Marmot NanoPro is a super comfortable waterproof/breathable membrane. It is dynamically air permeable, which helps shed excess moisture vapor, keeping you dry and happy.
Marmot DriClime is a mesh composed of two different denier yarns which work together to maximize breathability, prevent condensation and wick moisture. This means you can be as active as you want in the outdoors and remain dry and comfortable.
Marmot MemBrain fabrics utilize a polyurethane laminate that perfectly balances performance for anything nature can throw at you. Waterproof, breathable and durable, the external protection coupled with minimal internal condensation adds up to pure comfort.
Men's Outerwear & Clothing
36 - 38"
39 - 41"
42 - 44"
45 - 47"
48 - 50"
51 - 53"
14.5 - 15"
15.5 - 16"
16.5 - 17"
17.5 - 18"
18.5 - 19"
19.5 - 20"
32 - 33"
34 - 35"
35 - 36"
36 - 37"
37 - 38"
28 - 30"
31 - 33"
34 - 36"
37 - 39"
40 - 43"
44 - 46"
38 - 40"
40 - 42"
43 - 45"
46 - 48"
49 - 51"
52 - 54"
* Trail-to-Town pants have specific waist sizes.
** Inseam lengths above are average size lengths. Some pants are available in additional inseam lengths and will display on the product page.
6.5 - 7"
7 - 7.5"
8 - 8.5"
9 - 9.5"
10 - 10.5"
11 - 11.5"
* To find your Marmot glove size, use a flexible measuring tape and measure your hand around and over the knuckles with your fingers together, excluding your thumb.
Men's Tops Fit Guide
Tailored shoulder and fitted hem
Relaxed shoulder and tapered hem
Relaxed shoulder and straight hem
Dropped shoulder and loose hem
Men's Bottoms Fit Guide
Fitted at waist, fitted thru knees, and fitted cuff opening
Fitted at waist, tapers at knees, and straight cuff opening
Relaxed at waist, slight taper at knees, straight cuff opening
Loose at waist, straight thru knees, straight cuff opening
Rated 4 out of
Ski Atac from
Good shell (with modifications)Previous reviews on the Precip noted the short coming of the lining and how
it got wet and impossible to add/exchange a liner. And justifiably. But at such
a low price I took a chance and cut out the lining to create a true shell glove.
No "Waterproof Breathable" material keeps up while I'm skiing. Now I can
easily exchange liners at lunch. It's like having fresh gloves. I use
Marmot's Classic 200 fleece on cold days, good to the
low teens, and 100wt fleece on warmer days. For sub-zero days I still go to
my Marmot Ultimate (circa 2004) gloves. The thumbs on the Precip were 1/2" too
long but with the lining removed it was easy to trim them. The fit is now great.
Palm material does absorb moister but nothing like that of leather palms.
Note: My modifications invalidates any warranty. But it was well worth the risk.
I just hope Marmot reads this and skips the Lining step during manufacturing
to create a new model. Precip Lite? Until then; snip, snip.
Date published: 2016-01-16
Rated 4 out of
Shell not.This will work perfectly for those days when heavy insulated gloves are too hot. They will not work as shells over anything. There is no room for anything except my fingers inside these gloves. Rumors that a polartec liner can be used with them is incorrect. Luckily, I don't need more than these gloves offer when walking the dogs or shoveling snow.
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 5 out of
Great glove.I have used the previous version of this glove for a couple years now. Overall I really like it as I find it is just the right amount of warmth for me when I am moderately active. I mostly use it in the alpine and it has kept my hand warm and dry.
As noted in previous reviews this glove isn't really a shell. There is some insulation in the glove and it would be hard to impossible to wear a liner glove underneath it. I find myself switching to a pair of liner gloves for warmer days in the mountains but these gloves are awesome for the cloudy days or alpine starts.
My only real complaint is the durability of the glove. It holds up great for hiking, mountaineering, climbing, and skiing, but not so much for rappelling. The running of the rope through the glove for rappelling is just too much for the fabric and will wear holes in the gloves much quicker than I anticipated. After the first couple times using them for rappelling I quickly made sure I had different pair of gloves available to switch into for the raps after a climb.
I am just getting ready to buy another pair to replace my worn out set, and I have high hopes they will last longer (as long as I don't rappel in them).