The North Face Etip Glove

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The North Face Women's Etip Glove FEATURES of The North Face Women's Etip Glove Etip functionality with a women-specific fit works with a touchscreen device 5 Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing Radiametric Articulation keeps hands in their natural relaxed position Four-way-stretch fleece Silicone gripper palm pattern provides superior grip SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Women's Etip Glove Stretch knit This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Our touchscreen-compatible, four-way stretch fleece glove with a women-specific fit provides full palm conductivity for all of your touch-screen devices. This breathable glove is a favorite of long-distance runners training in cool conditions.

- The North Face

Our touch-screen-compatible, four-way-stretch fleece glove with a women-specific fit provides full palm conductivity for all of your touch-screen devices.

- RockCreek

Equipped with full finger and palm conductivity, The North Face Etip women's gloves let you make calls, send texts and surf the web on your touch-screen smartphone without taking off the gloves.

- REI

When your fingers redden with pain in the cold weather, it's time to slide The North Face Women's Etip Gloves on. The knit fabric has a four-way stretch so your wiggly digits have the freedom of movement they require. Etip functionality allows you to play with your phone while you wait for the bus, and the silicone gripper helps you hold it so it doesn't slip out of your hands. The North Face built these gloves from the inside out to ensure a women-specific fit no matter the size of your hand. And Radiametric Articulation means your hand will stay in its natural position without any restrictions.

- Backcountry.com