Key Features of The North Face Meru Mitt - TNF Black
Advanced mountaineering mitt
High-pile fleece insulation
Flash dry lining, Reinforced leather palm
Full-length gauntlets, Waterproof
Removable liner, Primaloft one insulation
The North Face Meru Mitt - TNF Black The North Face Meru Mitt - TNF Black provides ultimate protection and warmth in the most alpine condition. It is the most technically advances mountaineering mitt ever produced by the brand and has been rigorously tested for its warmth. The glove features include high-pile fleece insulation in the palms. It has Flash dry lining for outstanding breathability and wicking properties. The leather palms are reinforced and the liners are removable for flexible wearing options. The full-length gauntlets for wrap around protection and an articulated fit complete the design. The glove is waterproof, insulated and nimble enough to handle and operate crucial mountain equipment. It has removable liner for additional on off options when needed. The glove features Primaloft one insulation on the back of the hand that offers supreme warmth.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
2L stretch nylon shell with DWR coating provides maximum dexterity
Gore-Tex X-Trafit insert delivers waterproof protection in the harshest environments
Water-resistant leather palm provides suppleness and improved grip on ice tools
Removable FlashDry liner wicks away moisture and adds versatility to the mitten
High-pile fleece insulates the palm while 200g Primaloft insulates the back of the hand
Articulated, molded fit ensures your hands can perform in the most hostile climbing situations
5-Dimensional Fit ensures consistent sizing throughout the glove
Full-length gauntlet cinches up high on the wrist to block out the elements
The North Face Meru Mitt - TNF Black Specifications
200g PrimaLoft One
Climbing, mountaineering, snowboarding, skiing
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