No More LOST Mitts with Smart Mitts!

This Smart Mitts review is written by Liz Brezer.

Smart Mitts that don't get lost
I heard about Smart Mitts through another Mom who bought them for her son. My daughter is 8 and I have to replace her mitts at least twice a year.

Since buying Smart Mitts,
I am no longer hunting down my daughterโ€™s one missing mitt.

The mitts are easy for children to put on all by themselves; the mitts are attached to a flexible band that wraps around the childโ€™s back under their coat. My daughter likes the security of her Smart Mitts being attached so she doesnโ€™t lose them if she needs to take them off. My daughter has never complained of her fingers feeling cold or wet when wearing her new mitts. The mitts fit snug up to the elbow, which keeps snow from falling in.

I wish I had these mittens for my children when they were toddlers, it would have saved me a lot of money and allowed for more time playing outside instead of wasting time looking for a missing mitt!


This review was written by Liz Brezer from PeapodMats.

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14 Responses to No More LOST Mitts with Smart Mitts!

  1. kathy downey says:

    I won a pair of these Mittens in a giveaway and we love them,they keep hands toasty warm and never get lost

  2. Lynda Cook says:

    These are amazing and remind me of my mitts that I had as a kid, mine went through the coat arms as well, and I loved them no more lost mitts, and always with you even when you take them off!!

  3. Darlene Schuller says:

    My Mom knits my kids mitts this way.. she did ours too! I’ve been pretty lucky w/the last child living at home now, she hasn’t lost any that we haven’t been able to find….

  4. Darlene Schuller says:

    My Mom knits my kids mitts this way.. she did ours too! I’ve been pretty lucky w/the last child living at home now, she hasn’t lost any that we haven’t been able to find….

  5. elizamatt says:

    So much better than those for my kids were, still it’s the same principle. I used to sew my kids mitts together with a long piece of wool that was threaded through their jacket sleeves and that was 35 yrs ago ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. elizamatt says:

    So much better than those for my kids were, still it’s the same principle. I used to sew my kids mitts together with a long piece of wool that was threaded through their jacket sleeves and that was 35 yrs ago ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Joni W says:

    My aunt who made us mittens made them like this.

  8. kristen visser says:

    I love these and my daughter totally needs them for next year. we actually just lost a mitt two weeks ago ๐Ÿ™

  9. Lynda Cook says:

    Best invention ever!!

  10. Amber Smith says:

    Well these are just brilliant! My mom used to sew a string in ours lol

  11. Carole Dube says:

    These are great, my mom use to sew a string in ours. I will get some for my granddaughter next year for sure!

  12. Joni W says:

    Do you ever say ‘lost your mittens? you naughty kittens. then you shall have no pie.”

  13. Cheryl says:

    I wish I had these when our daughter started school. Such a great idea ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    I remember as a kid I had mittens that had a string that went through the sleeves and was attached to the mittens. Similar I guess

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