The North Face Kelvin Glove

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Specs

Insert Fabric GORE-TEX® HP
Lining Fabric Brushed Tricot
Palm Insulation Fabric 6 oz PrimaLoft®
Palm Fabric Water-Resistant Leather
Shell Fabric HyVent® 2L
Back of Hand Insulation 8 oz PrimaLoft®

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Kelvin Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Our most technically advanced mountaineering glove engineered for remote alpine pursuits. Waterproof, breathable HyVent Alpha design features fused tip construction for the most dexterity, critical for summit pushes.

- The North Face

If your idea of a good time is climbing in the remotest alpine environments, then you need The North Face Kelvin Glove. With superior technical properties and equipped with incredible dexterity, these gloves will become your best friends in the mountains! 5 Dimensional Fit(TM) uses five hand measurements to build gloves from the inside out to ensure a consistent size Waterproof and highly breathable FlashDry(TM) insert Articulated, molded fit Reinforced palm for all-day abuse Palm Insulation: 100 g PrimaLoft(R) One (needled) Needled palm insulation for maximum dexterity Back of Hand Insulation: 200 g PrimaLoft(R) One

- OMCgear

The proven Kelvin Glove from The North Face stands up to all-day abuse in the toughest winter conditions. If you're the type of person who is willing to skin all day for a perfect powder run or attempt to bag Colorado 14'ers in the dead of winter, you could say the Kelvin fits your personality like a glove. Needled insulation in the palm provides maximum dexterity, and the HyVent Alpha shell tirelessly repels the elements. It's not every day you find the perfect match for your winter-centric character traits.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Kelvin Glove is the gear junkie's go-to glove. With articulated fingers and a reinforced palm, they offer dexterity and durability without being overly bulky. Use them for anything from backcountry skiing to technical alpine climbing and watch them take on the challenges of any environment with ease.

- Mountain Gear