The North Face Gonzo Glove
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For solid performance in the snowy world, The North Face Gonzo Glove features a snow-proof membrane, tough leather palm, and super-breathable lining to ensure comfort during the coldest and most demanding days on snow. Ample insulation locks in your hand's heat during the cold snaps and, once you get moving, the breathable FlashDry lining deters clamminess for active comfort.
The North Face built the Gonzo Glove to be their biggest, baddest ski glove ever made, and they nailed it. The SuperSpan twill shell has HyVent laminate to block all weather and water. Plentiful Heatseeker insulation and a FlashDry polyester fiber lining dries rapidly when you're pushing hard. Articulated Radiametric fit matches your hands natural flex pattern, and the zippered hybrid over/under cuff gasket matches your pace with gapping. Water-resistant leather palm & reinforcements.
- Mountain Gear
The biggest, baddest ski glove that we've ever made, period. 5 Dimensional Fit(TM). Radiametric Articulation(TM). Zippered, hybrid over/under cuff gasket. Burly, anatomically mapped knuckle guards. shell: SuperSpan twill / lining: 100% polyester with FlashDry(TM) fiber / palm: water-resistant leather / palm insulation: 100 g Heatseeker(TM) / back of hand insulation: 180 g Heatseeker(TM).
- Rocky Mountain Trail
The biggest, baddest ski glove we ve ever made, period. New super insulated snowsports glove features different amounts of insulation at the palm and at the back of hand for ample warmth and dexterity where you need it most. 5 Dimensional Fit keeps your hands slightly curved inward, where hands rest naturally and are the warmest. FlashDry fiber in the lining promotes wicking to keep your hands dry.
- The North Face