The North Face Crowley Glove


Shell Fabric Dura Stretch
Lining Fabric Brushed Tricot
Palm Fabric Radar Grip PU
Insulation 2 mm Insulator Foam

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Crowley Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Great for spring ski tours or tasks that require good dexterity, The North Face Crowley gloves have light insulation, grippy palms and durable shells to meet the demands of your adventurous lifestyle.


When spring shows its sunny face, you trade the down mitt for The North Face Crowley Glove and keep taking laps through the park until the snow melts. The Crowley's HyVent membrane and super-breathable FlashDry lining fight moisture from slushy snow and sweaty palms while the low-profile design goes well with your softshell or hoodie.


Pipe or park-ready, this new all-mountain spring glove features just the right amount of warmth and coverage you need for the not-so-harsh days on the slopes. 5 Dimensional Fit keeps your hands curved slightly inward, the natural resting position for hands, where they are at the warmest. Under the jacket cuff design.

- The North Face

An all-mountain spring glove updated with park and pipe DNA that's tough, breathable and comfy. 5 Dimensional Fit(TM) Radiametric Articulation(TM). Under-jacket cuff gasket. shell: Durastretch / lining: 100% polyester with FlashDry(TM) fiber / palm: synthetic suede / back of hand insulation: 60 g Heatseeker(TM).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Crowley Glove


The Crowley Glove has been discontinued. It last appeared in The North Face's 2011 product line.


The North Face Crowley Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 4, 2016 at REI.

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