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Smittens are for Skiers too

Smittens are for Skiers too

Late last year I received this email from a mom I met while at a hockey tournament in Boston. To be honest, I had forgotten about the encounter until I got the email. I had taken some Smittens with me on the trip thinking if I saw any kids stores, I would stop in and chat with the owner. Well didn't work out, so when I saw a little master mitten taker-offer, I knew what to do.

Thank you to Lisa from New Hampshire for sharing her story, and pics of her little olympian.

skiing smittens

I have been meaning to reach out to you for awhile now. I met you at the Haverhill Massachusetts ice rink where you were so kind and generously gave my son a pair of your blue mittens. These are the best mittens! We do not use anything else from going out sledding to his new hobby’s Skiing and hockey! I just wanted to reach out to you and say thank you and attach a few photos for your enjoyment! Feel free to share on your page. The first two photos are from last year when he was 1.5. Now he has a new little brother and is skiing up a storm. The gloves still fit great! Thanks again

Lisa 
South Hampton N.H. 

smittens snowman





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