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- Stay connected even in the depths of winter with the Etip Glove.
- Four-way stretch knit fabric.
- Gripper on thumb and index finger lets you work touch screens of various media devices.
- Silicone grip pattern on palm.
- 93% polyester, 7% elastic.
- Spot clean.
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The North Face Etip Glove
Great gloves. Nice medium weight. Texting works well. Not sure how tips will hold up in the wash.
- Anonymous - customer
- from New York
- March 13, 2013
I was really happy to find these gloves, and was happy to buy them. However after owning them for two months my opinion has changed. First of all, I can feel the wind through them, and they don't do a great job keeping my hands warm below 35 degrees. Another thing is the tips are wearing quickly, and my right finger the silver fabric broke off completely. After all this, I think I overpaid for these crappy gloves.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Flagstaff, AZ
- March 8, 2013
I just received these in the mail yesterday and was thrilled with the fit. I ordered the Deep Water Blue (which is nice and dark, but still classy) in a Large. The gloves are a unisex size. I have large hands for a woman and they fit me perfectly. They are snug without being tight and provides a nice flexibility so you can still function easily as if you were not wearing any gloves. The picture does not really show it well, but both thumbs also have tip on them as well.
I'd also recommend: Patagonia, Columbia
- Blumagk - customer
- from Annapolis
- February 27, 2013
Got these gloves as a gift for my husband & he absolutely loves them.
- Olya R - customer
- February 21, 2013
These are warm enough for a thin glove, though when it's very cold I have to wear heavier gloves on top. Still, they work with my Droid, and having them on is better than not when I must access the phone while walking down the street or when the car is warming up. The only real complaint I have is that they are so logo-laden. This sometimes attracts attention I don't want.
- Daniel J - customer
- from Baltimore
- February 20, 2013