The North Face Etip Denali Glove
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For touchscreen functionality and day-to-day warmth, the Etip Denali Thermal Gloves are a cold-weather favorite from The North Face.
- EMS refers to the men's version
The North Face Mens Etip Denali Glove - An updated version of a cold-weather favorite, the men's Etip Denali gloves from THE NORTH FACE(R) are touchscreen compatible so you don't have to head inside or expose your hands to the cold to answer a call or turn up the volume of a favorite tune. Nylon Taslan(R) overlays at the knuckles and fingers add extra durability, while a silicone grip pattern on the palm and fingertips helps you get a secure hold on the device.
- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version
On Sale. The North Face Men's Etip Denali Glove FEATURES of The North Face Men's Etip Denali Glove Etip functionality works with a touch-screen device 5 Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing 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 Men's Etip 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 refers to the men's version
Stay warm and connected with the Etip Glove from The North Face. X-static caps on the thumb and forefinger are touch screen compatible while the silicone grip pattern on the palm keeps your device securely planted. With a 5-Dimensional fit and four-way stretch fabric, the fit is just right.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
When you want to call someone, text a friend, or upload a photo, The North Face Men's Etip Denali Gloves let you do so without exposing your fingers to the elements. Thanks to the X-Static finger caps, you can easily navigate your electronics with your gloves on. Plus the unique 5 Dimensional fit provides a comfortable, snug fit while you commute to work or check out the mountain village scene.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version