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The North Face Montana Mittens - Womens

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Specs

Type: Over Glove
Material: 100% Polyester
Insulation: 150g Heatseeker
Waterproofing: Waterproof and Breathable HyVent®Insert
Removable Liner: No
Closure: Over the Hand
Goggle Wipe: No
Gauntlet: Long
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: The North Face Montana Mittens - Womens

Gloves can be big and bulky, so wear The North Face Montana Mittens. They offer palm insulation and extra protection from the cold and bumps you may take around the wrists. Montana Mittens will stay waterproof for a long time and have convenient ventilation so your hands don't turn into purines. These mittens will act as an important guard to frostbite and a fun day ruined because of being wet. Keep things fun and safe outdoors with The North Face Montana Mittens.

Key Features of The North Face Montana Mittens:
  • Shell: nylon oxford
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Palm: synthetic leather
  • Palm insulation:150g Heatseeker™
  • Back-of-hand insulation: 200g Heatseeker™
  • New design provides a modern look and feel
  • Removable Wrist Oven leash provides warmth when combined with a handwarmer
  • Women-specific 5Dimensional Fit™ensures consistent sizing
  • Radiametric Articulation™ keeps hands in their natural relaxed position
  • Waterproof and breathable HyVent®insert
  • Full-coverage gauntlet keeps snow out
  • Super-warm fourchette-box finger construction keeps fingertips warm Insert: HyVent™

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I bought these for my girlfriend because I know that north face makes quality stuff and that these will keep her hands warm when we go boarding and when we go snowmobiling.
Matthew K on Dec 14, 2013

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