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    Warmth and weatherproofing for mountainous winter weather.

    Marmot engineers constructed the Big Mountain Glove with weather protection to the nines. Outside is a highly durable, waterproof breathable Membrain shell, and inside you'll find a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex insert, a moisture-wicking DriClime lining, and cold-crushing Primaloft One insulation. Unless you somehow drench these gloves right before your skiing or mountaineering expedition, your hands won't feel anything but warmth and dryness amid heinous winter weather.

    • Membrain material's durable face fabric with PU film laminate increases water repellency without drastically reducing fabric breathability
    • Gore-Tex insert with Active Shell technology is durably waterproof, windproof, and highly breathable, so it blocks precipitation and external moisture while allowing sweaty moisture from the inside to escape
    • Washable leather reinforcement adds to overall durability in high-wear areas
    • DriClime lining aids the transportation of moisture away from your skin and out through the waterproof breathable fabric, so your hands stay dry
    • Primaloft One synthetic down insulation is non-bulky and toasty warm, and it repels water, therefore retaining heat longer than traditional down
    • Wrist strap and gauntlet drawcord securely seal around the wrist to keep snow out
    • Falcon grip offers a secure hold on ski poles, ice tools, and other slippery equipment
    • Safety leash attaches to the cuff of your jacket so you can take off your glove without fear of dropping it in deep snow or off a ski lift
    • Item #MAR2449

    Tech Specs

    [shell] nylon, [lining] DriClime (polyester)
    Primaloft One
    Gore-Tex insert
    adjustable wrist strap, gauntlet drawcord
    Nose Wipe
    Recommended Use
    skiing, mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    I really want to like this glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small

    So much so, that I bought the 2016-17 version to replace the exact same glove from a few years earlier...but not on purpose! The glove is generally good, the problem is the material they use for the nose wipe area on the thumb totally breaks down and flakes off after a few years (or several dozen days out). The end result is a glove that's still waterproof, but you're left with a cloth-like white-ish area where the nose wipe material used to be. This premature point of failure is quite annoying in a $100+ glove, I'm returning it.

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: first Large

    I just have repurchased this same glove after I retired my old pair that lasted 9 seasons. 5 of those seasons was spent working with my kids learning to ski, so a lot of hard, constant use with handling ski's, bindings, clips, boots, and hauling everything on and off the mountain. The old pair still work great, other than the soft material on the outer thumb is wearing down. I now use them as work gloves as the leather grips are going to last another 4-5 years. Not a bad investment...

    Cold finger tips here too!

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

    Great looking and fitting glove! Your finger tips will probably get cold if you are only skiing groomers/not as active. I have skied in temps from about 10-30 degrees F and my fingers were cold on groomers and chair rides. During more active bump/powder skiing it wasn't an issue. If you tend to have cold hands I would suggest this as a Spring glove, or use it with a liner as the other reviewer suggested. My last pair of gloves is a 10+ year old pair of Marmot Randonee gloves and they are a decent bit warmer than these. The Randonee gloves were size medium and I bought these in a large and they fit almost exactly the same; so they do run smaller than older Marmot gloves.

    Cold finger tips

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The only complaint is that my fingertips got cold if I didn't have a pair of light gloves under these. But it was also like 5 degrees out...

    Easy fix: Put a pair of light gloves underneath like you should! Haha These gloves are pretty good. Very flexible and you can feel what you're grabbing, thanks to the leather palm.

    Took them snowboarding, sledding, shoveled some snow and had a snowball fight or two with these and they never soaked through or showed any sign of wearing.

    Overall, very nice gloves.

    This is a tough glove, made to keep you

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    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 weather.

    As a disclaimer, I am affiliated with Gore for product testing of Gore-tex and Windstopper garments for the purpose of product review and recommendation. I do receive items from Gore for these purposes.

    Unanswered Question

    Trying to compare and decide between the Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove and this Big Mountain Glove. I like the looks of the big mountain better. The Ultimate advertises a DWR coating where the BM does not but I'm sure I can just apply DWR to the BM's myself. Also, the Ultimate advertises 7.4oz/yd nylon vs only 4.4 in the Big Mountain. The Ultimate also advertises 0.8 - 1.0mm cowhide leather vs the big mountain only having 06. - 0.8mm. I don't know what any of these units are. Do these number variances make a big difference to the gloves durability and warmth? Is it too much a trade-off to go with better-looking Big Mountain gloves?