The North Face Montana Mitt for Girl's is a waterproof, insulated, all-mountain mitt ideal for building snowmen or for a long day at ski school. Waterproof, breathable HyVent shell pairs with ample insulation for warmth on cold wintry days. Storm Door cuff prevents snow from drifting into palm to keep hands dry and warm.
The North Face Girl's Montana Mitts.
Storm Door cuff gasket. Super-warm fourchette-box finger construction. Zippered pocket on back of hand. Waterproof, warm and breathable. Radiametric Articulation. shell a: HyVent 2L. An all-around alpine mitt offering warmth, comfort and high-end performance. Youth-specific Dimensional Fit. Back of hand insulation: 100 g Heatseeker.
If you want to keep your kids out on the slopes with you, set them up with a glove that’s just as warm and weather-resistant as yours – something like the Montana Mitt from The North Face. This glove provides all-day comfort with a waterproof HyVent liner and pockets of synthetic insulation in the palm and at the back of the hand.
|Back of Hand Insulation:||100 g Heatseeker|
|Back-of-Hand Insulation:||100 g Heatseeker|
|Fabric:||HyVent 2L / Lining|
|Lining:||75% polyester, 25% nylon.|
|Material:||[shell side 1] HyVent (2-layer); [shell side 2] nylon; [lining] brushed tricot|
|Palm:||45% nylon, 30% polyester, 25% polyurethane.|
|Palm Insulation:||100 g Heatseeker|
|Recommended Use:||sledding, skiing, snowboarding|
|Shell:||81% nylon, 13% polyurethane, 6% polyester.|
|Shell A:||HyVent 2L|
|Shell B:||foxfaille 100% nylon|
|Shell material a:||HyVent 2L / Shell b|
Bought these for my seven year old daughter who loves to ski but hates to be cold or uncomfortable.
She loves these, mainly for the color, but I am pretty sure she enjoys the warmth and the dry hands after a day of making turns. I would definitely recommend these mittens to others.