The North Face® ThermoBallTM Mittens pack a lot of warmth in a lightweight package. Ultra-warm PrimaLoft® ThermoBallTM insulation offers the heat retaining power of down to keep your hands at an optimal temperature and the quick-drying properties allow you to stay warm, even when wet. When you don't need them, the ThermoBallTM Mittens compress into a built-in stowpocket for storage so you can keep them close. Select discounted colours are past season. Lightweight and compressible unisex mittens. Packs away in built-in stowpocket. Ultra-warm PrimaLoft®ThermoBallTM insulation. Quick-drying. Proposition 65 warning icon. WARNING: California Proposition 65. California Proposition 65. Proposition 65 warning icon. Fabric Content: Shell: 100% nylon taffeta; Lining: 100% polyester brushed tricot. I bought the Thermo Ball Mitts for cold weather running and they perform great. My fingers and thumbs typically get painfully cold and numb when outdoor temps drop below freezing, but these mittens keep my hands, thumbs, and fingers warm. Sometimes I have to pull the mittens off because my hands actually get too hot and sweaty! The soft wrist cuffs are the right length and nicely snug without being constructive to help keep out the cold. These mittens are very lightweight, which makes them ideal for running. Another performance benefit is that these mittens are quick drying: I thoroughly rinse out these mittens, squeeze out as much water as possible, turn the mittens inside out, and then hang dry the mittens for use the next day. Length and thumb size run true to size, but these mittens are slightly narrow. My hands get very cold in weather below 45 F, and I often hike in temps less than 20F. My fingers will crack and bleed in prolonged cold. These mittens have surprised me in their flexibility and warmth. They are not at all bulky, can easily be stuffed in my pockets, are very light weight. They keep my hands warm so far down to 10 degrees, without liner gloves. I'm able to undo and button buttons, which to me is a good test of flexibility. Highly Recommend. For all of my adult life I've suffered from Raynaud's syndrome where I start to lose feeling my fingers when it's cold and I am outside for any length of time. I've tried all kinds of gloves, mittens, liners and various combinations and nothing has really helped other than using heat packs (which aren't always convenient). I took a chance on the thermoball mitts and I am amazed at how well they work for me. They are very, very lightweight so great for running, but are so incredibly warm. Just got in from a 4 mile walk with the dogs in 15 degree weather with windchills around 0 and didn't feel the least bit cold in my fingers, in fact my hands were actually a bit sweaty! Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that a lightweight and flexible (can easily hold a dog leash with it) would be so incredibly warm. Thank you North Face! Living in the #Upnorth of Minnesota, these mittens are great. They keep hands warm and they're not bulky! I had a pair of these in sample form - the clips did not match, so could not clip them, which is handy, but the pair I bought online TNF store clip good. The camo print is a little lighter and vintage-looking than the pics. The exterior is super soft and shiny - good for warm cover your hands, but hesitant to do work, hilly hiking, etc when grip is needed, or even driving may be slippery; not sure how the exterior would hold up (get leather gloves for hands on stuff. But like they say: very warm, especially considering packability (you could crush one down and hold it in your palm; wrist cover flips out to make a ball, similar to the pocket-packup system on some down jackets, etc). Recommended, for sure, if you need some fresh mitts that keep hands warm - I use for pedestrian travel in the winter and I like em a lot! Really awesome = 5 -. 5 question durability -. 5 camo print - so I'll give a 4-star, but I could see a 5 if you understand they are not for hands-on stuff. I walk everyday regardless of the temperature. I was having a hard time finding gloves to keep my hands warm. These are the best so far. Comfortable and there is enough room in them I can curl my fingers to keep them warmer while I walk. I got these for Christmas and love them! Based on the size chart I got a medium, but they were a little too tight around my wrist. I sized up to a large and it fits perfectly! Haven't found a temperature yet that I don't get too warm when running in these. Amazing. Ran in windchill of negative 5 yesterday and my hands never got too cold. Colour: black
Thermoball Mitt Gloves
Keep your hand warm on winter treks with The North Face 'Thermoball' gloves. Insulated with PrimaLoft® ThermoballTM for incredible warmth, the lightweight mitt design can be compressed to fit into the built-in stow pocket when not in use. The mittens are finished with The North Face logo embroidery to the outer side. Shell: 100% Nylon. Insulation: 100% PrimaLoft® ThermoballTM Synthetic Insulation. Lining: 100% Polyester. Material: Shell: 100% Nylon. Insulation: 100% PrimaLoft® ThermoballTM Synthetic Insulation. Lining: 100% Polyester. Care Instructions: Spot Clean with Warm Water and Mild Detergent.