We created a new listing for Children’s Cotton Gloves to make it easier for parents to locate them quicker. In the past, we listed them as a size under our adult unisex models and they often got overlooked. So based on phone calls, we have included them as a separate listing.
These cotton gloves are also popular for children with
eczema problems since they are a very high-quality 100% cotton.
At this new listing, you will also find links to other popular children’s gloves for special occasions. They can be found in the “related” tab.
These McDonald’s French Fry Gloves are not available for purchase yet, but I imagine someone will cash in on this ideal eventually…Probably, by next winter.
However, if you still need some children’s gloves, giving that spring time has been late to arrive, I suggest you check out our children’s winter gloves. Prices have also been reduced on what remains in stock.
It’s rare that I mention children’s gloves and I’m not sure why since they have represented a large share of our business for many years. As a matter of fact, I’ve even developed and made some models for other companies. It’s a hand protection segment often overlooked by the big glove companies but kids need and like gloves, too.
The obvious thought that comes to mind is protection from the cold during the winter months. I remember that well when I was a kid and gloves were as important as a good pair of boots and my mother was always right to make sure I was equipped with a good pair of gloves. After all, they were vital for snowball wars!
Gloves have always been the ideal stocking stuffer. After all, it is Winter.
This season our glove sales have been exceptional again. Maybe it’s the weather; maybe the economy is improving but one thing is for real; Winter Gloves are HOT! In fact, we are running out of models well before previous years.
Here’s a few links to help you find the perfect winter glove or gift. And remember, this is the last week for Standard Shipping.
This is a poignant story sent to me this week about gloves, of course. This has nothing to do with the children’s white gloves which we sell but it just goes to show you how a 46 year old pair of children’s gloves can bring back to memory one of the most iconic images of the twentieth century.
For more about this interesting story click on the title of this post and follow the links.
It makes me wonder where the thousands of children’s gloves we sell each year end up. I only hope they serve for a more jovial function.