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Seirus Innovation. commitment to excellence in product innovation, quality and customer service for over 30 years the team at Seirus Innovation has been able to develop cutting edge technologies and products that have proven us to be a leader in cold weather essentials. We carry over 300 products covering five unique categories: gloves liners masques amp; clavas hats amp; quick essential equipment. With the ever changing snow sports market, you can rely on seirus remaining at the Forefront of innovation. Fabric Type: 200g Thermolite.

The Seirus Childsplay Mitt is designed for Toddlers to offer ultimate protection from the cold. Features 200g of Thermolite insulation, Duratex shell, ToughGrip palm, Waterproof fabric with full velcro back opening for easy hand entry. Toddler sizes S, M, L

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