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Warm and protected.

When your fingers redden with pain in the cold weather, it's time to slide The North Face Women's Etip Gloves on. The knit fabric has a four-way stretch so your wiggly digits have the freedom of movement they require. Etip functionality allows you to play with your phone while you wait for the bus, and the silicone gripper helps you hold it so it doesn't slip out of your hands. The North Face built these gloves from the inside out to ensure a women-specific fit no matter the size of your hand. And Radiametric Articulation means your hand will stay in its natural position without any restrictions.

  • Four-way stretch knit fabric
  • Silicone gripper
  • Etip functionality
  • Women-specific, 5 Dimensional Fit
  • Radiametric Articulation

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4 5

TNF Etip Gloves

The Etip works with my iPhone. The gloves are light, comfortable and stretchy material. Good product.

5 5

Great gloves for texting while wearing

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

I gave this as a gift to a friend. She reported that she "loved" the gloves. She wears them for her commute and for walking around on cool days when you want to answer your phone without taking your gloves off, or reply to a text or two.

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Are these the old version or the new...

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Are these the old version or the new version?

2 5

Not warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The e-touch feature is great, but these are NOT warm. I have a long walk through Chicago for work and if it's below 30, I have to keep my hands in my pockets if I'm wearing these gloves. If you are in an area that never falls below 30 then these are fine. For me, they were not worth the money.

5 5

First world problem solver

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

Bought these as a Christmas gift for my sister-in-law. Sure it's biased because the woman is obsessed with North Face, but she was super excited to get them and loves them to pieces. She wears a medium and says the fit was perfect for her. She was overly excited about her ability to text while wearing them. Call them the first world problem solver and get your loved ones a pair.

5 5

I've Ordered Four Pair . . . . .

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

. . . . . of this wonderful gloves -- two pair as Christmas gifts to my daughter and soon-to-be daughter-in-law, and two pair for me. :) They are a huge hit with all three of us. First of all, they're stylish and not bulky. Wouldn't be good in really cold weather, but since the point of these is to be able to use electronics while wearing them, it's doubtful that anyone would have a need to text while shoveling three feet of snow in 10 degree weather (other than the random die-hard).

5 5

Fits like a Glove :)

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Seriously. I have a size small in this glove..and they're perfect. Dexterity is awesome, warmth is amazing and the windstopper material does the job. I have worn these skiing at Snowbird in the 20's and 30's and ski touring in temps at about the same..and these gloves truly are awesome. So comfy and warm. The etip works for keeping gloves on a taking a photo or answering a call quick :).

5 5

Great gloves! !

Got these gloves in the gray color as a gift for my wife and she's in love with them.. Keeps her hands warm and they are very flexible and comfortable and not bulky so they look good too! Perfect for this chilly Chicago winter weather.

Do North Face's line of etip gloves feature...

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Do North Face's line of etip gloves feature etips on both index fingers or only on the right hand? (Shopping for a lefty.)

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The etip feature exists on both left and right index fingers and thumbs.