The North Face Montana Etip GTX Glove - Women's

The North Face Montana Etip GTX Glove - Women's
The North Face Montana Etip GTX Glove - Women's
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Montana Etip GTX Glove - Women's by The North Face
Bluebird days are all well and good, but when you wanna get the goods you'd better be up early and get ready to get snowy. Luckily, when you've got The North Face's Montana Etip GTX Glove along for the ride your hands will be warm and protected as you crush fresh lines over and over again. This reliable all-around ski glove features a durably waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane that shuts out moisture from falling snow, while the Heatseeker insulation delivers toasty warmth in frigid conditions to keep your hands comfortable and operating smoothly as you cut deep powder slashes and blast through tree gaps. And with all that snow flying, you're gonna want to snap some videos, which you'll be able to do easily thanks to this glove's touchscreen-compatible Etip fingertips.

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SKU: TNF05WD
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