The North Face Men's Montana Glove

Priced: $47.99 - $70.00 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
The North Face Montana Glove
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The North Face Men’s Montana Glove is a waterproof glove for skiing and snowball throwing. The ski gloves are made with HyVent 2L fabric, which protect your hands from the wet snow. The gaiter with cinch-cord pull keeps the snow out of your jacket. Radiametric Articulation and fourchette-box finger constructions provides a relaxed hand position and super warm fingers. The 150g of Heatseeker insulation surrounds your hand for warmth. If you always have really cold hands, pop a hand warmer into the Wrist Oven leash for extra warmth. The Montana has been recommended highly by the world’s favorite snowball throwing champs. I don’t think snowball throwing champs exist, but if they did I’d be ranked seventh.

FEATURES of The North Face Men's Montana Glove.
SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Montana Glove.


  • 5 Dimensional Fit™ ensures consistent sizing
  • Radiametric Articulation fits with hands in their natural relaxed position


  • Fourchette-box finger construction
  • 100% polyester lining
  • Nylon oxford material / synthetic leather palm


  • 150g Heatseeker insulation back-of-hand, 100g palm


  • Waterproof and breathable HyVent® insert

Weather and Wind:

  • Full-coverage gauntlet keeps snow out


  • External zippered stash pocket

Traction and Grip:

  • Leather palm for good grip


  • Removable Wrist Oven leash holds disposable hand warmers
  • Ladderlock wrist-cinch
  • Storm Door cuff gasket
  • New design provides a modern look and feel
  • Removable Wrist Oven leash provides warmth when combined with a handwarmer

Your ski trip to Big Sky is a complete success with empty chairlifts, powdery bowls, and awesome views, and The North Face Men's Montana Glove keeps up with your every run. A HyVent insert kept your hand dry from the first day to last. The North Face stuffed this glove with 150g Heatseeker insulation at the back of the hand to withstand the brutal cold Montana is known for, and less insulation at the palm keeps it warm and gives it the dexterity you need.

A 5 Dimensional Fit means The North Face built its Montana glove from the inside out for a consistent fit, and Radiametric Articulation sets the glove at your hand's natural position for all-day comfort you appreciate on your vacation. Unlike your previous glove, the Montana features a fourchette-box finger construction keeps warmth circulating to your fingertips. And a removable Wrist Oven leash lets you slide a handwarmer under the gauntlet to warm up your wrist when you set off for the final, frigid run up Lone Peak.


The North Face Montana Glove provides improved dexterity and superior protection from cold and snow. The North Face lightened the insulation in this glove to improve dexterity. In exchange, they used a finger construction specifically designed for warmth. This glove is insulated with 150g of Heatseeker, so it still packs a punch. The Montana Glove is waterproof so you don't have to worry about wet hands either. You also get The North Face's Wrist Oven feature which allows you to hold your disposable hand warmers on a leash for quick, on-demand heating.

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Also available for: Women, Boys, Girls
Back-of-hand insulation:150 g Heatseeker™
Fabric:back of hand insulation
Lining:100% polyester
Palm synthetic leather/Palm insulation:100 g Heatseeker™
Shell:nylon oxford
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The North Face Montana Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

mens montana glove

Awesome for skiing/snowboarding! My hands were warm the entire time I was on the slopes
TimP at The North Face on 01/08/2014

Negative Reviews:

Not good

I bought these for winter driving and general purpose use. I am disappointed in that they are curved and I cannot put my fingers straight if I want to because of the shape of the gloves. Secondly, if you live in an area where the weather is 10-30 degrees and you use these for general purpose use such as driving or walking, you might find them too warm and sweaty. I think they are more for people who work in Antarctica. Or if you want to use them for hand digging snow, may be. I sent them back.
RKPal at The North Face on 12/12/2013


Purchased the gloves for myself for the New England winters...wore 2x and had to return them. For $70, I expected them to keep my hands warm...they did that...but not my finger tips. Both times the temp was mid-20's and my fingers were on the verge of frostbite.
The $20 Costco brand I purchased prior to these, where thinner and kept my finger tips warmer. I'll be forced to keep searching for a better pair.
PeterH at The North Face on 01/02/2014

Waste of money!

These are the worst gloves I have ever purchased. Anything below freezing temps and my hands are frozen. I own several North Face coats and snow pants and I love them all, but these gloves are not up to North Face standards. I am very disappointed!
Nfarr1 at The North Face on 02/03/2014

Montana Glove

I was excited to wear these during my work when it's below freezing but after a couple shifts, my hands are as frozen with these gloves as they were with my old really disappointed spending $80 on these
Kevo at The North Face on 12/08/2013