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Send texts and surf the web with the Etip Apex gloves from The North Face. The water-resistant gloves perform day-in and day-out to keep fingers warm while you take on cool-weather adventures. X-static(R) fabric on the thumbs and index fingers allows you to work your touch-sensitive devices such as cell phones, digital music players or laptop computers. Polyester/elastane soft-shell exteriors resist moisture and breathe well; Durable Water Repellent finish sheds light snow and moisture. Brushed tricot lining wicks moisture and is soft next to skin. The North Face Etip Apex gloves have synthetic gripper palms that allow easy handling of tools and equipment. Articulated fingers and thumb allow easy grip and dexterity, and reduce hand fatigue.
Simply because your winter expeditions occur within the coverage area for your cell phone does not diminish the adventure-factor an ounce. Keep your paws warm and functional in The North Face Men's Etip Apex Gloves. Apex ClimateBlock fabric on the outside keeps wind and winter precipitation at bay, and the brushed tricot lining feels soft against your gym-hardened hands. The gloves are treated with DWR for extra protection from the weather, so you can run in a moderate rain, ski in snow flurries, or hurriedly hike in a bit of hail, and your hands won't be a wet and shriveled mess by the end. Silicone gripper-pattern on the palm helps you get a grip, and Etip pointer fingers and thumbs mean you can use your touchscreen device without having to bare your digits when the temps are in the single digits.
Ideal for everyday cold weather excursions, this water-resistant glove is a breathable soft shell that provides ample dexterity and a comfortable fit.
- The North Face
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