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Heated gloves

Pamper your children this winter with lovely heated gloves. Playing outside in the winter can be wonderful, until kids can barely feel their fingers from the cold. This can put an end to the fun and doesn't feel very pleasant. Stop this problem by providing them with the very warmest gloves. From now on, they can run around comfortably, without being bothered by ice-cold hands. This equates to even more fun in nature. When temperatures drop, it's wise to have such a pair in the closet. Let the winter come with the heated gloves of Protectstore.

Latex gloves

Did you know that latex gloves are very suitable for winter? With such a coating you can keep your children's hands dry and nice and warm. Cold hands in winter are a thing of the past. Thanks to the good grip they are also efficient in use. Keeping them warm is an important requirement, but it's also nice when your child can move his hands and grasp things well. Going out for research in nature is not hindered in any way. From now on, they will hardly want to come inside. Maximum protection for your children's hands is within reach with a pair of latex gloves.

Leather gloves

A pair of tough leather gloves for children is very nice to look at, but of course also functional. With a nice soft lining you can be sure that they will feel warm and comfortable. By the way, at Protectstore we have an extensive range of winter clothing of the highest quality. We have these for the whole family, such as winter clothing for a boy. With just a few clicks you've collected the best clothes, and they'll be delivered to your home in no time. You can also pay safely and quickly, with iDeal and PayPal for example, or for free afterwards with Afterpay, so order the very best leather gloves today!

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