These are indeed warm, easy to get on, waterproof AND my toddler will wear them. So on all fronts, they're a win.
My only negative is that the extra wrist sleeve/protection that they have uses one of those super tiny zippers that get stuck basically every time we use them. I would just leave them closed (you don't need to open and close them to get them on), but one has gotten jammed. So now one glove has an extra sleeve, and the other has basically a wrist cape. $20 but I've yet to find better
Baby Snow Bunting
I wish onesies were allowed up to the toddler stage because with built in hats and gloves, this is by far the easiest option. Columbia is a great option, but anything with connected gloves and a zipper that goes down to the foot (because it's hard to shove a baby in a onesie) will do. Ranges between 35-$95 depending on color.
Okay, here's my thing about these Snowstopper gloves: they are logically the gloves I should love. They come in tons of colors, are a great price, and they have these awesome cuffs that go WAY up your kid's arm. The only problem? My kid won't wear them. Otherwise, on paper, they seem to be exactly the right move for winter gloves. I'm not giving up and am going to try them again this year, but the cuffs may just be too long if you have a fussy kid. $17.