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Nike Women's Thermal Tech Printed Run Gloves

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Get both style and functionality when you wear the Nike® Women's Thermal Tech Printed Running Gloves. Therma-FIT® fabrication will protect your hands from the elements, so you can focus on making your best time. These sleek, stylish running gloves are made from soft fleece fabric with MP3-compatible thumb and index fingers. Push through your cold-weather training with the Nike® Women's Thermal Tech Printed Running Gloves.

  • Running gloves
  • Therma-FIT® technology insulates your hands
  • Soft fleece to prevent irritation when touching face
  • MP3 and smartphone-compatible thumbs and index fingers allow you to use your devices without removing gloves
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 23034806

Customer Reviews:

Nike Women's Thermal Tech Printed Run Gloves 3.5 5 13 13
Great for the athlete You'll love these. Thin but perfect for walking the dog, running, using your phone without removing your gloves. December 13, 2014
Ripped Fingertips Product arrived with ripped and frayed fingertips. December 12, 2014
Poor fingertip quality I wore these one time in a marathon. Bought them specifically to be able to maneuver my iphone music while running. They did keep my hands warm but the tips frayed and didn't always text on my touchscreen. March 12, 2014
Great Gloves I really do like them, but felt like they were about $15 dollars too much. I do like that I can text wearing them. February 19, 2014
Not so durable I would have returned them but when I was at the store, I asked them to take the tags off because I wanted to wear them out. Within 2 days the threading was coming apart on the right palm creating a hole. I continued to wear them because they are handy to have...small with touchscreen...but after a week, they just looked worn and I hadn't done any high activity with them. Even without the hole, they aren't worth the price. February 6, 2014
Pretty but... These gloves look fabulous on my hands, which is why I purchased them. However, they are not as insulated as I expected/wanted. The really cold air goes right through them so perhaps they are better worn in not so cold weather? I know they are running gloves so I guess I am guilty of buying them just for the looks. The MP3-compatible thumb and index finger was another feature I especially liked about these gloves. Although useful, that part of the glove around the thumb and index finger has begun to fray a bit and I have had to trim off stray threads. January 14, 2014
Awesome product! The gloves are so comfortable and cute! I love that I can use my IPhone while wearing them! I would definitely recommend these gloves! I wear them all the time, not just while running. January 4, 2014
Mixed review These gloves fit great, feel good, and the touch for my cell phone work better than any gloves I have ever had. But, they not are not as warm as I had hoped and the speed of delivery was horrible. Next time I will be shopping in the store. December 21, 2013
Nike gloves I ordered these gloves and when they arrrived they had a flaw. They reordered the gloves for me at the store. They were shipped to the wrong post office. It was the post office falult. The people at Dicks in Topeka have been very, very helpful this Christmas. I have received the gloves now and they seem to be O.K. Thanks! December 15, 2013
Disappointing These gloves are very thin and fitted. I liked that they fit so well, and the touch compatibility works, but the rest of my experience with the gloves wasn't very good. I may have gotten some defective ones, but I only had them for a week and a half and the wrist is already separating from the rest of the glove on the left hand. It has a huge gap in it where the stitching has just come apart. The material is fine, it just makes them seem poorly put together. There's also an annoying loop inside where the gloves are held together that I'll probably cut out because my fingers frequently get stuck in them when sliding on the gloves. Also as a side note, the gloves don't have any grip to them. They are fine for running as long as you don't intend to hold anything because the material is very smooth. I never carry anything with me but keys when I run, so it never bothered me. I only really noticed when I wore them to drive my car one time. The gloves are a bit expensive, but I figured Nike would get it right. It was really disappointing to see one of them fall apart so soon for the price paid. December 2, 2013
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