The North Face Men's Etip Gloves

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The North Face Men's Etip Gloves is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 239.
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The North Face Men's Etip Gloves
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A warm, fleece glove that works with your touch screen device. The Etip Gloves are constructed of a cozy, four-way-stretch fleece that provides full palm conductivity for touch screens. The silicone palm provides an excellent grip on ski poles or shovels, and the Radiametric Articulation™ ensures a natural, relaxed fit. The North Face® Men's Etip Gloves are versatile and durable for warmth and protection all winter long.

FEATURES:

  • Select discounted colors are past season
  • Etip functionality works with a touch-screen device
  • 5 Dimensional Fit™ ensures consistent sizing
  • Radiametric Articulation™ keeps hands in their natural, relaxed position
  • Four-way-stretch fleece
  • Silicone gripper palm pattern provides superior grip
    • Brand: The North Face
    • Country of Origin: Imported
    • Style: A7LN
    • Fabric Content: stretch knit

    Web ID: 16TNOMTPGLVXXXXXXAOA

    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cheaply made product with an expensive name on it. Way over priced for the quality of the product. You are paying for the name The North Face to be on your hand. I bought these gloves because I THOUGHT they would be a high quality product that would work as advertised, I was wrong. The gloves are designed to be used with touch screen devices, and I have found that they don't work very well. I still end up having to take off my gloves to use my phone. I am also disappointed because these gloves have some rubber spots on the fingers and palm to help you grip things but after 2 months of wear, most of the rubber spots have come off of the gloves. Not to mention that the finger tips are close to wearing through. NOT WORTH THE MONEY!!!
    Date published: 2016-02-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Digital gloves yes. Warm gloves no. The gloves certainly let you use your digital device, but if you are buying these to keep your hands warm (i.e. the traditional function of hand-wear) they might not work out for you. Your hands might be well chilled! I find that if the temperature is below 0c they are really not useful at all, even if you are walking or have a high level of activity. The material really does not block the wind so you end up with cold hands. Good idea from a design standpoint but the material of the gloves is perhaps not ideal and needs more thermal or wind blocking properties to be of any use. I have owned lots of NF products but this is the first one I would say is a fail.
    Date published: 2013-12-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the price These gloves look great like most North Face products and are fine if you are just using them for quick trips outside. I used them to spend an evening at a football game and had to put another pair of gloves on. For the price of these gloves I should not have to do that. These gloves are incredibly expensive for what you are getting. You are paying for The North Face name. If I spend $45 on a pair of gloves they should protect me a lot better than these do. I am usually willing to spend a little more for something if I know it is quality, but I would never buy these again. Not worth the money.
    Date published: 2014-01-16
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gloves are great untill ETIP STOPS WORKING. i bought these gloves about 2 months ago. they were a little expensive $45 but i figured hey i can use my phone outside and not freeze my fingers off lets give it a shot so i bought them. they worked great for about 2 months now the ETIP no longer works i have to touch it at some weird angle to get them to work and i end up having to take my glove off to use my phone. honestly i would recommend just getting a no name brand and saving your money. maybe if northface would replace the gloves when the ETIP stopped working or make it so the etip lasted longer i woudl reccomend buying them. i dont wanna spend $45 every 2 months.
    Date published: 2015-02-17
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I had high hopes, but they fell short on delivery. I bought these gloves and paid the price premium over other gloves hoping they would provide decent warmth, good dexterity and allow me to use my iphone. Unfortunately, they are not warm at all. The slightest breeze below 32F and you can feel it on your hand. The index fingers keep twisting so the non-Etip material contacts the screen so I have to keep turning the "finger" but it wants to go back. When they gloves are not on, the finger still wants to twist. Now, a month later one of the seams on the left thumb has opened up. TNF wants me to mail them back, what am I suppsed to wear for 6 weeks?
    Date published: 2014-02-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from No protection at all! Bought these on my way to a soccer tournament because it was so cold out! Spent $45 on these, I assumed because they were northface that they would be quality and provide protection. Not at all!
    Date published: 2018-04-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent lightweight glove! First off, the picture above is a little inaccurate. The picture depicts gloves, but not with the metallic E-Tip on the index fingers and thumbs. These gloves are great for driving if you don't have a heated steering wheel and the E-Tips allow smartphone access while keeping your hands warm. They are on the lighter side, so while they could be used as standalone gloves, especially if it's windy outside, I'd recommend using these as liners and upgrading to the TNF Apex gloves (also with E-Tips, assuming you want to stay in the same "E-Tip family"). In terms of fit, they run a little large. I got these at an outlet store, so while they're listed as $45 here, I snagged them for $15 (including tax!), so that was a nice deal!
    Date published: 2013-12-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect For My Use Not really that warm, but they're great for a cool night walking the dog. I got them primarily because I hate holding on to the cold steering wheel in my truck in the mornings, but I didn't want to wear bulky gloves. My wife also has a pair. We both love them.
    Date published: 2018-01-30
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