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Go ahead; touch away.

Tired of trying to fidget with the dial on your music player when you're wearing bulky gloves? Accidentally dialing 'gramdma' on your phone when you meant to select 'girlfriend?' Grab The North Face Etip Pamir WindStopper Glove and say goodbye to those feeble-finger blues.
  • Etip finger and thumb lets you work your touchscreen iThing, MP3 player, or cell phone with precision
  • WindStopper fabric blocks wind and provides insulation for your hands so that you can operate your device with warm digits
  • DWR-coating sheds light rain and snow
  • Silicone pattern on palm adds grip

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5 5

You won't find better

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

You won't find gloves that are more versatile than these. Yes, they're thicker than the much thinner Etip Gloves, but the added thickness is there for insulation and water-proofing. I put these gloves on and ran them under the sink to see if the water would soak through and I was kind of amazed my hands were completely dry. These gloves are great for shoveling snow, cold weather, or driving on a cold morning (I live in NJ). AND you can use your smartphone while you wear them. I would recommend these 100% of the time anyone asks me for a suggestion.

4 5

A Decent Glove

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I enjoy these. I always have a hard time with gloves because I have short finger so etips don't usually work for me and that is still the case with these ones. Like most TNF gloves on me they are tight around the waist when putting on so I can't size down but they fit perfectly minus the length. They are a really good windstopper and if I had longer fingers a great etip.

5 5

Great casual glove

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

These gloves are great for a day or night out, when you need something to keep you warm when you get in your cold car before or after work. Or if you're walking the dog, etc. Very warm and completely windproof and water resistant, these are a great glove for day to day activities. If you're looking for something to shovel snow, or do any sort of winter activity (skiing, boarding, etc) - definitely get something heavier duty.

The added grip on the palm and fingers of the gloves is great as well.

Definitely worth printing out the size guide that North Face supplies to pick the correct size!

4 5

Good looking glove

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

Gave these to my husband for Christmas, he likes them a lot, they are dressy enough to wear with a wool overcoat yet look equally as nice with a ski jacket. Something worth mentioning is that they do run small, I purchased an XL for him, his normal size, and he almost sent them back because they did feel pretty tight right out of the box, they have since loosened up a bit, but just know that you should probably order up a size.

5 5

Impressive so far

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

I bought these gloves for my brother-in-law for Christmas. Since then he has used them for cycling. He reported using them on 2 hour rides at a temperature of 40 degrees. He is very impressed with the wind being a nonissue while wearing the gloves. He said that his hands never get cold, but more importantly his hands were never sweating. He is also impressed with the Etip on the index finger and thumb that allows him to make calls on his iPhone without taking the gloves off. He is very happy with the gloves and is excited to see how they stack up for his many other activities.

2 5

Tight Fingers and Poor-functioning E-tip

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

CONS: Fit and E-Tip

Fit: I always wear an XL in gloves, whether liners or full-on ski gloves; however, I was surprised to find that these gloves in XL barely fit, the fingers weren't quite long enough. Short fingers, coupled with the super constricting sewing pattern used for the finger sleeves caused my fingertips to go numb on my morning hike today. Yikes is right.

E-Tip: I've tried the E-Tip twice now, and this glove is no improvement over the last time I gave it a shot. I MUCH prefer using my bare finger, even when it's cold out, when using my smart phone; bare skin is much more effective and easier than the E-Tip. I fumbled and struggled today to take pictures and eventually huffed, puffed, and took off the glove.

Suggestion: I use gloves without the E-Tip, and I cut a slit in the glove about 1'' below the top of the index finger, then I sew either side of the slit to prevent it from growing; then when I want to use my iPhone, I can slip my fingertip out of through the slit and back in when I'm done. I found this route much better than the E-Tip. The technology just isn't there yet if you ask me. I do not recommend these gloves.

5 5

Good gadget glove

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

Works well for keeping hands warm if you are out and about, and I love not having to take the gloves off to do stuff on the iPhone. Wouldn't wear it to keep warm during long outdoor exposure.

5 5

Best thing ever!

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

They work great and are very warm! Truly a great pair of gloves!

Will this keep my hands if I were to wear...

Posted on

Will this keep my hands if I were to wear it outside? I live in New England and it gets really cold.

Responded on

Hi Trang,
I live in VT, so I would agree with you that it's cold. If you are looking for a glove to wear from house to car, to work, then this one would probably work OK. But for long periods in the outdoors, shoveling snow, hiking, working outside, etc., then this one probably wouldn't work. It's not waterproof, nor is it insulated. Look for something with some insulation and perhaps a waterproof membrane, like the Outdoor Research Highcamp 3 finger glove. This glove will give you dexterity plus provide warmth. Hope this helps.