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Marmot Basic Work Glove

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    Cover your paws.

    Whether you're doing deck repair in the fall or you pulled shoveling duty in the winter, the Marmot Basic Work Gloves keep your paws warm and comfortable. Made with tough pigskin leather and a comfortable Driclime liner, these gloves reflect their wearer's personality: rugged and tough on the outside, but soft and warm on the inside. After all, you don't really mind shoveling if it earns you brownie points (or even a fresh-baked brownie).
    • Item #MAR2086

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] pigskin leather, [lining] DriClime
    Gauntlet
    no
    Claimed Weight
    5 oz
    Recommended Use
    working outside, riding a horse
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Tough Stuff

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

    Hands down one of my favorite gloves of all time. Mine are wearing thin in a few areas but I wear them when I ski tour. They have saved my hands countless times and they keep on going. Would highly recommend these gloves if you're looking for a solid work glove with some insulation.

    Tough Stuff

    Love This Glove

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

    I wear this glove ski touring, warmer days in the resort, shoveling snow, driving to work, basically I wear this glove for everything all winter long. It's super durable, and once you add a little Nikwax leather wax, it's perfect. I ended up buying some for my brother and he feels the same way. I highly recommend snagging a pair.

    Great Glove, Great Value

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL

    I worked in Heavy const. for 20 yr. I was an innovator in that only sissies wore gloves in warm weather but I think my hands deserve better...like these gloves. $40 bucks...can't beat them with a stick! My size is tween L and XL...Got XL, fit like a glove!

    Great Glove, Great Value

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    Bought these gloves as a Christmas gift for my Uncle and he was stoked. Very good quality and warm, and for the price you can't beat them.

    Nice warm gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL

    My grandfather always wore work gloves... Basically to do anything outside. I picked up this trait from him. I bought these gloves a couple of weeks ago and have so far chopped wood, skied groomers on a snow day and worn them while driving to the resort in a pickup w/o a heater. Great agility, good fit (with help from others) and warm in snowy conditions down to about 25 degrees.

    Nice warm gloves

    Size Up Men

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small

    These gloves look and feel great.
    Sizing is tight based on chart.
    I'm a L based on chart measurements but bought XL, expecting to have a little extra room and even that was tight.
    Note to BC: The human body has so many variables. Why not add meaningful sizing info in clothing copy as opposed to "add your size" boxes which are completely pointless and do nothing to help buyer ; ]

    great glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: xl

    Don't need to be broken in at all. Very warm and soft, inside and out. Only complaint is the fit. I'm 6'7" and the fingers are a little short for me. Sizing up would make the palm of the glove too big.

    Best glove for the $$$

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

    I bought a pair of these two years ago, wear them all winter long, and they are still holding up. I wear them skinning, on the resort in everything but the coldest temps, and as my normal winter gloves in the city. Throw some snow seal or Hestra leather treatment on them and you will have an awesome pair of gloves that will last you a long time. The light tan looks really great once broken in.
    FYI - there is no wrist cuff on these so I wouldn't wear them on a powder day, but they are good for about every other condition.

    For the money you cannot beat these gloves.

    Best glove for the $$$

    Does as name states

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I usually wear mid weight leather glove, the BCCottonwood Glove, which provide me with all the warmth I need. However, even those run warm on me, so I picked up a pair of these for 20+ degree days where my Cottonwoods would be too warm, as well as touring. Durable leather, a light insulation, and easy on/off over my wide palms. I wouldnt pay full price, as I got them on sale, and felt that price was adequate. This is the same as any Murdochs level work glove, but I have no problem supporting Marmot

    Work or pan handle...I'll work thank you

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: med.

    I've had my g-love's 2 years now and just reordered another pair. I use them for work only, bad ass bomber. Super stoked on them, great quality. Worth every penny. They're like a piece of me, if a glove can be a piece of you. When my new pair get here and I let go of the old pair, I'll open a beer and let a little spill on the ground for my dead hommie before I have a drink for myself....keeping it real. Great product, hope I can find another pair 2 years from now. Oregon Coast worker/surfer/good beer drinker. Cheers, B.A. Baracus

    size up

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small

    These are awesome quality gloves for the price. As others have stated, and I agree with, size up. I normally wear XL in almost all my other gloves and after reading reviews, ordered the XXL and they fit perfect. I'd also recommend hitting them up with some leather wax to help soften them up a bit and help with the grip.

    Brother loved 'em!

      Got these for my brother as I figured Marmot makes great gloves and he could use a pair. Little did I know, he had been wanting driving gloves for some time and was so impressed I remembered him telling me (we can go with that even though I got lucky!).



      He was very impressed with the leather material and found them to be very comfortable gloves. He is so pleased with these that I am gonna get myself a pair!

      Decent for backcountry skiing.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small

      I have been using these for backcountry ski touring mostly for skinning up. Work well in moderate temperatures (0 to -8 C) while on the move. If it's not dumping snow I can use them all day and not put on big gauntlet gloves. They need to be treated them with nikwax or snowseal to keep'em snow/waterproof. I agree w other comments that they run on the small size. I think the value and utility are good.

      Durable, but doesn't dry quickly...

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      I bought these as a lightweight ski touring glove that could still take a beating. While they are the right weight for day tours, they tend to wet out with sweat and precipitation (even after SnoSeal treatment). The wetness isn't a problem when I'm moving and warm, but they do get cold quickly if I stop. On a day tour, the wetness is also not a problem as I just switch to my thicker Hestras for the run back down, and dry these at home. The problem is that the basic work gloves take almost an entire day to dry out near the heater in my house, which is fine at home, but would become an issue on a multi-day trip.



      Summary: They're great, durable gloves for around town or day tours, and fit nicely in a pocket, but don't dry quickly enough for multi-day trip use.

      Sturdy and stylish,

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small

      the same way I like my women....



      Wait, is that right?!



      Okay, so these are amazing gloves. Though more expensive than work gloves you would find at a hardware store, they are also more reliable and super comfortable.



      I appreciate the quality. The seams are strong and the leather is super durable. These work well in many lights. We use them while belaying/climbing and I'm positive they would work as ski gloves as well. Add a liner and they would be even cozier.



      Great buy and product from Marmot!



      They do run small though so size up one full size. I ordered the XL and they're perfect.

      How are these are repelling water? Also,...

      How are these are repelling water? Also, I'm curious if these are sized a little large. I may want to wear a liner underneath, so I'm not sure if I should order a size up or not.

      Best Answer

      In my opinion, they are sized just about spot on. I can usually squeeze into a medium, but find that I like the fit of the large best, even though the fingers lengths are a hair too long. Both my pair are size large. Yes, I would say if you want to wear a thin liner, then you may want to size up. They are OK at shedding water, as leather is water resistant. However, if you remain in constant contact with wet/snow, they will wet out, but still insulate nicely. Also, if your activity level is high over an extended period, they will wet out from the inside. I usually keep them waxed with some form of leather conditioner or wax product, and that helps alot! Awesome glove!