The North Face Women's Pamir Windstopper Gloves
From gripping a cold steering wheel to pumping your ski poles on a bluebird day out on the cross country ski trails, The North Face Women's Pamir Windstopper Gloves will take good care of your hands. These fleece gloves are made from wind blocking Gore Windstopper fabric with a durable Amara synthetic leather palm and a silicone gripper pattern that won't slip. Treated with a DWR finish to help resist light rain and snowflakes, your hands will stay protected. Built with a women-specific 5 Dimensional Fit, these coolweather windproof gloves don't feel as bulky and cumbersome as insulated ski gloves, and they're offered in simple, lovely colors that will pair nicely with any North Face jacket. Not just for winter, The North Face Pamir Windstopper Gloves for women are great for cold weather hiking and cycling in the spring and fall as well.
- Shell fabric: Gore Windstopper®; 100% polyester
- Palm lining: Amara synthetic leather with silicone gripper pattern; 60% nylon, 40% polyurethane
- Radiametric Articulation™
- Women-specific 5 Dimensional Fit™
- Weather-resistant DWR (Durable Water Resistant) finish
- Excellent warmth in wind
- Spot clean
- Sizing: measure the hand from the wrist to the end of the middle finger
- Women: 6 in (XS), 6.5 in (S), 7 in (M), 7.5 in (L), 8 in (XL)
Purchase the The North Face Pamir Windstopper Gloves for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 17 2011
Liked the look and feel of the glove but the Med ran large for me. I'm 5' 2", 115 lbs and I guess my hands would be considered small. Don't know what I was thinking when I ordered the Med. Had to return and will reorder a small.
- December 16 2011
Stopped the wind
I recently purchased this pair of gloves just to prepare myself for winter. This pair of gloves surely stops the wind therefore I believe that it did not get its name - WINDSTOPPER just for kicks. It keeps my hands rather warm when I cycle at the lowest temperature of -1 degree celcius. There is one note to point out though about this pair of gloves. I realize that the tips of my fingers will feel a bit chilly after a while. That's the only downside that I would like to point out. Besides that, this pair of gloves by The North Face is definitely of good quality. If The North Face would improve this design, I would say all that this pair is lacking is an adjustable wrist tie that would definitely make it perfect.