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Marmot DriClime Glove

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Breathable finger insulation for touring or cold hikes.

Bare fingers can get a little nippy on skin tracks and cold trail runs just before winter. But thanks to the lightweight Marmot DriClime Glove, you can get the necessary warmth without clammy hands that freeze once you stop moving.
  • Nylon body fabric stretches, breathes, and provides durable dexterity during tours, hikes, and cold camping
  • DriClime lining wicks moisture and expels sweat vapor to help reduce sweaty palms as you climb the cold ridge
  • DWR coating prevents wet snow from soaking the glove, and the fabric also helps take the edge off the wind chill
  • Lightweight feel isn't bulky and can be used as a liner glove in a larger shell glove or mitten
  • PU palm grip helps you hang onto your ski pole and enhances durability
  • Stretchy seam on cuffs keep out blowing snow and cold
  • Item #MAR2304

Tech Specs

[body] nylon, [palm] polyurethane, [lining] DriClime
DWR coating
no, wind-resistant
Claimed Weight
(pair) 4 oz
Recommended Use
layering, ski touring, hiking, liner glove
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Good glove for the price

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

This is a basic lightweight glove for winter touring/hiking. Keeps your hands warm and dry in most conditions, and I think they are great for the price. That being said, the drawbacks to this glove are the dexterity and waterproofing. They aren't the best for setting up gear and won't keep you dry in very wet snow/rain. Still, hard to beat for the price.

Great light weight glove!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these gloves as I was looking for a pair that would keep my hands warm without being thick/bulky. These gloves are light in weight and do keep the hands warm at reasonable winter temps (wore them out in 20-35deg F). There is some dexterity and tactile feel while wearing these gloves, BUT these are gloves for keeping hands warm, not for doing complex/finger sensitive work in. Since they are light and thin, they also fit nicely in jacket/parka pockets. No snow ball fights with them yet so I cannot speak on how water resistant/proof they are.

I measured my hands to be 8.25", so I selected medium sized gloves. They fit well, with just a tiny bit of extra room. If care is taken while measuring you hand... and you follow the sizing guide, you should be able to select the right size for a proper fit. I'm hoping that if I should have to wash these gloves, that they don't shrink while drying.

Update: Had a winter snow storm blow through, and I wore these gloves while out shoveling the front walk. They held up pretty well, no holes appeared in the palms, all seams look as they should. As before, they did keep my hands warm without getting sweaty. Since it was mostly shovel work, I didn't get the gloves wet, so I still have no comment on how well they will keep hands dry or how long it takes for them to dry after getting wet.

Love these for spring touring

    These gloves are my new favorites for spring touring. I can use them for both up and dowhill without issue (while touring, they are way to thin for resort skiing).

    I usually get hot going up hill, but these are thin/breathable enough that I could skin with them on even when temps were in the 40s. They also shed snow very well, so they didn't get wet when transitioning or throwing snow balls. This kept them dry/warm enough that I didn't need thicker gloves for descents, even with temps from 15-20. The one exception was in the middle of an extremely wet storm when they finally got soaked and I had to break out my thick gloves (but this only happened once).

    The main downside was that the outer seem of both gloves tour on my ski crampons, so be aware they are slightly fragile (though it was extraordinary circumstances). The gloves have two layers, so I was still warm with the torn outer seem, but there was a lot more play between the two layers, which became frustrating at times.

    Bottom line: I'll be buying a new pair for next year and will just be a bit more careful when handling ski crampons.

    Good all-around glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This glove is light but warm. It probably wouldnt be a ski glove, but is a great all around glove that is relatively thin. So far, it has been waterproof and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for an everyday glove that isn't bulky.