens to protect children's hands from the cold while hiking.

This pair of fleece mittens is warm and durable. All they need to enjoy the footpaths in the winter with warmth and comfort.

BENEFITS

Warmth

Comfort temperature between 0 and 5°C
200 g/sqm density fleece

Eco-design

We have reduced environmental impact by dyeing the thread before weaving it.

Ease of use

Wide opening that makes it easier for young children to get them on/off unaided.

Breathability

Polyester knit allows water vapour to escape.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

How will these gloves keep my kids’ hands warm?

We carry out thermal tests based on skin temperature taken from the finger, and capture the thermal comfort feeling from the child depending on the glove worn and the outdoor temperature. This is based on skiing and hiking activity.
The temperature range is calculated to give 70% of users a comfortable thermal feeling.

How does the fleece protect you from the cold?

Fleece is designed to trap air thanks to the volume created by its texture; this air acts as a natural insulator, keeping the body warm. It is the brushing of the knit fabric that traps the air.

How to keep your hands warm with the right clothing

When active, the body generates heat which is preserved thanks to the thermal insulation of your clothing. If the clothing is inadequate, your body cools and the blood flow to the hands and feet drops in order to keep your upper body warm. Your outfit therefore has a role to play in keeping your hands as warm as possible.
If you’re unsure about size, it is always better to choose a pair of mittens that are slightly too big than too small

ADDITIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION

Dyeing textiles uses lots of water, chemical products and energy. However, we enjoy wearing colour. To reduce this impact, we use the “Dope Dyed” technique where powder colour pigments are added when the yarn is produced (and not by soaking it in dye baths as is usually the case). This reduces consumption and the discharge of waste water from colouring our fabrics.