The North Face Pamir WindStopper Glove - Men's
Historic Range: $24.95-$55.00
Amara, Silicone Gripper Pattern
They do keep the wind out, but they're not too good at keeping the heat in. Perform okay, but once it gets to -5 c or so I defo would want to swap to something a little more substantial. It's the outer two fingers that seem to lack the insulation. I've had wet hands in the snow before with other makes, not in the slightest with these...
If I lost them I would replace them with the same, as the fit is good.
Price Paid: £30
Not the best.
- Grips fell off
I received these gloves as a gift to go with my North Face Sentinel Windstopper jacket. Overall I would have to says that they were just ok. I do like the Windstopper fabric and it does a good job of being breathable but yet keeping my hands warm.
The downside of these was there were not that durable. The plastic/rubber grips didn't last too long. There were also a too of seams inside that weren't the most comfortable. Lastly, the sizing was also a bit odd. The width of the finders didn't seem to match the length. I went and tried them in the store to make sure I had the right size. The medium was good in length but way to small in width. The large was good in length but the width was too bit.
I ended up using them for one winter and now they sit in the bin of discarded gloves.
As a disclaimer, I am affiliated with Gore for product testing of Gore-tex products for the purpose of product review and recommendation. I do receive items from Gore for these purposes.
Source: received it as a personal gift