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Kids Kombi Winter Mitts - $13.97 (Clearance)

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[Sport Chek] Kids Kombi Winter Mitts - $13.97 (Clearance)

Grabbed some at my local store yesterday but price is the same online. Couple colours and varieties to choose from. These are great to stock up on for backup when the kids bring home soaking gloves!

In case anyone is wondering, when I bought these during the last Mastercard promo, they were only about $0.60 cheaper. But sign up for emails with tempmail for another 10% off to beat that price!

If you're worried about shipping, order something else to qualify or select in-store pickup.
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Good deal OP! Any free shipping codes please?
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Thanks for that link. It would have saved some time when I went last month to find some gloves. None at Sport Chek are good for temps below -10C, even though I paid $230 for "Thermal" Helly Hansen ones. The Kombi ones were similar quality. Are there no places I can buy stuff good for -20 to -40C temps?
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also wondering if any free ship codes?
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thanks OP. ordered a pair for pickup.
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DougO wrote: Thanks for that link. It would have saved some time when I went last month to find some gloves. None at Sport Chek are good for temps below -10C, even though I paid $230 for "Thermal" Helly Hansen ones. The Kombi ones were similar quality. Are there no places I can buy stuff good for -20 to -40C temps?
You lose more heat from head, neck, body, etc. Warm core means warm hands. Just keep layering up everywhere.
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Fine for dry snow. Terrible for wetter snow as they’re not waterproof.

But can’t expect that from this price point.
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Need a free shipping code... "SCSHIP" no longer works
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shamans wrote: You lose more heat from head, neck, body, etc. Warm core means warm hands. Just keep layering up everywhere.
I had some great big down filled gloves years ago. Unfortunately, that was a Canadian company that could not compete with overseas suppliers and went broke. Never found good replacements. My avid skier aunt says good gloves are hard to find. She usually buys mitts...
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DougO wrote: I had some great big down filled gloves years ago. Unfortunately, that was a Canadian company that could not compete with overseas suppliers and went broke. Never found good replacements. My avid skier aunt says good gloves are hard to find. She usually buys mitts...
Mostly agree. There are good gloves, but in the 100$ range. My boy eats gloves, so I can’t justify spending that much.

Imposa to find boys gloves at decent price that can withstand boys...
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steven80 wrote: Fine for dry snow. Terrible for wetter snow as they’re not waterproof.

But can’t expect that from this price point.
It shows "waterproof membrane" , is this different?
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steven80 wrote: Fine for dry snow. Terrible for wetter snow as they’re not waterproof.

But can’t expect that from this price point.
+1

I have some of these for the kids. I like the long wrists so they tuck under the jacket but they aren't very good when it's wet. These things get soaked.
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1tallaznguy wrote: It shows "waterproof membrane" , is this different?
We have these gloves, there definitely is no waterproof membrane.. at least, not one that works.

These things soak through when playing in snow.
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For everyone concerned about any kids gloves being waterproof, they are going to be hard to find and certainly not available at this price point. You're likely better off grabbing 2-3 pairs of these so you can swap out between uses to dry/wash. At this price, you can easily justify that. Can't even get hot paws at Walmart for this price, which tear like a bugger -- that is my bigger concern with children's gloves and mitts.
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brock666 wrote: For everyone concerned about any kids gloves being waterproof, they are going to be hard to find and certainly not available at this price point. You're likely better off grabbing 2-3 pairs of these so you can swap out between uses to dry/wash. At this price, you can easily justify that. Can't even get hot paws at Walmart for this price, which tear like a bugger -- that is my bigger concern with children's gloves and mitts.
+1. Waterproof kids gloves don't exist at reasonable price point, given a max 2 year use due to growth (or lost)
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slimysnot wrote: +1. Waterproof kids gloves don't exist at reasonable price point, given a max 2 year use due to growth (or lost)


I’ve bought Burton gloves for my 3 year old last year from Sportchek for $20. They are much better as the sleeves are longer and they are in fact waterproof. I have 2 of the kombi for my 5 year old that I bought last year when she started school and they both get soaked with playing during recess and lunch breaks (probably and hour combined). I didn’t want my child to have wet hands and playing outside in the cold so I’ve ditched these and invested a bit more on waterproof gloves from North Face. Yes, they are more expensive but at least her hands are dry and warm. I would not suggest these for school or daycare it they’re playing in snow.
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seafish wrote: Shipping is free if you pay with Triangle Mastercard.
Good to know as I wasn't aware that was a perk of the triangle MasterCard

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