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Aspen Times Weekly: Thumbless Kid Mittens



Dexterity comes second to warmth for small children playing in snow. A new thumb-less mitten concept from Veyo offers a simple covering from the cold.

The mittens are sold under the name “Mittyz,” and with designs that range from tiger paws to dinosaur heads, they roll with a youthful aesthetic.

My kids love them so far this winter for sledding and tromping through the ice and snow.

Any parent knows the pain of putting mittens or gloves on squirming kids. Then, outside playing, you pray the handwear will stay in place.

Based in Utah, Veyo launched its take on the kid mitten design to solve some of these common concerns. The mitts are easy to put on with a big cuff opening.

For more on this product, visit Stephen Regenold is the founder and writes about outdoors gear for Gear Junkie.

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