The North Face Denali Glove

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Specs

Shell FabricL 300 Weight Fleece with Nylon TaslanĀ® Overlay
Palm Fabric PU Gripper

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Denali Glove. Read all reviews »

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Denali Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face designed the Women's Denali Glove so that it feels like a cozy, fuzzy, warm extension of your hand.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. The North Face Women's Denali Glove FEATURES of The North Face Women's Denali Glove Women-specific 5 Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing Radiametric Articulation keeps hands in their natural relaxed position Nylon Taslan over knuckles and fingers for added durability Synthetic gripper palm for added grip Elastic wrists seal out the cold SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Women's Denali Glove Shell: 300-weight fleece with nylon Taslan overlay Palm: Polyurethane (PU) gripper This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

A classic, cool-weather fleece glove constructed with midweight TKA 300 fleece and abrasion-resistant nylon Taslan panels at knuckles and fingers for added durability.

- The North Face

The Denali Gloves are constructed with mid-weight TKA 300 fleece and abrasion-resistant nylon Taslan(R) panels at knuckles and fingers for added durability. Goes great with the Denali Jacket from The North Face. Now with cozy polyester fleece insulation, the plush The North Face Denali gloves for women offer even more warmth for cold-weather adventures than before! Warm, breathable fleece dries quickly, insulates even when wet and is easy to care for. Taslan(R) nylon inserts across the knuckles and fingers tops add durability. Polyurethane pads on the finger tips and across the palms improve grip. Cut to follow the natural curve of the hand to reduce bulk and improve dexterity.

- Rocky Mountain Trail