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For a day of play in the snow.

Outfit your young architect in The North Face Boys' Montana Glove before sending him outside for a day of digging tunnels and building forts in the snow. The Montana glove's waterproof breathable HyVent shell keeps his hands dry, while Heatseeker insulation traps in warmth.
  • Hand-warmer stash pocket lets you pop in a heat packet for extra warmth
  • Articulated fingers let him comfortably hold the shovel while he digs his a tunnel from one fort to another
  • A gauntlet drawcord keeps the snow where it belongs—outside of your boy's gloves

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2 5

Not as expected

These gloves look great and the grey color matches my son's jacket very well. However they get wet inside out quite easily in a little rain or snow, and is not warm at all even in the low 30s. Not recommended for kids skiing.

5 5

Fantastic Gloves

I am not a kid, but have small hands and recently purchased these gloves at a local retailer for $30. The boy's Large fits me perfect. I have always had issues keeping my hands warm, not that I have many heavier gloves, mostly windstoppers and and dexterity gloves. We had a sledding party planned for my son's b-day and I was out on the hill with the boys for 4 hours, hands were perfectly dry and warm the entire evening and it was around 20 degrees with some wind. I am thrilled, one of my better purchases this season. They even have small pockets on each glove. Very comfortable. TNF rarely disappoints.