The North Face Mens Etip Gloves, £19.99, Craigdon Mountain Sports - HotUKDeals
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Normal price for these is £30, a quick search online seems to support that so £20 isn't bad for them.

Can only confirm the on-line deal, there was no stock in Perth when I went in to look for them. Small and Large only.

The blurb -

The E-Tip Gloves are form fitting, four-way stretch gloves that offers warmth with the added bonus of working any touch screen device with your gloves still on!


Comfortably work your phone, MP3 player, or laptop mouse pad with warm hands. Four-way stretch
Silicone grip pattern on palm
FABRIC shell: stretch knit /Xstatic fingercaps
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These are terrible,I bought them for £30 a couple of years ago,they hold no heat,you are as well not wearing gloves at all,
These are terrible,I bought them for £30 a couple of years ago,they hold no heat,you are as well not wearing gloves at all,

Glad I didn't find them then ;-)

I was very disappointed with the Sealskinz gloves too, neither waterproof or warm just expensive.
When your body feels cold it simply stops sending as much warmth to non vital parts and attempts to keep your organs warm and protected.

That is why even with three pairs of gloves on your hands may still feel cold.

Also Google raynauds it's a common issue.

The best thing is to avoid the cold altogether.
I own these, paid a LOT less than £19.99, look smart wear well however these are NOT designed for Arctic like conditions, nor are they designed to be waterproof nor do they claim to me wind-stopper eqilivient.
I own a pair. They ain't worth £10
I've got a pair - disappointed - i have raynaud's and these don't help any more than my normal knitted ones - they've also worn through on the finger tips in under a year.
I own a pair. They ain't worth £10

I paid £11 for mine :)

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