Boy's Gloves and Mittens
Picking out a pair of boy's gloves isn't as easy as just seeing something you like and buying it. Material means a lot; choose from polyester, spandex, knit, or fleece, all of which offer warmth plus dexterity. To ensure cold air doesn't come in around the wrist, it's beneficial to make sure the elastic at the wrist is snug and long enough to go under or over the jacket's cuffs.Five Finger Gloves
Boy's skiing and snowboarding gloves are for the guy who loves all outdoor winter activities. Look for those that come with three layers: a waterproof outer shell, an insulating middle layer, and an inner layer that wicks away moisture.Mittens
Mittens might not be a go-to item in the boy's accessory section, but sometimes keeping four fingers together has its benefits. Mittens are especially good for infant's and toddler's hands, because you don't have to try to get each little finger into a separate hole.Not Just for Warmth
Gloves are not just for keeping hands warm; in some settings, you wear them for protection. Consider cycling, for instance; cycling gloves come in handy on the off chance the rider lays the bike down or takes a fall. Features to look for when picking out boy's cycling gloves include pre-curved finger and palm designs, thermoplastic rubber knuckle protection, and padded thumb and palm areas. Stay safe and keep on riding.Be a Superhero
Every little boy is a superhero at heart. Help him show off his inner powers with a hand covering that sports an image of Spider-Man, Superman or his hero of choice. Boys will be boys, and that often means he doesn't want to take the time to put on gloves, but when you give him something he wants to wear, he'll feel more motivated.