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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Digital gloves yes. Warm gloves no. The gloves certainly let you use your digital device, but if you are buying these to keep your hands warm (i.e. the traditional function of hand-wear) they might not work out for you. Your hands might be well chilled! I find that if the temperature is below 0c they are really not useful at all, even if you are walking or have a high level of activity. The material really does not block the wind so you end up with cold hands. Good idea from a design standpoint but the material of the gloves is perhaps not ideal and needs more thermal or wind blocking properties to be of any use. I have owned lots of NF products but this is the first one I would say is a fail.
Date published: 2013-12-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible durability/Terrible guarantee policy The stitching came out of the side seam at one of the fingers after only wearing them 3 times! Whats worse is that NorthFace states: "The North Face® stands behind the quality of everything we sell and hope you're happy with your gear." But they must be unworn!!?? Does that make any sense at all??!! You can only test out the quality of a product by wearing them. 60 day return policy means nothing if you cant use it. Ok, so there is a warranty..but that also defeats the purpose of having gloves for winter that I wont get back for a month or more! These are size L, and i have average sized was not a fit issue at all.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Skip it if you're interested in smartphone compatibility A like the versatility of this glove. Doesn't take up much space, easy to carry in a pocket, comfortable to wear. Nevertheless it's not a winter glove, would not give much warmth. It's rather good to protect your hands from chilly winds during the Fall season. Or might be used in the city. However if you'd buy it for the Etip feature, I frankly say it's a waste of money. It looks nice, not as bulky as most other smartphone compatible gloves. BUT they do the job. The Etip layer completely wears off in 4 to 6 weeks. Then it becomes nerve-racking to use them with a phone. It would be a nice glove if it would work. But it's more of a hit-n-miss.
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gloves are great untill ETIP STOPS WORKING. i bought these gloves about 2 months ago. they were a little expensive $45 but i figured hey i can use my phone outside and not freeze my fingers off lets give it a shot so i bought them. they worked great for about 2 months now the ETIP no longer works i have to touch it at some weird angle to get them to work and i end up having to take my glove off to use my phone. honestly i would recommend just getting a no name brand and saving your money. maybe if northface would replace the gloves when the ETIP stopped working or make it so the etip lasted longer i woudl reccomend buying them. i dont wanna spend $45 every 2 months.
Date published: 2015-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lasted a few weeks I bought these gloves and they ripped near the thumb within a week. Just by merely pulling off my gloves like regular, ripped the stitching by my thumb on one hand, then happened 2 weeks later on the opposite glove! I bought these gloves because it's supposed to be superior quality then cheaper gloves I bypassed and thus last longer. I love Northface products, have a coat that is on year 5 and still looks amazing. Just disappointed I dropped $50 on these for them not to last. Tried uploading pics of tears, but of course site won't let me.
Date published: 2014-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolute Garbage!! I purchased a pair of these on the strength of the North face name. The first time I put them on my finger ripped through the top of the ring finger. On closer inspection, the finger wasn't stitched at all. No problem mistakes happen. Returned them for a new pair. On the SECOND time I put them on my middle finger rips through the top of the finger. On further inspection, yep, you guessed; it was barely stitched. I thought North Face was better quality then this! I'll be returning these as soon as it's feasible.
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for "not so bad" kinda cold I bought these gloves to wear when I go to take pictures of birds in the very early hours of the day. They have got perfect grip and are touch screen friendly. They grip my camera perfect. When I am not taking photos, I do wear one mitton gloves on these with hand warmers. I live in CO and it gets around 0-15 F in the early hours of the day. If you are considering them for above 15F, you wont need any second layer on these.
Date published: 2013-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great glove for the price I honestly don't know why the Etip isn't included in ALL gloves. At this day and age, I won't buy gloves like this without it. That being said the gloves are very comfortable and warm without being too huge. Perfect for those cold weather hikes or just being in the cold. I use these gloves for almost everything but skiing. I got these right before I did a 13+ hour hike and the first time I wore them they left a black residue on my hands which was a bummer, but it washed right off. Hopefully, that was a first time only type of thing.
Date published: 2014-05-19
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Questions & Answers

I have a pair of old Powerstretch TNF gloves that I love but they have holes in the fingers. How similar are these? I use them mainly in camp on backpack trips when the temps drop.

Asked by: bw362
These gloves are very close to The North Face PowerStretch Gloves. Both are made from a polyester/spandex mix. The Etip gloves are now touchscreen compatible.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-10

I have been using North Face Denali gloves for general winter outdoor activities, particularly skiing on the Catamount Trail in Vermont. Are these new North Face Etip gloves the same? Are they fleece or some other material?

Asked by: Rick loves winter
The North Face Etip Gloves are different than The North Face Denali gloves. The Denalis are made from a heavier 300 weight polyester fleece. The Etip gloves are made with a stretch knit polyester.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-08
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