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Description

Empower your fingers.

Tired of trying to operate the click wheel on your music player with bulky gloves? Can’t seem to dial the right number on your phone when the temperature drops? Grab a pair of The North Face Etip Gloves and say goodbye to your lame-finger syndrome. The North Face constructed this three-season glove with X-Static fabric to lock in warmth without limiting your most useful appendage’s fine motor skills.
  • Comfortably work your laptop touch pad, MP3 player, or cell phone with warm hands
  • Works well with touch-screen devices
  • Silicone grip pattern on palm for added grip

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1 5

Recvd Wrong Item

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I have several of these gloves, I ordered the asphalt in grey with the RED LOGO but recvd a totally different style and it had the white logo instead. Bad Back Country.... I contacted rep but gloves now out of stock so not much could be done just return it but why go thru the hassle. Rep tried to make it right but damage is done. I just wanted what I paid for Back Country.

Is this men's or women's?

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Is this men's or women's?

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Hey Caitlin, thanks for the question!
This is a unisex model. If you are unsure on size, check out the size chart above that you can print off to determine what your correct size would be. It's the little white ruler icon located beneath the size options.

5 5

What a surprise!!!

My wife didn't expect this awesome gloves, now she be in her Iphone no matter how cold is outside

5 5

Nice!!!!!

Nice glove to have when caught out in the cool weather and need to use your touch screen devices. Nice form fitting glove, not too bulky and works great with all of my touch screen devices.

4 5

Works as described

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

"These gloves are plenty warm yet not bulky and over the top. They work wonders on my touch screen. I'm able to type everything pretty easily with out many mistakes. "

4 5

Just like most North Face gear

They do what the said they'd do & they keep you warn. One item of note, the grip added to the glove for holding your cell phones is great, so don't expect your steering wheel to slide through them while turning.

4 5

Work great!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these as a gift for my mom and she loves using them to walk the dog while using her smart phone in cold temps!

3 5

Great Glove, over priced

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

The North Face has a sticker on the packaging with the barcode and below it the Retail Price. Retail Price listed was $40.00. I paid $44.95 before tax and shipping...not sure why they are selling above retail?

4 5

North Face Etip glove

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

awesome gloves! i have a couple of these now, different colors. i ordered the asphalt grey specifically because it had a red 'north face' logo on the website, but when i received it, it was not a red logo, but rather white. backcountry, please update your picture.

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Same just happened to me....Bad Back Country

4 5

Great dexterity, not warm.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love these because I can do pretty much anything with them on. I hate having to pull my gloves off to do simple things like unzipping a pocket or typing in my garage code. These gloves allow me to do pretty much everything. The only down side is that they're not real warm. On a really cold day I would not go with these gloves.

4 5

comfy, and work well.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I haven't got to test them in extremely cold city weather yet. But these don't make your fingers feel claustrophobic, and you can use your phone. I had a little bit of fat fingering while texting when first wearing.. But after a minute you'll get the hang of them.

Judging how thin they are, I don't think they'll keep your hands warm enough if it's a cold evening. For me that's not a problem as I like having my hands in my pockets in the cold, I naturally go to do that. It will be nice though to pull out my phone and not have frozen finger tips in 30 seconds.

my only complaint is that i'm not really liking the design with the power button symbol on the finger, and the writing on the thumb. it's kinda silly looking.

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Finally got to test these in very cold weather. As I assumed, they are good if you like to keep your hands in your pocket and randomly use your phone. If you were to keep your hands out and uncovered for long periods of time it would get pretty cold.

Also, in the one glove you will find a very large amount of thick tags sewn in, even after cutting them out there is this annoying and kind of thick spot from where the tags were.

Overall I still like them, though they aren't perfect by any means. I still think they are around 3 or 4 out of 5. So rounding up to 4.

5 5

Great Christmas Present

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I got these for my dad for Christmas and I am excited to give them to him! They seem great for him because he travels all day using his electronic gear!! Very happy!

5 5

Love these!

I have used these for skiing/riding & as a liner glove and they have been great! I run cold, especially in fingers and toes so I knew that I'd usually use them as a liner but they're surprisingly warm as long as I'm moving. I decided to go with these over a thicker liner because I need to write and sort paper while working on snow so I need to have some dexterity when I don't have my thicker gloves on. I chose these because they fit me better than other touch screen gloves (these come in an XL! yay!). Overall, when these wear out (which they will soon, I used them all the time) I'll definitely buy another pair.

4 5

Not quite a winter glove

I like the idea of these gloves and they work great on a capacitive touch screen. Keep in mind that these are best suited as a spring or fall glove. When I used these during the winter on really cold days, my hands got quite cold.

If you want to use these in really cold temperatures, I would recommend wearing them underneath warm pair of fingerless gloves.

3 5

eTip gloves

I've had these since last season. I would say that the gloves are great for drying quickly and providing warmth for mild days. I would also say that the etip isn't the easiest to use with my iPhone. The conducting tip on the index fingers have also worn away so I have to use my thumbs.

5 5

Perfect for running!

As a runner who can't stand treadmills, winter time running can get pretty chilly here in Utah. Not only do these gloves keep my fingers warm, but I found that I no longer have to stop, take off my gloves, and use my finger to skip songs on my iPod - something that has been quite frustrating the past few years. Now I can keep my pace and the beats moving without stopping. LOVE THEM!

3 5

North face etip gloves

These are very cool gloves to have, but they don't fit like a glove. They are not tight enought to get the full use of the feature. I might have to send these back and get a smaller size. They really have to fit your hand perfectly. Very cool looking but need to be engineered just a little bit better.

1 5

Gloves No Good

The second day after buying these gloves the seam started ripping out at the base of my thumb. They are barely warm enough to wear as a liner glove in above freezing temperatures. If it gets to anything below that then they are useless. The e-tip fingers are handy but begin wearing away quickly.

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