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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for winter hiking I like that the cuffs on these gloves are a little elastic so they're able to go over your sleeves (but tight enough to feel secure). I haven't looked at what the inside lining is made of, but it's super soft and feels like felt. While these were true to size, they are a tad bulky. That being said, they are much smaller/form fitting than heavy duty winter gloves (e.g., anything made for skiing/snowboarding and more extreme). The bulk makes using touchscreens a little difficult, but the conductivity on each finger tip of the glove works as advertised. These will NOT keep your hands warm in subzero temperatures (Fahrenheit) if you are IDLE (i.e., resting/sitting). In fact, if you are idle at 20F, these may still not offer you the warmth you desire. However, if you are doing heavy cardio, these will keep you warm in subzero (again Fahrenheit). These gloves are great for moderate cardio 0-15F and light cardio from +15F. I just came back from a short easy 6 mile hike in 15F weather and my hands were toasty (so much so that I had to take these off a couple time)! Would definitely recommend these gloves for winter outdoor recreational activity (warm when active) or for short outdoor walks to-from the car/school etc.
Date published: 2015-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad choice I have just received the Glove yesterday and put it on today's morning, it took me 5 minutes walking to my car and cleaning the windshield, voila, my fingers were almost frozen. Even after starting driving for 10 minutes and I'm away of external weather, I couldn't keep wearing it, I had to take it off as my hands were very cold. I know we are having an arctic weather these days in NJ (15F) but didn't expect that one will be that bad. Something else, it doesn't fit well, I have chosen L size, It's very tight at the neck, at the same time, the thump is very big so far. Conclusion, I have filled the return order just in less than 24 hours.
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Apex E-Tip Gloves Good warm gloves. The E-Tip feature works well with my smartphone and other electronics. Good resistance to wind. Flexible enough so that I can still use my hands without having to take my gloves off. Only complaint is that there is no clip on the gloves; my last pair of gloves from North Face had a small plastic clip so I could hook them together.
Date published: 2014-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Meet my needs I bought these gloves during a recent cold period in Tucson. The gloves I had used for early morning hikes did not protect against the cold. I need warmth without sacrificing flexibility. These met those criteria. Keep in mind I am an Arizona hiker, and while we our temperatures can drop into the 20s and rarely into the teens, we're don't get the subzero weather that others do. These gloves are good for our climate, but I would not recommend them for severe cold.
Date published: 2015-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excelent product I live in Chicago and by November 20 we have already got temperatures of -5 Farenheit (-15 Celcius). The gloves have worked excellent on this climate. They are water resistant so they keep my hands warm and dry. One of the reasons that I looked for the etip gloves was because I don't want to get my hands cold while answering a call or looking at an email. The have worked excellent until now.
Date published: 2014-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why sell the Apex The Apex+ is a vast improvement over the regular Apex. I have last year's apex glove and have to wear the plain eTip gloves as a liner to be warm. I was pleasantly surprised that the Apex+ is just as warm and eTip material is improved over the old pads on the fignertips. Overall a great purchase. Not sure why the regular Apex is even a model with the Apex+ available.
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These Gloves!!!! I bought these gloves as a temporary experimental cheap alternative to motorcycle gloves for riding in cold weather(-50`). They completely surpassed my expectations. Motorcycle gloves typically cost around $60-$200 for something waterproof and warm in +40` weather, so the $45 price tag was quite attractive until I had the chance to get some "real gloves". I thought to myself "hey, they are The North Face and they get decent reviews so I might as well run up to dick's sporting goods and get a pair since no motorcycle shops are in my town". When I bought them I ordered a pair of thermal glove liners from another company because I was sure they would not be sufficient for cold weather riding and rain. I rode 5 miles with them in 32` weather while raining and my hands were sufficiently warm and completely dry! For those of you that don't know, motorcycle riding causes your body temperature to drop drastically due to full body wind exposure even while in warm weather. I cant ride around the block in 70` weather bare handed without freezing my hands to the point of skin cracking and joint pain. These gloves are amazing! Well worth the $45! I've read reviews of $100 motorcycle gloves that don't perform at the level of these. I will return the glove liners as I have no need for them. Get a pair of these! The best uses check box recommendation section doesn't have an option for motorcycle riding, but I imagine they would work well for all of the other available activities except Yoga. I will certainly be wearing these all winter on or off my bike.
Date published: 2014-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most useful gloves! These gloves are awesome! I bought them since the weather was getting cold on campus and I didnt realize i can use my phone with them too! Very useful!
Date published: 2014-10-21
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Questions & Answers

Are these machine washable?

Asked by: CA shopper
Yes, these gloves are machine washable. Washing instructions are located on the tag inside the glove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-11-14

How do these gloves "block moisture"? Is there a coating that will degrade over time?

Asked by: WillRead
​The shell fabric on these gloves does have a DWR coating.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-08
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