Dry hands for days.
Your ski trip to Big Sky is a complete success with empty chairlifts, powdery bowls, and awesome views, and The North Face Men's Montana Glove keeps up with every run. A HyVent waterproof insert keeps your hands dry from the first day to the last. The North Face stuffed this glove with 200g Heatseeker insulation at the back of the hand to withstand the brutal cold Montana is know for, and a little less insulation at the palm to maintain dexterity.
A 5 Dimensional Fit means The North Face built the Montana from the inside out for a consistent fit, and Radiametric Articulation sets the glove at your hand's natural position for the all-day comfort you appreciate on your vacation. Unlike your previous glove, the Montana features a fourchette-box finger construction, which keeps warmth circulating to your fingertips, as well as Etip touchscreen compatible finger tips. A removable Wrist Oven leash lets you slide a handwarmer under the gauntlet to warm up your wrist when you set off for the final, frigid run up Lone Peak.
- HyVent waterproof insert
- Heatseeker insulation
- Etip touchscreen compatible
- 5 Dimensional Fit
- Radiametric Articulation
- Full-coverage gauntlet
- Wrist Oven leash
- Item #TNF01Q8
- Q & A
Excellent vegan option
A five star for a completely vegan option. I used it for climbing several volcanoes in Ecuador above 18k feet and they always kept my hands warm, even during high wind conditions.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
My hands are the first to get cold during the winter and in the past I have had success using mittens. Last year, I was turned on to these Montana Etip North Face gloves and was pleasantly surprised. They not only kept my hands and fingers warm but also dry through out the entire winter.
I find myself in the backcountry for most of my days and my hands are constantly digging into the powder. I like the extra length to keep the snow from packing in and the “Etip” feature does work for the most part when doing simple tasks on your touch screen (good luck texting but you can except a call or hang up with the glove on).
Gloves come in many shapes and sizes but if your looking for a simple/reliable glove The North Face Montana Etip will not disappoint.
If your caught between choosing a new pair or have any questions about this one, please feel free to reach out!
Warm and cozy
These fit true to size and keep you hands warm without being too bulky. No complaints.
Solid Snowboarding Glove
My friend has these gloves and uses them frequently when snowboarding. He was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the material. They definitely keep your hands warm, and the long sleeve keeps snow from getting in on the inside. The glove tips work with touch screen phones, but the gloves are a bit too bulky to be used with precision.