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    Stay warmer and go longer in the Ultimate Glove.

    Stay out on the slopes longer with the help of the Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove. Even if it's stormy or wicked cold, this glove's waterproof breathable Gore-Tex insert and PrimaLoft insulation keep you going long after the competition for fresh tracks has thrown in the towel and taken refuge in the lodge.

    • Waterproof Gore-Tex Active Shell laminate offers outstanding breathability keep your hands from becoming a wet or sweaty mess
    • Pittards washable cowhide leather offers serious durability and improved dexterity
    • DriClime lining wicks away moisture and prevent clammy hands
    • Low-bulk PrimaLoft One insulation ensures warmth on frigid days
    • Full-length gauntlets with drawcords keep the snow out
    • Handy nose wipes keep the snot off your face
    • Safety leashes make sure you end up digging around under the lift for a dropped glove
    • Item #MAR2447

    Tech Specs

    [shell] nylon, DWR coating, [reinforcements] cowhide leather, [lining] DriClime
    Primaloft One
    Removable Liner
    Gore-Tex insert, MemBrain
    gauntlet drawcord
    Nose Wipe
    Hand-warmer Pocket
    Claimed Weight
    8.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Solid glove, not great when frigid

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

    I've skied with this glove for 3 years through a variety of conditions and temperatures. It's a great glove for keeping dry, it's got solid grip, great dexterity, and I love the wrist gaiters. Once they wear in, they're much more comfortable than my other ski gloves. Also, they're total beasts outdoors - I've had other gloves fray or rip if my hand hits a branch or a rock, which is a huge pain - these guys have held up amazingly. The only drawback is temperature. My extremities ski a bit cold, so I was looking for a tough cold weather glove, and they're great at most temperatures, but lacking in the true cold (although they even breathe pretty well and my hands haven't sweat that much on bluebird days when I should probably be skiing with a lighter glove). Skiing in really cold weather, most recently Jackson, the wind seems to flow straight through these gloves and my hands freeze. This has only been a problem in very cold weather (<15 F), they work great in moderately cold weather.

    Also, safety lashes popped off pretty early on (was really disappointed with that, since it was just from normal use, nothing extreme), so I just use the gaiter drawcords as a backup.

    Good quality, not ultimate

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

    For the suggested retail price, these are far from ultimate. I have gloves from Black Diamond (Guide)and Hestra (Heli) and the Marmot’s fall short in major areas that I consider necessary to boast as being the ultimate ski glove.
    The gauntlet is a bit short compared to the Heli, has a smaller diameter opening and is too soft to my liking. I find that a shorter, small, soft gauntlet is hard to get over bulky layers especially when you have one glove on and must work the other gauntlet down using your now glove-fattened fingers of the opposite hand. A soft gauntlet collapses more easily down to the wrist eventually bunching up during the day. The gauntlets on the BD’s and Hestra’s slip over bulky layers without much coaxing, the Heli goes up farther on the forearm and both remain in place without collapsing down to the wrist.
    The liner is not removable so they cannot be dismantled to enhance drying overnight in preparation for the next day. I have purchased winter work-type gloves from other retailers and side by side the $175 Marmot’s look more like $70-$90 winter gloves. In contrast, you can see and feel the difference in the BD’s or Hestra’s.
    I’ve been doing this outdoor thing for many years and am confident the glove is going to be about as warm as most gloves of this general class and weight of insulation. I believe the glove to be of high quality, but at $175, not high value and the design does not push it to the lofty title of ultimate.

    solid glove

    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: xl

    these gloves appear to be very well-made-solid sturdy construction, fit true to size. i got these to replace a previous pair of marmots that were 7-8 years old and starting to fall apart. these gloves seem a little sturdier, although aren't quite as warm--older marmots used down insulation-these use primaloft. they are warm down to 15-20 degrees. my fingers were cold in temps under 15.

    Excellent Glove

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

    I've used these gloves for a couple of seasons skiing in the Sierra. Well, maybe just a season and a half, as 2014/15 hardly counted. Anyway, these gloves are fantastic. They keep my hands warm even after they get wet from sweat or snow, and they dry pretty quickly overnight (in a warm lodge). The adjustments on the wrist and cuff are both easy to use and the gloves seem quite durable so far.

    They are pretty expensive, but I've had two other gloves before these that were not warm or easy to adjust, and together they cost more than these. If I'd have bought these first I'd have saved a decent amount of money.

    too tight

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

    These fit ok if I don't curl up fingers. Driving the car I find my knuckles pressed hard against the gloves as the upper leathers don't provide any stretch. Putting pressure against the inside of the gloves this way crushes the insulation diminishing their effect. I wear same size in any activity: golf, motorcycle, you name it. This is a design problem and not a breaking in issue. Looks good but I don't like a pair of gloves that fight me all the time.

    Solid...solid gloves

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Skied these gloves two seasons and they have been excellent so far. Construction is top-notch, leather is soft and feels broken in from the start. As for warmth, tested em down to 15 F and felt comfy. The rest of their features are very solid as well. Mobility in them is good, warmth-movement feels in good balance. They fit true-to-size, usually wear a medium and that's what I went with. I expect to be enjoying these gloves for many seasons to come, they're definitely gloves for the long haul.

    Cold hands

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

    These are not the same as the older version. Had the older version of these gloves for 5 years and they were the best. Not anymore, your hands will be cold in these gloves. Very disappointed in Marmot for lowering the quality of this glove. Not recommended if you want to keep your figures warm.

    Great long lasting glove

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

    These are some pretty spendy gloves. But they may be worth the cost. I use the big mountain glove because they're a little more affordable for very similar materials. For the quality of materials in this glove, I don't know that you'll find it much cheaper. Other gloves in this range use insulation inferior to the primaloft one and not as good of gore tex.

    Expected an oven, got a heater

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

    You will need liners with these when they are your solution in 10 degrees or less if you are an old guy with failing circulation. Fit is true to size and the extended wrist cuffs should be properly tightened to maximize warmth, and they clearly do help. Overall happy with glove but it isn't a solitary solution in the coldest weather.

    Ripped after 3days, no replacement...

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

    I had these gloves for 3 days and they ripped. The rip looked like it was from an edge or something sharp, however I never experienced anything that would have caused it. The real problem is that the leather is pretty thin and had they not ripped after 3 days, I wouldn't have been surprised if they ripped for other reasons later. The stitching near the effected area also ripped but wasn't directly subjected to whatever caused the leather to rip.

    I'm hard on my gear and have owned gloves at half the cost from Burton, Dakine, EMS and Northface, yet never had a rip like this in under 3yrs of heavy use.

    For $180 they weren't especially warm or what I would consider an "Ultimate Ski Glove".

    After expressing my concern with Marmot, they wouldn't replace them for free. They did offer a 50% discount on a new pair, but since I already got them with a 50% discount and had such a poor experience with them with in 3 days and dealing with a company who's not willing to back their gear 100%, I wasn't interested in spending any more on Marmot gear.

    Maybe, EMS, REI, or other stores would provide a refund, but Marmot wouldn't. Disappointing...

    Top shelf gloves

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

    By far the most I've spent on gloves, but so far I'm impressed with them. Nice features; wrist leases, one-hand draw cord and releases, and they look great. Quality is impressive. Haven't used them in super cold weather yet, but absolutely no issues in the low 20's. I usually wear an XL, but order the Large after consulting the fit sheet. That is the right size for me.

    Different from my last Marmot gloves...

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL

    I still have another pair of Marmot gloves that are about 15yrs old. The leather was starting to rip, as was the fabric around the fingers, and the insulation was getting packed out and they aren't as warm as they used to be, so I bought these shiny new ones.

    - Leather seems to be of better quality - better dexterity and water resistancy.
    - Slightly snugger fit = better use of hands

    - Cuff is pretty narrow...and the cuff cinch is a pain in the a**.

    To be determined
    - Insulation. These are definitely "thinner" than the last ones, but hopefully this newer insulation will be as good as the older ones on those -15 days.

    My Go-To glove for over 15 years!

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

    Just bought my 3rd pair of these gloves. Have worn out 2 previous pair including the gloves I first purchased back in the 90's. Don't read into this comment that Ultimates don't hold up to lots of use...they do. Very warm, great fit and durable as all heck!

    Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove is Excellent

      I have been using this gloves for the last two seasons. I used Alaska, Girdwood & Valdez with great results. Is warm under severe weather conditions. I also used them in Las Leñas for almost two months, facing all kind of temperatures and variable weather conditions too.
      Im diabetic and I really take care of mi fingers and toes. I highly recommend these gloves

      Huge fan

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

      I bought these gloves last January for New England skiing. I spent more $ than I typically do and I have not been disappointed. They kept my hands warm on single digit days, even on the chair lift. Also, the construction is top notch and I think they are even better after a few dozen days of use.

      They also came in handy during the 10 ft of snow that fell on Boston. I never had to worry about cold or wet hands while digging out or commuting.

      Likely too much glove for spring conditions.

      Very, Very Dissappointed with Gloves

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

      I figured if I bought a glove called the "Ultimate Ski Glove" that is what I would get, but this is definately not the case. I decided after many years of using a Gates glove I'd spend a significant amount of money on the Marmot gloves and upgrade. Unfortunately, I switched back this past weekend to my old Gates gloves and my hands were warmer. The Marmot gloves are definately well made and sharp looking, they're just not warm and there is no where in the glove to add heater packs.
      Calling them the Ultimate Ski Glove is very misleading and the name should be changed. I would say the gloves are good down to 20 degrees and nothing lower.

      Just ski gloves

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

      I bought these for the frigid cold of the northeast and those zero degree days at Jay Peak. Tried them out this week in around 0-5F and wind. Happy I had hand-warmers in them. My fingers would have frozen. Even with the warmers I had to ball my fingers up often to defrost them. Guess I'm disappointed given their reputation. Maybe I should have gotten mittens.

      Are these really sold out in the on sale large ones? I just looked Friday and they were in stock, added them into my cart, and now I go to pay and there gone? Do you have any more LG in a discounted size? That's Frustrating....

      Trying to compare and decide between the Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove and the Marmot 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?

      The numbers are millimeters. A millimeter is smaller than a 1/16 of an inch. 10 mm to 1 centimeter, 2.54 cm to 1 inch. These are units in the Syteme Internationale (known as the Metric System), used by just about every country in the world except the United States. Strange that they flip to Imperial on the weight of the insulation.

      Roughly speaking, the Ultimate has 75% more insulation in it than does the Big Mountain, and thicker leather by about 0.2 mm. Not a lot of difference on the leather, but you'd be surprised how much difference that makes.

      That said, I haven't bought these gloves (yet).