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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 100g Heatseeker insulation in the palm and 200g at the back of your hand toasting it right up in frigid conditions, and a DryVent 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 with its 5-Dimensional Fit system to maximize circulation. 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.
- Mittens for bitterly cold ski days
- Waterproof, DryVent insert seals out melting snow
- Heatseeker insulation traps in heat even while damp
- Synthetic leather at the palm helps you grip your poles
- Radiametric Articulation keeps your hand at ease
- Hand-warmer compatibility for even colder temps
- Lined with fleece and tricot for soft texture
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- Q & A
My Wife's Review
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My hands actually warm up in these gloves. I was a little surprised and disappointed that the mittens had finger separators, but it still keeps me warm, just takes a little getting used to.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Looks like a mitten, is called a mitten, however there are finger slots inside the mitten. The description mentions a "Fourchette-Box" construction, which I overlooked due to the fact that the product was labeled as a mitten. It has all of the drawback of a glove (fingers separated and cold), with all the drawback of a mitten (limited mobility and dexterity) the benefits remain to be seen. Lastly, the title says Gore-Tex, but the description says Hy-Vent.