The North Face Powerstretch Gloves
Ideal for cold, dry conditions, these Power Stretch Gloves from the North Face feature resilient Polartec Power Stretch fleece for excellent finger dexterity. It's a unisex glove design that helps wick moisture away from your skin while hiking, biking and Nordic skiing. The stretch and articulation in The North Face Power Stretch Gloves offer a clear advantage over mitten designs, especially if you're flipping gear switches on your mountain bike, making fine strap buckle adjustments on snowshoe adventures or just digging around in your workout pants pockets looking for spare change for an energy bar. Keep in mind that these gloves are optimized for aerobic activities or casual wear in cool conditions. If you need gloves for skiing, snowboarding or shoveling slush, you'll be better served by one of the waterproof insulated winter gloves from The North Face, but if you tend to work up a sweat in cold weather, these Power Stretch Gloves are a personal best in breathable insulated comfort.
- Fabric: Breathable, moisture-wicking Polartec® Power Stretch®
- Embroidered contrast logo on back of glove
Purchase the The North Face Powerstretch Gloves from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 6 2012
best gloves ever
I love these gloves. They fit perfect and look good. They are very well made and fit snugg. I would recommend these to all my friends. These are a new design.
- December 22 2011
I got a pair of these last year and loved them. Ordered two other colors this year. Great run around glove---not too warm, but still give warmth in cooler temps. Would highly recommend.
- December 12 2011
In addition to being stylish, these North Face gloves are very warm and also allow your fingers total dexterity. They are perfect for driving or just wearing out. They also don't take up much room to store in your coat. Great gloves!
- January 11 2012
Used to snowboard on a nice day
i used these to snowboard on a somewhat warm day, there were people snowboarding in a t-shirt and ski pants. after about 2 hours, i noticed that the gloves were starting to get fuzzy. i'm guessing the water made it fuzzy. other than that, the gloves protected me well.