Snow, ice, wind, sleet—all included on the Kelvin Glove's resume.
The proven Kelvin Glove from The North Face stands up to all-day abuse in the toughest winter conditions. If you're the type of person who is willing to skin all day for a perfect powder run or attempt to bag Colorado 14'ers in the dead of winter, you could say the Kelvin fits your personality like a glove. Needled insulation in the palm provides maximum dexterity, and the HyVent Alpha shell tirelessly repels the elements. It's not every day you find the perfect match for your winter-centric character traits.
- 2L stretch nylon HyVent Alpha shell fights water, breathes, and flexes for all-day use in winter conditions
- FlashDry liner wicks away moisture so it can evaporate and keep fingers dry and warm
- 200g Primaloft insulation on the back of the hand with 133g needled Primaloft in the palm keep your hand warm while providing maximum dexterity
- Reinforced leather palm provides grip and stands up to abuse
- Articulated, molded fit ensures your hands can perform in the most hostile climbing situations
- 5-Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing throughout the mitten
- The North Face Summit Series
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
When I first saw these gloves I thought that they were not going to be burly enough do perform the way that I needed them to. After using them to scramble to the top of a few peeks (skis on pack climbing ice & snow covered rock) they performed great. They kept my hands warm and dry and weren't any the worse for wear after using them pretty aggressively.
So warm, usually end up keeping them in the pack for super cold days, but man when you need them they are there for you. They have handled cold days skiing and climbing ice with ease. Never had any issues with water leaking in. Seem pretty breathable. Would be nice if the liner was removable, but not essential.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Skiing, Dog Sledding, Snow Snowmobiling...they handled it all with flying colors.