Your gadgets are looking for some touch.

Tired of fumbling with the dial on your MP3 player while wearing bulky gloves? Wear The North Face Pamir WindStopper Etip Glove, and say goodbye to those feeble-finger blues. This lightweight, windproof fleece glove features a comfortable fit, grippy synthetic palm, and five-finger touchscreen compatibility so you can keep your digits warm and press the right buttons.

  • U|R Powered, touchscreen-compatible palm and fingers
  • WindStopper fleece
  • Synthetic gripper palm overlay
  • 5 Dimensional Fit
  • Radiametric Articulation
  • Cuff pull tab
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

The North Face Pamir WindStopper Etip Gl

    The North Face Pamir WindStopper Etip Glove
    With the outside temperature 27 degrees Fahrenheit. I went out for my regular run. After 15 minutes into my run my fingers started to freeze.
    one hour 15 minutes into my run I had no sensation in my hands.
    This product does not give any warmth to your hands whatsoever.
    Maybe if you wanted to run in the Sahara on a hot day and did not want the sand to get on your fingers
    then maybe just maybe they would be useful.
    This product should not advertise as a way of keeping your fingers warm under any condition.

    Great gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Awesome windstopping, which is why I bought them. Wonderfully warm, the only suggested improvement would be to trim and flat-sew the seams on the inside. Its not aweful, but that's the reason for 4 stars instead of 5.

    Keep your digits warmer

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have been in search for a proper set up fleece driving/layering gloves for some time and my two main requirements were Windstopper and Etip/tech touch. These gloves certainly fit the bill and have been a great addition.

    For added versatility, I have found these to be the perfect compliment under a Gore-Tex mitten shell.

    Sizing seems to run a little big, but they shrank a little bit after the first wash, so they fit like a 'glove' now.