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Marmot Randonnee Glove

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    15 Reviews


    Double down on weather protection

    Built to handle some of nature's nastiest conditions, the Marmot Randonee Glove keeps your digits dry during mega-deep storm days and manky Pacific Northwest tours. Marmot made this glove impervious to cold smoke and wet snow storms by incorporating two layers of waterproof protection. Behind the glove's nylon face lies Marmot's own MemBrain PU laminate for front-line protection from wetness, while a Gore-Tex XCR Performance insert delivers an extra dose of waterproof and breathable protection to ensure your digits don't get wet whether you're lapping your favorite chairlift in the resort or skinning to your favorite backcountry stash. For insulation, the Randonnee utilizes a synthetic Thermal R material that retains insulating properties when wet for dependable warmth, and the glove's lining is moisture-wicking so you don't have to worry about your paws turning soggy after back-to-back hot laps.

    • A reinforced glove for storm skiing and backcountry touring
    • Gore-Tex XCR Performance insert is waterproof and breathable
    • Marmot MemBrain shell fabric for added protection against wet weather
    • Thermal R insulation retains insulating powers even if it gets wet
    • DriClime Bi-Component lining wicks moisture
    • Multiple cinch straps keep snow out and warmth in
    • Safety leash included for extra security during transitions
    • Nose wipe eliminates rogue snot particles with precision
    • Item #MAR2495

    Tech Specs

    [shell] 100% nylon, [lining] DriClime
    [shell fabric] MemBrain (2-layer), [insert] Gore-Tex XCR Performance
    Thermal R
    Removable Liner
    [gauntlet] quickdraw, [wrist] strap
    Palm Grip
    yes, Falcon Grip
    Claimed Weight
    [large] 6.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Great glove, runs small

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

    Solid glove, warm and waterproof, but as others have mentioned, it runs quite small, particularly in the fingers. I usually wear a Medium, ordered a Large and it's still a bit snug for my taste.
    Have used it back-country skiing a few times now in both wet and dry conditions and have no complaints. Haven't had them out in serious cold, that will have to wait until next winter. Happy Trails!

    First Impressions

      Great gloves!! Wore them over the weekend in temps in the teens in windy, snowy conditions conditions and hands and fingers stayed warm and dry. Inner lining Insulation is thick and substantial. Fit is a little snug but good. I am a size 9 and ordered the large. The cinch cord on gauntlet and wrist strap are easy to use. These gloves seem very sturdy. Would highly recommend especially when on sale, great value for the price.

      Final post on smaller gloves

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

      I don't normally post so many reviews, but felt I had to close the loop on this one. I love the gloves (and have for 12+ years), but for some reason Marmot has decided to make them smaller than they used to (see previous posts). I had a friend ask me if it was just that the loft of the insulation in my older gloves was gone. I placed the new XXL gloves on top of my older XL gloves to show him the older XL gloves are about a 1/2" bigger all around than the new XXL gloves. Since these are not made of a stretchy fabric, it appears to me they are just making them smaller. I'm quite puzzled about this change, especially since my hands measure 9 on their hand sizing chart, which would indicate I should use Large gloves. Not sure I could get my hands in them. As a result, I will have to return these and look for something else.

      Why did they change the cut?

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

      I absolutely LOVE my Randonnee gloves, which I have owned since 2010. They've been my go-to-gloves for February hikes up Mt Lafayette, weekend-long backpacking trips in arctic conditions, snowshoeing, and more. They allow superior dexterity while keeping my hands SUPER warm. Unfortunately, last backpacking trip, they got too close to the fire, so I had to buy a new pair. They arrived yesterday, and I've DEVASTATED to discover that Marmot has apparently changed the stitching on the fingers in such a way that my fingers hardly fit into them! The new design is restrictive, and there isn't enough width in the fingers to provide a comfortable fit. I would get a larger pair, but doing that would mean longer fingers. What a disappointment!

      Sizing appears smaller than it used to

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

      This is a follow up to my previous review of glove size appearing smaller. The XXL gloves arrived today, appear to be just barely slightly larger than the XL pair I sent back, still smaller than my current pair of Marmot Randonnee XL gloves. Very odd. I checked some records, and I've been wearing the XL's (through several pairs) for at least 12 years now...
      As for the gloves, I use them in colder weather in my area (15F to -20F) for everything outdoors; snow removal, operating ATV's, land surveying, playing in the snow, etc. They have always been a warm, durable, dependable, dry glove (for outside moisture and sweat) for everything I've done.

      great gloves, size seems to have change

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

      I recently ordered my third pair of these gloves, have used Marmot Randonnee for about eight years now I think, always loved them. I have always worn the XL size (the sizing chart says I should wear a Large) quite comfortably. The new gloves, however, were tight on my hands in XL and seem to be about a complete size smaller than previously. Backcountry handled the exchange well so far and is in process of getting me XXL's, but I expect it will be a bit before that process is finished.

      Good General Winter Gloves

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size

      Got these gloves for skiing resort days and they worked perfect. They aren't as nimble as I had hoped but they kept my hands super warm down to 15 degrees and wind. Also worked well digging out lost skis under a lot of time in the snow and I couldn't feel the cold through them or any wetness.

      Pretty Good

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

      These gloves are almost 5 star worthy, I'd really call it 4.5 stars. They were warm down into the low 20's with good amounts of wind. My hands would occasionally get cold when I was just standing around or riding the lift, but that was nothing some movement or a thin pair of liners couldn't remedy. The gloves handled sweat really well, and only on the warmest day was it really even noticeable that the lining was damp. I will agree with a previous reviewer that the lining in the pinky did get messed up and they gloves were tough to put on with sweaty hands. This is literally the only detractor I found and it only happened on a warm sweaty day. The safety leash is great, the "snot" wiper is fantastic and the dexterity was great. I would definitely recommend these gloves!

      Super Warm

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

      I used these extensively during Spring snowboarding in Australia. Temperatures were mild around 25F to€“ 35F with a fair degree of wind chill on the summit runs. Snow conditions ranged from icy to good to slushy throughout the day so these gloves got a real workout.
      Super warm even when they started to get a little wet from the slush. Great features with the wrist strap, gauntlet draw-cord and safety leash all well thought out. The snot zone a good inclusion. I found them fairly dexterous and no problem dealing with snowboard bindings.
      Great glove which seems to be tough and would definitely recommend.

      Super Warm

      Liner comes out of 5th digit sometimes

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

      These were warm enough as a medium weight glove on a Rainier climb this summer. They stayed dry as advertised. However, not particularly dextrous. Sometimes, rather randomly, the insulation liner, which isn't meant to come out, would back out of position on my 5th digit and it would take several minutes of working it back in place to get them back on. Adequate but looking further for the ideal working glove on the mountain.

      Excellent so far

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

      Took these gloves to Jackson Hole within days of receiving them, and they held up very nicely in both warm spring skiing conditions and cooler, windy, white-out conditions at the gondola summit. I'm 6' 1 and the large was a great fit for my hands. Great value, well-insulated, and looking forward to taking them out next season!


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

      Just invincible. Have a few gaps in the leather from 3+ season of use and still have never gotten wet, not in freezing NE sleet or 18" dumps in Utah. I have small hands and the S fits well, could be a bit shorter in the pinky but whatever. Dextrous enough for anything you can reasonably expect to do with ski gloves on, and slide back on without slop for everything else. Plenty warm, it has to be brutal subzero before I feel like I need handwarmers, and with those in they handle anything short of expedition temps; if you complain that "my fingertips got cold on the lift" wearing gloves, go back to your little kid mitts.

      Skied the liftline twice (went right past it the first time) when I dropped one. Once I finally bust these, if ever, I'm sticking with Marmot.