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The North Face Montana Mitten - Women's

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    5 Reviews


    Montana's burly mountains require burly mittens.

    It's hard to enjoy a ski trip in Montana's big mountains when your fingers are numb the entire time, so be sure to pack The North Face Women's Montana Mitten. Your paws stay warm with 150g Heatseeker insulation in the palm and 250g at the back of your hand toasting it right up in frigid conditions, and a HyVent insert wraps it up with waterproof protection that's sure to keep your hand dry while you slice through those powder-capped peaks.

    The North Face constructed the Montana from the inside-out to ensure a consistent, women-specific fit. Radiametric Articulation sets the glove at your hand's natural position for all-day comfort. A fourchette-box finger construction prevents your digits from numbing up after the sun sets, and a removable Wrist Oven Leash leaves room for a hand-warmer pack when the temps really start to drop.

    • HyVent waterproof insert
    • Heatseeker insulation
    • Women-specific 5 Dimensional fit
    • Radiametric Articulation
    • Full-coverage gauntlet
    • Ladderlock wrist cinch
    • Item #TNF01QL

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] 100% nylon oxford, [palm] synthetic leather, (lining) [palm] 100% polyester brushed tricot, [back of hand] 100% polyester shearing
    [palm] Heatseeker (150g), [back of hand] Heatseeker (250g)
    Removable Liner
    wrist cinch
    Palm Grip
    Touchscreen Compatible
    Hand-warmer Compatible
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
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    Poor quality

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Both of my wrist tighteners have broken within one season of normal wear. Now that the wrist gaiters are broken it is more of a struggle to get my jacket cuffs over the gloves. I have seen a general decline in quality in North Face over the years, so I guess this should not surprise me!

    Great mittens

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I bought these mittens for snowboarding and they worked out great. They have wrist straps that are extremely useful so you'll never lose your gloves when your on a lift chair or just carrying too many things. The inside does have a 5 finger insert so they aren't true mittens but I didn't mind that. Overall great gloves, they kept my hands very warm.

    Amazing Gloves

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I don't know how i lived without these before now. I love the straps to put around your wrist and take them off and not lose your gloves. They keep my hands very warm and are very soft inside.

    Pretty Great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: small

    I have normal sized hands for my size (small, 5'1") and these fit perfectly with liners. They have an internal liner that is articulated for each finger so it was like wearing a glove within the mitten. Dexterity is surprisingly great and the fact that I can put them on (while wearing liners) and cinch down the wrist strap and gauntlet and take them off without using my teeth is superb. The leash came in handy on the lift and wanted to access anything and needed to slip them off. Note- these do not have a hand warmer pocket on the mittens themselves but do have a small pocket on the leash which is meant to hold a hand warmer. I assume that if it gets cold enough to need warmers you're supposed to have the cuff of the leash up inside the gauntlet? They are very warm but I did notice on the coldest, overcast days the topside of my thumb/wrist area would get cold. I am about to climb Mt. Washington tomorrow so I plan to use these mittens since they do retain heat well and are MUCH warmer than any other ski gloves I have ever used. Good dexterity, But the gauntlet itself isn't quite large enough to make it easy to secure over jacket cuffs, but too large to easily fit under cuffs I also wish they had actual wand warmer pockets on the hands rather than on the leash cuff. 4/5 for them as I have only used them a few times this season.

    Perfect Mittens for Cold Hands!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I am notoriously cold-natured and I hoped these mittens would keep me warm on my honeymoon in Banff, Canada (where the temperature rarely got above the single digits Fahrenheit) - they did not disappoint! These were my first gloves/mittens with leashes and I loved being able to slip my mittens off on the lift without worrying I'd lose one. I could have worn a size small but I chose to get a medium to accommodate tech compatible liners (I went with an outdoor research pair) and the fit was great. These mittens actually have little spaces inside for each finger (that might be what radiametric articulation means) and I found that gave better dexterity than traditional mittens. They stayed dry even in fresh snow and they even survived being stepped on by snowshoes so I'm looking forward to using these for years to come!