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  • The North Face - Montana Gore-Tex Glove - Women's - Tnf Black
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The North Face - Montana Gore-Tex Glove - Women's

The North Face Montana Gore-Tex Glove - Women's

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$41.99 $69.95

Item #TNF03QE
Past season color

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Tech Specs

Material:
[shell] DryVent (2-layer), 100% nylon tweed, [palm] synthetic leather, [lining] 100% polyester, high-pile fleece
Insulation:
[palm] 150g Heatseeker, [back of hand] 250g Heatseeker
Removable Liner:
GORE-TEX
Style:
glove
Closure:
slide on, with gauntlet and ladderlock wrist cinch
Palm Grip:
synthetic leather
Touchscreen Compatible:
yes, Etip
Hand-warmer Compatible:
yes, removable WristOven
Recommended Use:
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Montana Gore-Tex Glove

Hit the slopes this winter in toasty, dry protection with The North Face Women's Montana Gloves. A waterproof GORE-TEX insert keeps your hands dry in the snowiest storms, and the durable nylon oxford shell makes sure you have the Montana for multiple seasons. Heatseeker insulation keeps your palms nice and toasty while an extra 100g of it warms the back of your hand during the coldest ski sessions. The plush polyester lining keeps your hands comfortably cozy, and the synthetic leather palm helps you hold on to your ski poles.

The North Face constructed the Montana from the inside out to ensure a consistent size for a feminine fit. Radiametric Articulation means the glove stays in your hand's natural position for comfort. A fourchette-box finger construction prevents your fingers from numbing. The full-coverage gauntlet keeps snow off your wrists, and the removable Wrist Oven leash lets you place a handwarmer in the gauntlet for seriously frigid ski sessions.

  • Ladies-specific glove for slaying the mountain
  • Lofty insulation keeps your digits feeling delightful
  • Ladderlock wrist-cinch seals out the cold
  • Grip with ease with durable synthetic leather palms
  • Removable WristOven leash pair with a handwarmer for max heat
  • Super warm fourchette box construction keeps fingertips toasty

Great fit, very warm

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Bought these for a friend for our annual snowboarding trip - she loves them. Warm hands, secure, great fit.

They Work, Lost Stars for Comfort

    I was excited to try these out and had a chance to test them at Brighton this week. I currently use a pair of Hestra Fall Line mittens for skiing and while I love them, they are a hair too large for my small hands, and require repeated waterproof treatment. I was also interested in seeing how well the Gore technology works in these.

    Size wise, these fit my hand like a glove (yeah I said it). No gap between the tip of my finger and tip of the glove, and pretty good dexterity all around. I noticed they were a little stiff when I first put them on, but i wore them for about 10 mins at home and figured they'd loosen up after some breaking in.

    The next day I wore these skiing, and I noticed my hands were cramping quite a bit. It almost felt like there was something preventing my hands from opening fully/in a natural way - later that day I noticed that the construction of the thumb seams was restricting the full range of motion in my thumbs, causing cramps and fatigue. I was pretty disappointed - on the surface these gloves look solid and performance oriented, but the thumb seam (palm side) is stitched way too high and does not allow your thumb to move freely or naturally.

    I ended up wearing my Hestra mittens the day after on the first snow storm of the season. They got wet by the end of the day, but my hands were a lot more comfortable with them on than the Montana gloves.

    These get the job done, but there are better fitting/more comfortable gloves out there.

    Warm but small

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I got these for my sister at first they kept her hand and fingers warm but they were hard to get on and off.
    Not sure if maybe sizing up would have helped more but other than that they kept her hands warm.

    Warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    They aren't the most comfortable glove out there, they could use some ergonomic shape/curve in the fingers. But for a cheaper cold weather Gore-Tex glove they're great.

    Great gloves but the sizing chart is a bit off. Followed it and they were too small. Suggest following it and going up a size.

    Kept my palms warm, but my fingers froze

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    After a lot of research, and reading a lot of mixed reviews, I ordered these gloves based on North Face's good reputation. I bought them to wear at a football game in December in ~30 degree weather in Pittsburgh, PA (with a chance of snow/rain). I'm not from a cold-weather state, so it was immensely important to me that the gloves were waterproof, windproof, and warm because I would not be moving around, and I'm not used to true winter weather. I should have heeded the negative reviews more. The gloves kept out the wind and kept my palms and backhand warm, but my fingers were so painfully cold that I had to take off the gloves and use 2 hand warmers in each of my jacket pockets to alleviate the cold. I tried warming up my hands first then putting the gloves on repeatedly, but each time, my fingers lost heat almost immediately. I even tried slipping hand warmers into the gloves themselves, but this did not help. I was better off without the gloves entirely, and had to keep my hands in my pockets with the hand warmers for the rest of the game. Even my non-gore-tex not-insulated fleece gloves fared better in 32 degree weather the night before, and I wished I had brought them to the game instead. Now I'm stuck with $70 gloves that can hardly withstand a California winter.

    They Work, Lost Stars for Comfort

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I was excited to try these out and had a chance to test them at Brighton this week. I currently use a pair of Hestra Fall Line mittens for skiing and while I love them, they are a hair too large for my small hands, and require repeated waterproof treatment. I was also interested in seeing how well the Gore technology works in these.

    Size wise, these fit my hand like a glove (yeah I said it). No gap between the tip of my finger and tip of the glove, and pretty good dexterity all around. I noticed they were a little stiff when I first put them on, but i wore them for about 10 mins at home and figured they'd loosen up after some breaking in.

    The next day I wore these skiing, and I noticed my hands were cramping quite a bit. It almost felt like there was something preventing my hands from opening fully/in a natural way - later that day I noticed that the construction of the thumb seams was restricting the full range of motion in my thumbs, causing cramps and fatigue. I was pretty disappointed - on the surface these gloves look solid and performance oriented, but the thumb seam (palm side) is stitched way too high and does not allow your thumb to move freely or naturally.

    I ended up wearing my Hestra mittens the day after on the first snow storm of the season. They got wet by the end of the day, but my hands were a lot more comfortable with them on than the Montana gloves.

    These get the job done, but there are better fitting/more comfortable gloves out there.

    Goretex gloves

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I bought these for my sister for her birthday and this is her review.
    "I was disappointed that the color I ordered looked different on the screen. I like the band across the glove that allows you to tighten it to fit. I thought the fingers were a bit long for my hand but there's not much you can do about that. However overall I liked the fit and I'm excited to use them this ski season."

    Dry and Warm

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    This glove is loaded with synthetic insulation. You will have no problem staying warm on cold days on the mountain. Even if it's one of those awesome days with free refills every run and you would would be soaked in your old gloves, these gloves will keep you nice and dry since they have a dry vent face fabric and a gore tex insert. I'd definitely recommend these gloves to anyone who gets cold hands.

    Great design and comfort

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I just got these gloves to start ski season. They are easy to pull on over my jacket sleeves with a pull loop that accommodates having one glove on and getting the second one on. It’s easy to cinch the wrist and top of the gauntlet to keep snow out and heat in. I also love the wrist bands to attach my gloves to me for those times when you just need a glove off for a moment. I haven’t inserted hand warmers in the wrist bands, but am happy for that option when winter actually arrives.

    I ordered a size M based on the size chart and it feels like a great fit.

    The North Face

    Women's Gloves
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    Hand Circumference

    5.5 - 6in

    (14 - 15cm)

    6.5 - 7in

    (16 - 18cm)

    7.5 - 8in

    (19 - 20cm)

    8in+

    (20cm+)

    Hand Length

    5 - 5.5in

    (13 - 14cm)

    5.5 - 6.5in

    (16 - 18cm)

    7 - 7.5in

    (18 - 19cm)

    7.5 - 8in

    (19cm+)

    How to Measure:
    Measure your hand using a flexible measuring tape.
    Hand Circumference:
    Measure around the widest part of your hand, excluding the thumb.
    Hand Length:
    Measure from the tip of your middle finger straight down to the base of your palm (where it meets your wrist).