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Touchy feely.

Are you tired of fighting through bulky gloves to adjust the click wheel on your music player? Can’t seem to dial the right number on your phone when the temperature drops? Grab a hold of The North Face Women's Etip Pamir WindStopper Glove and change your powerless paws into dexterous digits.
  • 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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4 5

Great gloves

  • 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.

4 5

Nice but not what I was wanting.

These are great, warm and cozy. Even though my fingers were extended straight... the glove fit but seemed very difficult to grab what I needed without trouble. I have owned a couple different 'touchscreen compatible' gloves but these are a little different. Answer a call, maybe take a picture, these work. Text or do anything more than that, no go. The tip isn't made for that capability BUT where your actual fingerprint is, it is. They would be a great spring ski glove. They really do keep that brisk cold off your hand but I will be downsizing to a more casual glove. The Etip without the Windstopper.

4 5

Good light glove w major coolness factor

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

Pretty much all TNF stuff is quality. These appear to be no exception. Windstopper should compensate somewhat for low insulation making them a 3-season glove. Pretty understated aesthetic, nothing too trendy. 3/4 of the palm has a light, rubberized grippy pattern. Hope Mom likes 'em. If not, BC has a great return policy.

5 5

Nice casual glove

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

These gloves are perfect for quick trips outside or to run errands. I love the touchscreen fingertip! They wouldn't be warm enough for extended outdoor use, but I've thrown them on for the last few weeks of bitter cold when I'm running somewhere, and they're cozy enough to keep me warm going from the car to store, etc.

what happens if you put these in the washing...

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what happens if you put these in the washing machine?

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They do well, just wash them as a delicate and line dry : )

What's the difference between this glove...

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What's the difference between this glove and the other etip glove?

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The TNF Etip glove is made of a stretchy knit fabric, while the TNF Etip Pamir Windstopper glove is made with a Gore Windstopper laminate that will make the gloves highly wind resistant.