The North Face Powdercloud Glove

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Designed for the coldest days on the slopes, the Powdercloud gloves from The North Face have Gore-Tex inserts, warm insulation and an articulated fit to keep your hands warm.


On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Powdercloud Glove FEATURES of The North Face Men's Powdercloud Glove 5 Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing Removable Wrist Oven leash provides warmth when combined with a hand warmer Radiametric Articulation keeps hands in their natural relaxed position Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex insert keeps hands dry Full-coverage gauntlet keeps snow out Super-warm fourchette-box finger construction keeps fingertips warm Ladder lock wrist-cinch keeps heat in SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Powdercloud Glove Shell: Nylon oxford Lning: 100% Polyester with Flash Dry Palm: Synthetic leather Palm Insulation: 100 g Heatseeker Back-of-Hand Insulation: 150 g Heatseeker Insert: Gore-Tex This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Stay out longer on epic powder days wearing a technical, insulated ski glove that's crafted of waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX for best-in-class protection on the slopes. Constructed with ample insulation (100 g) at the back of the hand, where heat loss is greater, and slightly less (150 g) at the palm. Drop a handwarmer in the Wrist Oven to keep your fingers toasty during the coldest days on the slopes.

- The North Face

Nothing ends your ski session quicker than numb and wet fingers from inadequate gloves. Solve that problem with The North Face Powdercloud Glove. A waterproof breathable Gore-Tex insert keeps your fingers dry so you stay comfortable all day at the resort. If your palm starts to get a bit sweaty, the FlashDry lining wicks the sweat and pushes the perspiration out of the shell to dry faster than normal gloves. Light Heatseeker insulates under the durable synthetic palm, and heavier insulation at the back of your hand adds warmth where you need it the most and where it won't get in the way of your grip. The Powdercloud features a fully covered gauntlet to keep snow off your wrists while you float through the fluff. The ladderlock wrist-cinch closure keeps cold out and warmth in. The North Face built this glove from the inside out for a five-dimensional fit that ensures a consistent size no matter the shape of your hand. Its Radiametric Articulation means your fingers and thumbs have a freedom of motion that most ski gloves fail to offer. A removable Wrist Oven leash leaves room for handwarmers in the gauntlet for additional warmth. And a fourchette-box finger construction keeps your fingers warm from sunrise to sunset.


Full-featured technical ski glove provides warmth with waterproof, breathable GORE?TEX(R). 5 Dimensional Fit(TM) ensures consistent sizing. Removable Wrist Oven leash provides warmth when combined with a handwarmer. Radiametric Articulation(TM) keeps hands in their natural relaxed position. Waterproof and breathable GORE?TEX(R) insert keeps hands dry. Full-coverage gauntlet keeps snow out. Super-warm fourchette-box finger construction keeps fingertips warm. Ladderlock wrist-cinch keeps heat in. Fabric: shell: nylon oxford. lining: 100% polyester with FlashDry(TM). palm: synthetic leather. palm insulation: 100 g Heatseeker(TM). back-of-hand insulation: 150 g Heatseeker(TM). insert: GORE?TEX(R).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Powdercloud Glove

previously retailed for:
$63.99 - $99.90

The North Face Powdercloud Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 6, 2015 at REI.

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