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The North Face Women's Metropolis Mitten - Dick's Sporting Goods

The North Face Women's Metropolis Mitten

Item Number: 11999195
Price: $60.00
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Designed with style in a warm, versatile silhouette, The North Face® Women's Metropolis Mitten is a beautiful mitt. Insulated with lofty PrimaLoft® insulation at the palm, this thermal glove keeps your hands toasty despite grueling weather around town. What more could you ask for?

FEATURES:

  • Women-specific 5 Dimensional Fit™
  • Radiametric Articulation™
  • Weather-resistant, reinforced palm
  • Comfy, knit cuff gasket keeps warmth in and cold out
  • Fabric: Shell: nylon ripstop / Palm: Amara / Palm Insulation: 1.8 oz PrimaLoft® / Back of Hand Insulation: 6 oz Heatseeker™
  • The North Face


Country Of Origin: Vietnam

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful pair of mittens! This pair of mittens was purchased for my granddaughter to wear when she is waiting for her turn at bat playing girl's softball. She loves them. Plenty of room for hand warmers, too. Great style. Happy I bought them for her. April 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by The thumbs were left out ... My hands are always cold and I L-O-V-E these mittens! I searched several locals stores and finally had to order them online. They are great for driving and have been keeping me warm. We've had several single digit days this winter and I would use a hand warmer inside if I was going to stay out for a long period of time. My ONLY complaint, the thumbs seem to have little to no insulation in them so I have to pull my thumbs back into the main part of the mitten to stay warm. February 4, 2014
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