The North Face Etip Gloves - £13.59 @ Amazon
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The North Face Etip Gloves - £13.59 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Nov 2015
These gloves are £30 on TNF website, so at £13.59 are a steal.

They are touch screen compatible & I had a pair delivered today. Reviews seem unfair, they are relatively warm (couldn't take them skiing, but great for this current cold snap).

Size guide on TNF website, available in Medium, Large & XL at this price point (in black).

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For outdoor athletes who want to stay digital device enabled choose The North Face™ Etip Glove with touchscreen connectivity. The four-way stretch fleece glove features a Radiametric Articulation™ and 5 Dimensional Fit™ for a natural fit. A silicone palm ensures good grip on ski poles, bike handle bars or ice axed. Digital device compatibility comes from U|R® Powered technology with a conductive and durable coating that allows all five fingers to work with touchscreen devices. For a balance of warmth outdoors and digital connectivity, The North Face™ Etip Glove is the right choice.

FEATURES
U|R®Powered conductive

The UIR® Powered conductive technology enables you to operate touchscreen devices with all five fingers without taking off your gloves. UIR® Powered conductive technology utilizes a conductive polymer coating that can be applied to any fabric and because it doesn’t have to touch your skin it can be integrated into lined and insulated gloves.

I'm tempted to buy these myself after finding them for you yesterday mate.

How are the sizes on these? I have quite large hands but I'm not sure between medium and large.

Great price

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jdrob123

I'm tempted to buy these myself after finding them for you yesterday … I'm tempted to buy these myself after finding them for you yesterday mate. How are the sizes on these? I have quite large hands but I'm not sure between medium and large.



Found them for me ?

I'd say the gloves are slightly larger than the sizes on the official site, but I went with a Large & I'm happy

I paid £30 a couple of years ago for these,they look great but are hopeless for keeping your hands warm.

redbulljunky

I paid £30 a couple of years ago for these,they look great but are … I paid £30 a couple of years ago for these,they look great but are hopeless for keeping your hands warm.



Oh that's not good for a pair of gloves!

I received a pair for xmas last year, and after a few uses the stitching started to unravel on both gloves - rubbish

DexMorgan

Oh that's not good for a pair of gloves!




I think that is the least of your problems!


'Box Contains
1 x Glove'


Oops!

Tempting to take a gamble on these

Agree with redbulljunky, they are poor at keeping your hands warm. A cheap £1 are better. They do look good mind....

Good price. Stocked up on these about 2yrs ago and they sold on eBay for between £22 - £26 so potential money spinner for you chaps.

Paid £8.16 for these this time last year.

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platypus07

Paid £8.16 for these this time last year.



If only we had a time machine eh !

ChrisUK

If only we had a time machine eh !



Wouldn't be worth it, I've heard they cost a fortune to run!

Gutted.

Been looking for simlar for months but they've never been on offer.

Ended up getting some sh1tty karimore ones.... For £6 there actually ok!

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jonesinamillion

Gutted.Been looking for simlar for months but they've never been on … Gutted.Been looking for simlar for months but they've never been on offer.Ended up getting some sh1tty karimore ones.... For £6 there actually ok!




But them & keep the karimores as spares or base gloves.

Paid £6.92 for them last year from Amazon

Berghaus gloves for £7.64 will do me thanks amazon.co.uk/dp/…WRA

My hands are gigantic and they fit just fine. I wore them to watch a football match and at full time my hands felt like I'd had them in the freezer. I use them on the tube now for which they are ideal.

forgot to say when I put them on I feel like I'm in the SAS

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snatch_master

forgot to say when I put them on I feel like I'm in the SAS



The misses did look a bit worried when I put them on last night to try.........

As others have stated not great for warmth but great functionality..

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notahoarder

As others have stated not great for warmth but great functionality..



Put a pair of £1 stretchable gloves on underneath these & you're sorted

ChrisUK

Put a pair of £1 stretchable gloves on underneath these & you're sorted



I upgraded to the Pamir etip which are slightly better

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notahoarder

I upgraded to the Pamir etip which are slightly better



I seen them, I actually wanted the thin "second skin" ones to be honest as I was fed up with bulky gloves (especially when walking the dog & your phone goes !).

These are not the warmest gloves, but do take the chill off your hands, work great with your touch screen device & will put anyone off hassling you as you look like you're about to commit an assassination.....

ChrisUK

I seen them, I actually wanted the thin "second skin" ones to be honest … I seen them, I actually wanted the thin "second skin" ones to be honest as I was fed up with bulky gloves (especially when walking the dog & your phone goes !).These are not the warmest gloves, but do take the chill off your hands, work great with your touch screen device & will put anyone off hassling you as you look like you're about to commit an assassination.....



These aren't that bulky if you get the correct size i use them while cycling on a road bike and don't find they restrict me

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notahoarder

These aren't that bulky if you get the correct size i use them while … These aren't that bulky if you get the correct size i use them while cycling on a road bike and don't find they restrict me



How about picking up dog turds ?

ChrisUK

How about picking up dog turds ?


Changing gears on shifters can be quite precise with the fingers so i dont see why not ha

I've got these, nice stylish gloves, better than the thin crappy wool e-tips.

Bought these last year, like others have said they aren't great for keeping your hands warm. Also the etip don't last long, I couldn't use my phone with these gloves after 2 months or so b

shanewba90

Tempting to take a gamble on these


its only £13 you call this a gamble

as snatch_master said above, these are rubbish, you really feel the cold in them, watched one rugby match and my hands were blue, not sure if they actually did anything.....Cold!! quite literally

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ginno78

as snatch_master said above, these are rubbish, you really feel the cold … as snatch_master said above, these are rubbish, you really feel the cold in them, watched one rugby match and my hands were blue, not sure if they actually did anything.....Cold!! quite literally



Cheers for the input - where are they cheaper to be voting cold ?
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