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Marmot designed the Hut Tour Glove with not just one but two layers of waterproof breathable technology for maximum protection in extreme conditions. An innovative removable liner glove features high-loft fleece and Thermal-R insulation for warmth as well as a Gore-Tex XCR membrane which, since it's close to your skin, whisks moisture that your body generates away and provides extra protection in wet conditions. The tough outer shell incorporates Marmot's MemBrain waterproof breathable technology that provides extra protection against stormy weather.

  • Gore-Tex XCR membrane in the insulated fleece liner glove pulls heat and moisture away from you hand to keep it dry and comfortable
  • Liner can be removed to speed drying time, which gets you back on the trail faster and limits the growth of odor-causing bacteria
  • MemBrain 2-layer construction of outer shell glove passes moisture on to the surface of the glove where it can evaporate, and keeps snow and water out
  • Durable nylon and washable Pittards leather in the outer shell stand up to heavy use through the seasons
  • Dri-Clime lining in the shell wicks moisture when you're wearing the outer glove on its own
  • Elastic at the wrist and a gauntlet drawcord keep the snow and cold out
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great glove for avg users/not the best

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

OK. Firstly I don't want to bash this glove too harshly. It is a really nice glove with some pretty amazing features. When I chose "put it through the ringer" I really meant it. I work professional ski patrol and volunteer ski patrol and search and rescue, and have used this glove on more than 120 days last season. Now this glove did not live up to my expectations as the stitching in many places was coming undone. The fingers were getting holes in them too. But I guess that's not going to happen for most people. I was working hard in these for long days, setting up fencing, placing bamboos, transporting patients, and using tools in them.

I need to go over the pros now to make this fair.....This is a very warm glove. The leather palm is reinforced and does seem to be made with good quality materials. The part I think I love most would be the removeable liner (it is very warm and waterproof) This was appreciated so much by me when, at the end of my shift I could remove the liner and allow it to dry.

For the super hardcore, who need gloves to stand up to abuse, I would say invest in something better, or have alternate gloves for the nasty jobs....for 90 percent of ppl these will be heaven to your hands. Sidenote, on super cold days I wore a very thin glove liner inside these, which worked wonders (the layering system works for gloves too, not just body layers)

great glove for avg users/not the best

top shelf

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Picked up the Hut Tour glove for storm riding days in temps below 20 degrees F. Great dexterity for such a warm glove. GoreTex bonus. Huge gauntlet. Rugged construction, (last pair of Marmot gloves took 7 seasons of abuse before losing loft/warmth). Gravy, no synch strap on the back of the wrist to interfere w/ pole straps.

Warm glove for someone with cold fingers

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

So I'm one of those skinny types that suffers from cold fingers and toes. All. The. Time.

So I bought these gloves thinking I need to spend the money where it counts. Boy was I right. These gloves are the first glove to actually get warmer over time, even in 20 degree weather. Slightly bulky, but once they get worked in they have a nice feel.


Very warm.

Easy to slide on and cinch the wrist strap with one hand.

Removable retention straps.

Wrist cuff cinches down around jacket to create an impervious cold-barrier.


Slightly bulky.

Wrist cinch loosening strap gets pulled into the glove when you are putting it on - very annoying.

They don't have that 'tight' feel that gloves with wrist straps have, but you get used to the looser feeling (and I assume this promotes better circulation).