The North Face Pamir WindStopper Gloves give you low-bulk, wind-resistant protection on spring skiing and snowshoeing adventures.

Pull on The North Face Women's Pamir WindStopper Gloves for an early-spring snowshoeing adventure or a walk around town. These low-bulk, lightweight gloves keep your hands warm on windy days. Gore WindStopper, sandwiched between two layers of soft and cozy fleece, provides protection from bitter winds, so you can wear the Pamir Gloves from ski towns in the Rockies to the bitter Northeast. Silicone-treated palms give you a secure grip on steering wheels and trekking poles.

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5 5

Wonderful gloves-I love them!

I had bought NF WindWALL gloves and I was so disappointed because they had no lining and did not stop wind from coming through and the thumb was too big compared to the rest of my fingers. I bought the WINDSTOPPER gloves and was MUCH happier. The windstopper gloves are lined, they are soft and insulated and they have a really nice grip on the fingers and the palm. I am glad I bought them! Perfect for our snowy days

3 5

for stuby fingers

These gloves are warm but are shaped for a square hand with short fat fingers.

5 5


I LOVE these gloves. They really do keep your hands warm from the wind and you can still comfortably move your hands. I would recommend these gloves to anyone. They are worth the extra cost.

5 5

By far exceeded my expectations - extremely cold weather

Bought these gloves back in September 09 and started wearing them in December given the mild temperatures this late year in the Northern Hemisphere. Very soft and comfortable. Then we left for Christmas to the French Alps to the highest ski resort in Europe called Val Thorens, the only place with guaranteed snow given the altitude: 2400m! High altitude means very low temperatures so I was convinced I had to buy a new pair of ski gloves. When we got there it was -4F to -22F at the top of the slopes... but I decided I would try with my new North Face Pamir Winstopper gloves instead and see whether buying heavy duty ski gloves was truly necessary! How daring you might think...well to my surprise, my fingers never got cold!!! And I can understand why: the wind is stopped AND the inner moisture evaporates thanks to the quality of the fabric. In addition, I must add that I often put my gloves in the snow and they dried off almost instantly. I absolutely mean it. Difficult to believe if you do not experience it. So I highly recommend these gloves to anyone for a large range of uses.

5 5

Great gloves!

I bought these gloves last year and they were perfect all winter. I used them for heading to the mountain, leaving the mountain, casual wear, driving my car, you name it. I bought the size based on the sizing chart. I bought a Lg and recieved the gloves and they were about a size too big. So, I recommend going smaller on the size.

Do these gloves fit according to the size...

Do these gloves fit according to the size chart?

5 5

Durable, Dexterous & Light Glove

The Pamir is a great spring glove, as well as good casual wear glove. It offers quite a bit of performance with the external grip enhancements on the thumb, forefinger and index finger. This added tred allows for good grasping instead of the smooth material the whole way round. I have the white, but they do get dirtier- but you can also find them faster amongst the black gloves that many tend to have. These are really comfortable gloves, and easy to maneuver with- you don't have to take them off to zip up, handle keys, or deal with precision tasks. The fleece lining is really soft, and gloves have proved to be durable. The windstopper also blocks really well against the elements. For the climbers out there, I have a #1+ camelot size hand, and ordered a small, which fits perfectly.

3 5

Good Top Layer

These are definitely wind proof, and I loved the dexterity offered by the grip tips on the thumbs and the fore and middle fingers and palms. Plan on buying a thin liner glove, though, because in cold weather there isn't a lot of insulation for warmth.

I need a pair of gloves that will provide...

I need a pair of gloves that will provide me with ultimate warmth. I am a soccer mom year round, so I need warmth in the bitter cold of winter and spring. Will these gloves provide me with this? Thank you.

Responded on

You want "ultimate warmth" and you're looking at $50 fleece liners? You need to step your game up. Ultimate warmth is going to be something like the Black Diamond Guide, but realistically you probably want something in between. Keep shopping.

How good is this on subzero days with...

How good is this on subzero days with really strong wind?

Responded on

Not good enough. It's windproof, but not thick enough for temps like that.