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Mittens on a String for Kids and Babies: No More Lost Mittens

Updated on September 9, 2013

Mittens on a String Ensure Kids (and Babies!) Never Lose Their Mittens

If your kids constantly lose their mittens, then you need mittens on a string! These mittens have a string that goes in each of the arm holes of your child's coat: mittens on a string always stay in place no matter how much they play.

These retro mittens (didn't you wear them when you were small?) come in a variety of colors and patterns for both boys and girls. Stock up on these mittens on a string now--they make great stocking stuffers, too!

Did You Wear String MIttens as a Child?

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Mittens on a String for Toddlers - String MIttens for Kids in Several Colors

The colors rotate frequently for this style of mittens on a string, so do check back if your favorite is out of stock.

Mitten/Glove Clips

Mitten and Glove Clips in Several Colors



Glove and Mitten Clips



Clip the Gloves to the Jacket

This clips are great if you want to clip their gloves or mitten straight to their jacket. Bonus: When you little one takes off their coat, their gloves will still be attached to their coat!

List price: $6.00 ON SALE


More String Mittens for Babies

Mittens with Attached Strings for Babies 6-24 Months

These fleece mittens guarantee two things: they are toasty-warm and they'll never get lost!

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Mittens on a String for Kids: Complete Winter Sets

Cute string mittens with hats and scarves

Wearing mittens is the best way for your little one to keep his/her hands warm in winter because body heat between fingers is the best way for hands to maintain warmth. The mitten shape makes these gloves easy for young children to put on and take off. These little mittens are held together by a string. Practical prevention, the mitten string keeps mittens safe from loss when your child takes them off. These sets are great because they have scarves and hats that match the string mittens.

Magic Scarf Children's Kids Set Scarf Hat & Mittens Baby Blue

Magic Scarf Children's Kids Set Scarf Hat & Mittens Green

Magic Scarf Children's Kids Set Scarf Hat & Mittens Baby Pink

Mittens on a String

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Did You Wear Mittens on a String as a Child? - Will you repeat the string mitten tradition with your kids?

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      poutine 

      5 years ago

      We all had mittens on a string in those days.

    • ClassyGals profile image

      Cynthia Davis 

      6 years ago from Pittsburgh

      Great idea for kids to wear mittens on a string. It's better than them losing them all the time.

      Angel Blessings**

    • ClassyGals profile image

      Cynthia Davis 

      6 years ago from Pittsburgh

      Great idea for kids to wear mittens on a string. It's better than them losing them all the time.

      Angel Blessings**

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      NYtoSCimjustme 

      6 years ago

      I did! My Mom used to have a fit because my brother always lost his - I can still hear her say "How do you lose Mittens on A String?!" My brother was a talented boy :)

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      Wow, we had these as kids. What a good idea to keep them from getting lost.

    • hsschulte profile image

      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      I didn't wear them as a kid, but my kids do!

    • Susan300 profile image

      Susan300 

      6 years ago

      I have mittens on a string *now*, (and I'm too embarrassed to say how long I've been wearing them!)

    • pencilonpaper profile image

      pencilonpaper 

      7 years ago

      I donât think I had them. If I did I was too young to remember. But I wish I had a pair because they look soooo cute!

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