Marmot Gloves and Mitts"
I was skiing this past weekend in three different weather situations (above 40, pouring rain and 35 degrees, and 28 degrees and snowing). Now one might think that three differ…
- Jane, 03/18/13
OK, so normally I love Marmot products, but this one did not meet my expectations.
The "3 in 1" makes it sound great, but the inner glove is way to small in ratio to the ski…
- Saskia, 08/20/11
ON SALE Marmot Hut Tour Glove
This glove is very solidly constructed. After multiple tough outings, it doesn't show any wear. My hands have stayed dry and warm during some strenuous hiking in snowy weath…
- Michael, 11/05/12
I have poor circulation - even when temps are bearable on the mountain my hands and feet are absolutely freezing. With the Warmest Mitt my hands stay a nice toasty warm ALL D…
- Kristen, 03/01/10
Great for snowboarding mittens but they do get a little wet. It just depends on how much your hands are in the snow. Beginner riders will be a little wet, but experienced on…
- EVAN, 06/02/08
GROSSE POINTE PARK
This is one very warm pair of gloves. I have long fingers and sometimes have difficulty with gloves. I got the large and these fit perfectly!…
- Colette, 12/26/11
Fits like a glove. No pun intended. Great workmanship, warm, not bulky. Moosejaw is awesome and sent my item out faster than indicated. One problem, took me more time to f…
- STEPH, 12/22/07
ON SALE Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove
These are very nice gloves and true to size. There is a very light fleece lining to give it comfort. Hoping the lining will be durable. The very light elastic wrist cuff ho…
- Gilian, 04/12/13
I know two professional mountain guides who swear by these simple, classic, cheap gloves that marmot has been making for at least 20 years. This is not just any leather, but s…
- Eric, 01/03/13
I recently bought these for my wife for a skiing trip in Vermont. I was looking for some high quality, mid-level gloves for her, since I wasn't sure how much she was going to…
- James, 12/21/12
Light but not warm at all. Perfect when not too cold.
A bit small in size.…
- Elsebeth, 11/13/11
These gloves are really nice! They stretch to your fit. I ordered a large pair and they fit great. They're snug, warm, and I still feel like I can use my hands without awkward…
- Jonathan, 10/02/11
These are warm gloves that are thin, and work well as alone or as a liner. My only complaint is I feel like the fingers are a little too tight. The glove fits me well, but I…
- Travis, 12/05/11
ON SALE Marmot Butte Glove
The key to me is finger movement and the dexterity in these gloves couldn't be any better. The leather is soft at butter. An overall excellent glove.…
- Scott, 02/06/13
I was surprised how thin these gloves are. I wore them in 30 degree weather and my hands were nice and worm, the wind did not get through either. I had a decent grip on the st…
- katrin, 11/30/10
These gloves fit and look great, but are not warm. Fine for a few minutes outdoors, but not for building snowmen, sledding or other recreational winter activities.…
- Jennifer, 03/01/13
Marmot Gloves + Mitts
If you're looking at this page I think it's safe to assume you have fingers which you used to type this in. If I'm correct in my assumption, you may want to listen up. Marmot Gloves is bringing the heat, literally. Don't believe me? Take a look at the Marmot Women's Windstopper Glove, using Gore Windstopper technology providing ultimate wind and water resistance, while giving complete grip and durability.
Luckily we have gloves for both sexes, such as the Marmot Alpinist Glove, for serious mountaineers. Reinforced fabric in high wear areas provides total protection with a Gore-Tex insert to provide a waterproof and breathable mitt. Or check out Marmot Women's Warmest Mitt, with Prima Loft One synthetic down insulation which retains heat without the bulk.
Marmot Gloves are crafted to fit like a glove, and yes, pun intended. I suggest you start looking.