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Stay warm and forever connected.

While you're waiting for the train on a blustery day, you'd rather not take off your gloves to play on your smart phone. That's where the touch-screen-compatible Women's Etip Glove from The North Face comes in handy. Since the train is always late, you can pass the time and keep your hands warm inside this stretch-knit, lightweight glove.
  • X-Static index finger and thumb allow navigation of touch screens on your smart phone, MP3 player, or laptop mouse pad
  • Women-specific 5 Dimensional Fit uses an engineered measurement formula to provide a great fit for your hand
  • Four-way stretch fabric doesn't restrict your dexterity
  • Silicone grip on the palm provides a good grip on your morning coffee

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4 5

Good glove

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Very confortable but not to warm. are ok.
there not bulky and allow finer movement.

5 5

Gets the job done

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

This glove does exactly what I need it to -- keep my hands warm on runs while allowing me to use my phone. I've taken it out so far in 30-35 degree weather and it was perfect. A shell may be needed for single digit weather, we'll see. I may also give it a try as a ski glove liner, although it's a bit heavy for that.

4 5

Phone friendly, good for moderate cold.

This is not a burly winter glove for the coldest nights and long hours spent outdoors.

But if you have the right expectations they are a great addition to your winter wardrobe if, like everyone else, you hopped on the touch screen bandwagon. I bought these for my mother so she could operate her iPhone without having to pull off a glove.

They have a nice, snug fit without being restricting. Touch screen compatibility is as advertised. Overall a solid buy.

5 5

Great!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used these for cool mornings and love them.

4 5

Not that warm but great for phone use

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

Not very warm especially in the fingers where the material for smartphone is located. but, they do the job and i like that i don't have to remove my gloves to use my phone!

5 5

Great glove

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

I like to wear this for hiking and running and under my water proof ski gloves. Won't keep you warm in extreme conditions, but will for thing like hiking or running.

4 5

Great light-weight glove

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

I bought these for my girlfriend, but I own a pair as well. I wouldn't wear them on the mountain, but they are great for a night on the town or driving.

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The size chart that comes up is Men's/Unisex. Is it right to assume that women's comparable sizes run a little smaller since they're labeled, "Women's"??

5 5

Great for everyday use

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

I've been wearing these gloves everywhere in the cold. They are slim and not bulky which makes it easy to do anything with them. I wear them driving and walking around outside in the cold. They are great with my phone and I've had no problems using my phone while wearing these gloves. I'm not sure how they do in extreme cold yet but I've worn them in 30 degree weather and wasn't at all cold. They also seem really durable and haven't shown any signs of wear yet.

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The size chart that comes up is Men's/Unisex. Is it right to assume that women's comparable sizes run a little smaller since they're labeled, "Women's"??

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http://www.thenorthface.com/wcsstore/TNF_STORE_US_ECOM/images/catalog/Womens_Glove_Size_Chart_For_Web.pdf

I had the same question so i googled online and found the actual size chart for women on North Face official website.

4 5

bought for the gf, overall she loves em'

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these for my girlfriend as a gift to help ensure she keeps her hands slightly warmer while using her phone in the cold Salt Lake City winters.

I too have a pair, and I can say they are very comfy. However, we haven't quite gotten into a full winter yet, so we are a little concerned how warm these will actually keep our hands because they are just so thin.

For sure a million times better than the alternative of taking gloves off to use your phone. These also are very responsive with your phone, which is great!

Will try to remember to update the review after getting a good test out in the cold later in the winter.

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i am a city mail carrier. I walk for about...

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i am a city mail carrier. I walk for about 6 hours a day in all sorts of weather. Our winters are cold and snowy. Can you suggest gloves that are warm, wicking, waterproof and still allow me to finger through envelopes easily. Thanks!

My daughter is a cop. It can be pretty ...

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My daughter is a cop. It can be pretty cold where we live. I saw these gloves. Im wondering if they will keep her hands warm this winter? She is a runner too. thanks for your output.

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These are lightweight gloves that work well in temperatures around 35-45 degrees. They would probably be fine for running in colder weather but if you are buying them for her to wear on duty, you will probably want something a little warmer. I like the North Face Insulated Apex Glove, which is low profile and sleek but blocks the wind well and has some insulation to keep hands warm. I also like the Black Diamond Windweight glove which is a fleece glove that also blocks the wind. She'd be able to wear either when running in cold weather too.

5 5

Good Buy

I bought these for my girlfriend as a gift. She is ALWAYS on her phone. She likes the fit of them and says the tip works good. Only problem is it takes a little getting used to when you generally don't wear gloves. These are warm too!

5 5

Great idea that works!

I saw these in the North Face store in Philadelphia (PA) last year and thought it was a unique enough idea to buy at first site! I take public transportation a lot and have an iPhone, so now I don't have to go bare-handed to check my email or send a text. I highly recommend these to busy commuters everywhere!