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- Perfect for everyday cold weather wear, The North Face® TNF Insulated Apex Glove is a must for those crazy drops in temperature.
- Breathable soft shell glove.
- 5 Dimensional Fit™.
- Radiametric Articulation™.
- Long-lasting DWR finish.
- Silicone gripper palm pattern.
•Shell: TNF™ Apex ClimateBlock with DWR.
•Lining: Brushed tricot.
•Insulation: 100g Heatseeker™
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The North Face Women's TNF Insulated Apex Glove
Love these gloves because they are waterproof and windproof! I still find that if it's less than 25 degrees outside and windy (like it usually is in Chicago during the winter), my fingers still get cold and mittens are a better option!
- Desiree A - customer
- January 3, 2013
Best gloves I have ever owned. I have Reynaud's Disease and I like to bicycle in the Minnesota winter, so I needed something more insulated than North Face's Power Stretch glove. The Power Stretch gloves are more aesthetically pleasing, but the wind goes right through them. (Good for fall though.) These gloves really are great, -0 temps with windchill and it is tolerable. So happy. If I lost this pair, I would buy them again and again. I got them in a women's large, I have the long fingers and wear a ring size 8. Hope that helps!
- K-loids - customer
- from United States
- February 16, 2013
I purchased the APEX gloves thinking they'd be as wind-proof as the APEX jacket. I wore these snow-shoeing in a howling Colorado wind. I didn't find them to be wind-proof. I had to stop, dump my pack & dig out my over-mitts which returned my hands to comfiness. They work great for indoor ice-skating, cold weather hiking on calm days & the silicon grip works great to hold onto a water bottle when out for a run. I just won't wear them on a windy day again.
I'd also recommend: Patagonia, Mountain Hardware
- IrishDancingLass - customer
- from Colorado
- April 6, 2013