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The men's The North Face Denali Glove is a warm fleece glove styled after the popular jacket. 300-weight fleece keeps fingers warm on everyday adventures like Friday night football games, running to the store, and loading up the Thule rack for a weekend of skiing. The Denali Glove has synthetic material on the palms so you get a good solid grip. The Taslan® nylon knuckle overlay offer abrasion resistance, and matches the Denali Jacket's classic style.
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!
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.
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.
Now with cozy polyester fleece insulation, the plush The North Face Denali gloves offer even more warmth for cold-weather adventures than before!
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. These gloves make a great base layer under a waterproof shell.
Fiber Content: Body: TKA 300-weight fleece, nylon Taslan; Palm: PU
Country of Origin: Imported
|Additional Info:||Radiametric Articulation™|
|Back of fingers:||100% nylon.|
|Fabric:||Shell: 300 weight fleece with nylon Taslan® overlay / Palm: PU gripper|
|Material:||[outer] polyester fleece (300g), [back of hand] nylon Taslan, [palm] PU gripper|
|Palm and finger tips:||100% polyurethane.|
|Recommended Use:||Spring sports|
|Shell:||300 weight fleece with nylon Taslan overlay|
|Shell fabric:||Polyester fleece|
|Weight:||2.7 oz, 77 g|
|Weight [with packaging]:||Large, Medium, Small, X-Large: 0.25 lb|
|The North Face The Denali Glove - Sale||$11.25 - $29.00|
|The North Face Etip Denali Gloves||$39.95|
|The North Face Denali Jacket||$94.94 - $199.00|
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.
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.