Gone are the days of complaints of cold hands, which can turn a fun outing (or even just a commute to school) into a painful experience. My son is over the moon about his muffs. His hands are toasty, the way they Velcro on means no more lost gloves (and nothing extra for me to hold), and he gets loads of compliments. For anyone in a chilly environment, these are a must for cold month scooting
Once inside after a nice long ride the warmmuffs just hang right on the handlebar, never to be lost or misplaced. They are thick, long, covering the whole wrist and more, and adorable unicorn designed! Fun and warm!
I thought this was a good idea, and they are made well, but the design doesn't actually work well. I didn't realize he wouldn't be able to easily pull his hands out and off the handlebars...regular mittens will work better since he just rides for short bursts at a time while playing. If it was his main transportation, it would probably be well suited for that. Returning.
I have a 4.5 year old kid who gets whiny in the cold, but loves scooting and as we live in the city, it’s his main form of transportation. These are perfect, especially since this week his favorite color is “rainbow”!