Marmot Men's Work Gloves
We look at the Marmot Work Glove, and think, Northwest skier or snowboarder. Why? Because of the ridiculous amount of waterproofing that has gone into this glove, and our typically damp snowpack. The glove starts off with a 2 layer stretch waterproof breathable MemBrain fabric shell, and then ups the ante with a Gore-Tex XCR Performance glove insert. The result, virtually unparalleled waterproofness and breathability. Then Marmot throws in a bit of Thermal R synthetic insulation for warmth, and adds a Flex Zone palm with articulated Falcon Grip for dexterity and enhanced grasp. Other handy features include the soft fabric nose wipe, the safety leash, and the easy pull gauntlet cuff cinch. If you work or play in a wet, cold environment, slide your hand into the Work Glove from Marmot and enjoy warm, dry, comfortable digits
- Material: MemBrain® 2L, 100% nylon stretch, 4.8 oz/yd, washable goatskin leather 0.6 (reinforcement)
- Lining: DriClime® 3-Dimentional wicking
- Insulation: Thermal R
- Gore-Tex® glove insert
- Flex Zone palm
- Carabiner loop
- Falcon Grip
- Nose wipe
- Safety leash
Purchase the Marmot Work Gloves for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- October 22 2011
Marmot Work Gloves
Nice pair of gloves , keeps hands warm. They are a true fit. Order your exact size. I use these for my outside work and they have held up so far.I picked these over a pair of northface gloves.
- October 21 2011
Great gloves for the money
This is my second pair of Marmot Work Gloves - needed a different color. I use these for downhill skiing and find they to be great - especially for the value and comfort. Not the warmest in frigid temps but a thin liner glove takes care of that. They are durable and well suited for my needs. I see them lasting a good while.
- June 19 2011
Great for backcountry skiing
I use these gloves for multi day backcountry ski tours and inbounds skiing. They keep my hands warm and dry no matter what the conditions. The materials are durable and the palms have a good grip. The wrist cords keep the gloves secure for quick removal without worrying about dropping them off the ski lift or down a steep slope. I would recommend these gloves for cold and wet conditions.
- March 8 2011
Used on a solo camping trip with temperatures down to the the teens. Very comfortable and functional. Snug fit for size, so cannot be used with a liner.
- February 1 2011
good quality gloves
I bought these gloves for snow shoveling and they performed very well, better than any other gloves I've tried. My hands have not gotten wet in them at all and the leather palms provide good grip.