Journey’s End Gloves
Pretty and comfortable gloves
These gloves have a very soft white fleece interior. My daughter loves the design.
Regarding the fit: I bought a size small for my 5 year old. She has room to grow in them. They will probably last two seasons.
November 17, 2014
Fun colors/patterns so our girls always know which gloves are theirs, warm and easy for little hands to put on independently
October 27, 2014
Warm and comfy
We are always looking for gloves for the winter that we can use in the occasional snow we get. These are perfect...she will stay dry and warm while building her snowman. They are cute too with the fun dots. They look great with the blue Hanna Journey's End Jacket we picked out...bring on the winter.
September 26, 2014
Cute, perfect and soft. very recommended, we always bought this product all the time,.. love them.
March 23, 2014
Our last pair survived two Chicago winters and the Polar Vortex. Warm and durable
March 6, 2014
Very nice gloves
These are warm and don't get wet in the snow too easily, and they look really cute with many things.
January 28, 2014
Finally found a pair of waterproof gloves she'll wear!
These gloves are wonderful. My daughter is 6 and I bought her the small. She has somewhat chubby/ short hands. The finger length is perfect and the elastic around the wrist is just right without being too tight. I hope she can get another winter's use out of these, regarding size, if not I will buy her a new pair next year in medium. They are cozy inside without being bulky.
January 6, 2014
Great quality and durability
I bought the gloves on sale, a little larger in size. My daughter will better fit in them next year, but it does not matter. The colors are easy to match to any new coat. The lining is warm, the stitching is good. They have a hook to allow for attachment onto pockets of ski jacket. Overall, I would recomment buying the size M for a 9-10 yo.The Large is more for 11-12 yo. They are thick gloves, but still very flexible for finger movements. Not sure about being waterproof though. Probably not appropriate for skiying, but allright for building a snowman?
January 3, 2014