Warm and connected.
The North Face Men's ThermoBall Etip Gloves protect your hands against the elements while still allowing you to stay connected to the digital world. The fleece fabric is soft and warm with a flexible nylon taffeta back, and they’re comfortably insulated with PrimaLoft Thermoball. This means you get to drive, hike, work, and explore without freezing your fingers off. These gloves also have a TKA 300 with UIR palm grip and Etip technology so you’re free to use touchscreens without taking them off.
- 300-weight fleece face fabric
- Nylon taffeta at the back
- PrimaLoft Thermoball insulation
- Palm grip, TKA 300 with UIR
- Touchscreen compatible, Etip
- Item #TNF01QW
- Q & A
Nice fitting and warm gloves
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
I got these for the upcoming winter since I only have thin knit gloves from Gap which I am pretty sure will be useless once temperatures reach the low single digits. I love these gloves with how warm they are and the fleece is a heavy weight. I also love the 5 finger touchscreen compatibility since it looks to be that the entire glove has metal conductive threading and not just in the tips which is pretty nice. The only reason I did not give this 5 stars is because I was a little surprise with how thin the thermoball insulation is on the glove. I know the picture shows it already but I was expecting the thermoball insulation to be a bit thicker. I don't see this glove performing well in extreme below zero temperatures but for a few minutes of commute outside in the elements while running in between buildings, I can see this being invaluable.