The North Face Men's Denali Glove

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The North Face Denali Glove
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Color: Charcoal Heather
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Moosejaw $13.99 - $29.95
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REI (2013) (closeout)
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$19.73
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Campmor $22.98
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Backcountry.com $25.46
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Rocky Mountain Trail $29.90
FontanaSports.com $29.99
Cabelas $30.00
Denali $30.00
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Mountain Gear $30.00
The North Face $30.00
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The North Face Denali Glove -

Classic, cool-weather fleece glove.
Constructed from mid-weight TKA 300 weight fleece and abrasion-resistant Taslan overlay panels at knuckles and fingers for added durability. Pairs great with the Denali Jackets from The North Face. These gloves are comfortable and warm and will make any day a better day. So whether you're on the slopes, or on the trail it's important to keep those digits warm and comfy. Nobody wants chilly hands while they are out playing...so pick up pair of the the Men's Denali Gloves today!

Fit:

  • 5 Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing

Fabric:

  • Warm, breathable fleece dries quickly, insulates even when wet and is easy to care for
  • Taslan® nylon inserts across the knuckles and fingers add durability
  • Constructed of 300 weight fleece with nylon Taslan® over knuckles and fingers.
  • Radiametric Articulation™ fabric pattern mirrors the relaxed position of the hand, improving the warmth and blood flow to the fingers.

Padding:

  • Polyurethane pads on the finger tips and across the palms improve grip

Weather and Wind:

  • Elastic wrists seal out the cold

Traction and Grip:

  • Synthetic gripper palm for added grip

Manufactured:

  • Import.

Features:

  • Closeout
  • Versatile for multipurpose sport activities
  • The North Face Denali Gloves are cut to follow the natural curve of the hand to reduce bulk and improve dexterity
  • Radiametric Articulation keeps hands in their natural relaxed position
Moosejaw
FEATURES of The North Face Men's Denali Glove.
SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Denali Glove.

Backcountry.com
Whether you're running errands on a frigid morning or breaking a trail through the woods in your snowshoes, The North Face Denali Glove provides the warmth of 300-weight fleece when you need it the most. Wear the gloves alone for casual use or high-energy adventures; nylon taslan over the knuckles and fingers to add a bit of wind resistance and protect against abrasion, while PU patches on the palms ensure a firm grip and elastic at the wrist seals out drafts. Or you can layer shells over these thick fleece gloves to ensure you don't worry about ending a day on the slopes with white tips.

Campmor
The classic Men's Denali Fleece Gloves from The North Face are insulated with top-grade fleece for warmth and comfort, and feature 5 Dimensional Fit™ for better dexterity.

Denali

The North Face Denali Glove for Men is a classic, cool-weather fleece glove made from TKA 300 fleece with durable, abrasion-resistant panels at knuckles and fingertips.


REI (2013) (closeout)

Now with polyester fleece insulation, the plush Denali Gloves for men from The North Face offer even more warmth for cold-weather adventures than before.

Imported.


Zappos.com
Winter's a lot less fun when you can't feel your fingers. Keep your digits functional and frostbite-free with the Denali Glove.
TKA 300 weight fleece fabric.
Durable nylon Taslan® overlay on back of fingers.
™ provides an ergonomic fit.
Polyurethane palm and fingertips ensure a reliable grip.
Elastic wrists help hold in warmth.
Spot clean.
Mountain Gear
An update to the classic, the Denali Glove is fitted for dexterity and is insulated with top grade, 300-weight fleece for cold weather comfort.

Cabelas
Trusted by winter enthusiasts everywhere, these 300-wt. fleece gloves keep hands nimble in cold conditions. Nylon Taslan® knuckle and finger overlays shield from wind and abrasion, plus offer gripping power. Elastic wrists keep out drafts. Imported.
Sizes: S-XL.
Colors: Deepwater Blue, Charcoal Heather Grey, TNF Black.
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Also available for: Women, Boys, Girls
Activity:Multisport
Additional Info:Radiametric Articulation™
Back of fingers:100% nylon.
Body:100% polyester.
Closure:Pull on
Cuff:Undercuff
Fabric:Shell: 300 weight fleece with nylon Taslan® overlay / Palm: PU gripper
Fingerless:No
Glove leash:No
Goggle Squeegee:no
Goggles wipe:No
Grip Material:Polyeurethane
Insulated:Yes
Insulation:Polyester fleece
Lining:None
Lining fabric:None
Nose Wipe:no
Palm:Polyurethane (PU) gripper
Palm and finger tips:100% polyurethane.
Palm material:Polyurethane
Removable Liner:no
Shell:300-weight fleece with nylon Taslan overlay
Shell fabric:Polyester fleece
Style:Glove
Type:Fleece
Waterproof:No
Windproof:no
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The North Face Denali Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

best gloves ive ever owned

when i first boght these gloves i honestly just boght them cuz they were north face but i put them on outside of the store they were the wamest fleece gloves ive ever owned exept in the wind the wind did kinda break throw only improvment i would suggest is to make these gloves wind proof and they would be the perfect gloves
anonamyes at The North Face on 10/10/2012
These are great gloves, they keep you moderately warm, so your hands will never get too hot or sweaty. I used them on a 40 degree weather, and they were enough, but I wonder if they can stand colder weather. Time will tell. Very comfortable, easy to put on and off, slipping very smoothly. My wife already wants a pair.
Jorge O - customer at Zappos.com on 11/29/2011

Nice, but not for long fingers

The gloves fit well except for the thumbs, which are a bit short and don't allow for full extension of the hand/fingers. I have shorter fingers than some, but I would say about average length. I have a large pair and would recommend a size up from other gloves. The rest of the fit and feel is great.
Milwaukee at Campmor on 02/02/2012

Great Spring and Fall glove, not a winter glove.

I use these when backpacking in mid to late spring and early to mid fall. They are great, lightweight and wind resistant. However if the temps dip below 35 and windy your hands will get cold. A great overall glove for cool temps from 40-60 degrees. Anything under 40 I would suggest a winter glove.
SpiritBear at The North Face on 05/01/2013

nice warm gloves

I use these gloves for everything. They are my standard winter glove. I would definitely recommend these to anyone whos looking for a new good long lasting pair of gloves. the fleece feels nice and soft. and they keep my hands warm when it's -30 on those cold Wisconsin winter nights.
swizzlestix at The North Face on 02/03/2013

Been using this for a while, in the field most of the time, great gloves, great mobility, really resistant and enduring, but not so great dealing with water. True to size, I used the print that BC recommends and had no problem at all.
Totally recommended.

Camilo A. at Backcountry.com on 11/02/2013

Good Driving Glove for Minnesota Winters

I like these gloves so much I just bought a second pair. They are a good all around glove. And there is enough gripping surface area on the glove to use them for Driving and still be comfortable in a cold or warm car.
bwcabob at Cabelas on 04/02/2013

Got these for my brother, but it's a good, basic cold weather glove. They aren't very waterproof--so taking it to the mountain just kept his hands warm--but didn't do much for keeping them dry. Good for cold weather and non-snow kinda activities.

SUNPDX at Backcountry.com on 01/08/2014

Nice cold-weather glove

A tiny bit snugger than I expected and I can feel a bit of plastic threading at one of the fingertips that seems to poke at my finger but these things seem to stay very dry even after handling sopping melted snow.
Frogshackle at Campmor on 01/01/2012

Not a winter glove

This is the best non-winter glove that I've ever own. I don't wear them in super cold Kansas City, MO winter weather 10 degrees and lower(unless it's not windy). Your hand will be in a natural position(always nice).
VinnyUSMC at The North Face on 01/06/2014

Negative Reviews:

I received these gloves today, and they seem to be as warm and comfortable as expected given the materials and price.
However, TNF really dropped the ball when it comes to appearance. The "Deep Water Blue" gloves I received are a very noticeably different shade of blue than my brand new (authentic) "Deep Water Blue" Denali jacket. Additionally, the nylon on the back of the hands is a THIRD shade of blue instead of being black like pictured here. Black nylon would match the jacket nylon, but why would that make sense if the fleece doesn't match? I paid a little bit of a premium for these over similar quality gloves so that they would match, and now it just looks like I bought either them or the jacket from the black market. Not what I expected, and no point in paying extra if they don't match anyway.

Josh H. at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2013

NOT for even mildly cold or windy weather

I bought these gloves for a basic walk to the office in winter. I expected them to keep my hands warm and to shield my hands from the wind. They did neither. I wore them on a mildly cold day (20) with very little wind. Within minutes my hands were cold. Every time there was a small gust of wind, I felt it. I returned them with the reason "Quality not as expected". With that reason I was surprised that I need to pay shipping to return the product. I understand that I would need to pay shipping if I simply did not like the gloves, but I am not happy to pay shipping to return a product that is not of good quality.
TonyD at The North Face on 01/31/2014

They are ok

I have a North face coat that is the warmest thing ever.
These gloves are scratchy on the hands and not warm at all!!
Look for something else unless your trying to make a fashion statement.
Michael3084 at Cabelas on 01/14/2014

Thin - 300Weight? Really?

Nicely constructed - but lower weight Polartec... MAYBE 200 weight. Can't recommend these - not as good as a pair of cheepies I bought from Sportsmans Guide. Oh, I WORK with 300 weight Polartec.
Dean at Campmor on 02/02/2013

Not sure about quality

I've only had these a month, and the stitching at the base of one of gloves has already come undone. All I'm using them for is daily wear.
Jim White at REI on 02/02/2013

Not for really cold weather

Not for temps below 40 degrees. My fingers were freezing!
Desk at The North Face on 01/08/2014

Neutral Reviews:

Disappointing

I received these gloves today, and they seem to be as warm and comfortable as expected given the materials and price (I bought it to be an everyday glove - nothing technical). However, TNF really dropped the ball when it comes to appearance. The "Deep Water Blue" gloves I received are a very noticeably different shade of blue than my brand new (authentic) "Deep Water Blue" Denali jacket. Additionally, the nylon on the back of the hands is a THIRD shade of blue instead of being black like pictured here (and at the online retailer where I purchased). Black nylon would match the jacket nylon, but why would that make sense if the fleece doesn't even match? I paid a bit of a premium for these over similar quality gloves so that they would match, and now it just looks like I bought either them or the jacket from the black market. Not what I expected. Unfortunately, paying return shipping isn't ideal on a product this inexpensive either, so I guess I'm just stuck with them.
Josh48383 at The North Face on 01/03/2013

I really love The North Face products, I have a great Jacket by them, and obviously they're a really high-quality company.
I just moved from a warmer climate to NYC. Weather has been around 30s-40s at night, with cold wind blowing, and these gloves DID NOT keep my hands warm. Maybe these are meant for slightly "warmer" weather, but my hands felt the cold wind and they didn't stay warm.
I will try out ther insulated apex gloves and see how it goes.

pc.p253893 at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2012

OK

I bought these as everyday gloves and price was a driver. They work fine for commuting and neighborhood walks when the temps are hovering around freezing. If you are going to be out loner, or in cold temps, look for another glove.
Bryan S at REI on 01/01/2013

Good, comfortable gloves

These worked well for me in NY when the weather was 40 degrees. Kept my hands dry and warm. They are lightweight, not too bulky and easy to carry around in your pockets if you don't need to use them.
Jake at Campmor on 01/01/2012