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Favored by Marmot's freeride ski team, the Armageddon Undercuff Glove offers weatherproof protection, foam padding for impacts, and warmth even in brutally-cold weather. A slim cut helps the cuff of your jacket slide over the wrist closure of this glove so you get the most low-profile fit possible. Rather than pulling a gauntlet-style mitt all the way up to your elbows, go with something a little more low-key when you're ripping cliff laps inbounds.

  • Goatskin leather shell is highly durable and supple enough to feel soft
  • DriClime lining wicks moisture away from the surface of your skin in order to keep your hands dry and comfortable
  • Polartec Thermal Pro insulation provides warmth without unnecessary bulk
  • Membrain waterproof breathable insert keeps your hands dry, and the insert blocks wind to boost warmth
  • Foam padding helps to protect your fingers from impact
  • Official glove of the Marmot Freeride Ski Team
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Tough Gloves

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

My go-to gloves for pow days at Mt. Baker, a good portion of the season. I have pretty big hands and the XL has been more than roomy enough. Stiff at first but broke in nicely. No problems with stitching or fabric over past two seasons of use. I've found it helpful to re-waterproof them every so often (depending on usage) otherwise they get soggy on real wet days.

Great Glove

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I used these gloves all last season and love them. Northern New England can really dish out the nasty weather and these had no problem handling it. Very well designed to fit snugly on your hand while still providing the warmth and padding that makes this a top notch glove. The dexterity is my favorite thing about these gloves, you can even open a beer while wearing them! Only knock is that they can be a bit chilly when your at the top of Sugarloaf in January.

Thumbs Up.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Used these as my number one glove in the backcountry for the second half of this season. Splitboarding has been their primary deployment.

Great glove, very warm, very comfortable, very waterproof, great fit after break in. I do feel that they really didn't achieve their best fit until 5 - 10 really good cycles of wet/dry/wet/dry. They're now much more dexterous for splitty change-overs than they were right out of the box. They are also a really good-looking piece in my opinion. I'm not sure how functional all of the padding is unless you're a gate racer, but it does add some style points, and might come in handy in case of a fight with a Woodsie.

About 40 total days on them so far and they're showing almost no concerning signs of wear - just good break in.

One small caveat to that though - be careful not to pull them on with the velcro cuff strap. I did this on around day 15 and did slightly separate the strap on from the rest of the cuff. Mostly just around the piping, didn't compromise the whole strap or the glove itself. I'm not sure if you'd call this a design flaw since I doubt one should actually use the flap in this manner.

I ended up repairing this myself with a needle and thread (being the master seamstress Suzy HomeMaker that I am), but I don't believe it would have affected performance in any way had I left it the way it was.

Going 4 stars due to that one "flaw" but I'd definitely buy these again should the need arise.

Best Gloves I've Ever Owned

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I'm a ski patroller in Lake Tahoe. I've had these gloves for about 2 months and I couldn't be happier with them. They are durable, allow for easy movement and dexterity, and are very well padded yet still slim fitting. Other patrollers that check them out all think that they are awesome and many are planning on getting some for themselves. Maybe not the warmest glove you can buy but they can handle Tahoe's coldest days no problem.