The North Face Steep Saiku Glove

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Ski down from powder-capped peaks with everlasting comfort in The North Face Steep Saiku Gloves. A Gore-Tex membrane gives guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection that keeps your hands dry as you conquer snowy slopes. With 150g PrimaLoft One insulation at the back of your hand and 100g in the palm, you get maximum warmth where you need it most and less insulation where you need more mobility. And the FlashDry lining wicks moisture away from your palm quicker than you can get to the bottom of the resort for lunch. The North Face constructed its Steep Saiku from the inside out for a consistent size. Its Thermo3D design prevents any cold spots throughout the glove, and the fourchette-box finger construction ensures your digits get the toasty comfort they deserve. Radiametric Articulation sets the glove in your hand's natural position for an easy grip on your poles. The full-coverage gauntlet seals out any blustery blizzards and the removable Wrist Oven leash leaves room for handwarmers on seriously frigid days.


Our most technical big mountain glove is designed to keep you warmer in backcountry environments and built with a hand-crafted approach to last a lifetime.

- The North Face

Free Shipping. The North Face Steep Saiku Glove DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Steep Saiku Glove Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex insert keeps hands dry Thermo3D thermal-mapped construction for superior warmth Removable Wrist Oven leash provides warmth when combined with a handwarmer 5 Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing Radiametric Articulation keeps hands in their natural relaxed position Full cowhide leather palm with suede reinforcements for maximum durability Full-coverage gauntlet keeps snow out Super-warm Utility Brown* fourchette-box finger construction keeps fingertips warm Ladderlock wrist-cinch keeps heat in The SPECS Shell: Water-resistant cowhide leather Palm Lining: 100% polyester with FlashDry Back-of-Hand Lining: 100% polyester high-pile fleece Palm: Water-resistant cowhide leather Palm Insulation: 100 g PrimaLoft One Back-of-Hand Insulation: 150 g PrimaLoft One Insert: Gore-Tex This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Don't let cold temps put a damper on the the fun. With GORE-TEX(R) waterproofness and PrimaLoft(R) insulation, The North Face Steep Saiku gloves keep your hands warm on backcountry ski trips. Waterproof, highly breathable GORE-TEX inserts keep your hands dependably dry and comfortable. PrimaLoft(R) One is a patented ultrafine microfiber blend that offers downlike softness, and is incredibly lightweight and water repellent. 100g insulation on the palms and 150g on the backs of the hands keeps your fingers warm when you're skiing down cold, snowy slopes. Palms are lined with polyester with a FlashDry(TM) fabric additive that dramatically improves drying time and breathability without adding weight or bulk or washing out. Removable wrist wraps inside the gloves are designed to hold hand warmer packets (sold separately) to warm blood as it flows to your hands. 5 Dimensional Fit(TM) uses 5 measurements of the hand to construct gloves with an accurate and consistent fit. Radiametric Articulation(TM) improves warmth and blood flow to your fingers by mirroring the natural relaxed curve of the hand. The North Face Steep Saiku gloves have water-resistant cowhide leather exteriors that stand up to regular use and provide great grip.


The North Face Steep Saiku Glove

previously retailed for:
$89.98 - $180.00

The North Face Steep Saiku Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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