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If you are looking for the workhorse of gloves, the Marmot Work Glove is the beast that can tame the elements.

The ever popular, multi-function Marmot Work Glove thrives on the slopes and in the backcountry. The proven performance and reliability of the Work Glove comes from heavy duty WR Leather with stretchy, breathable but waterproof MemBrain fabric on the back and anefil bonded thread on the palm patch for added durability. DriClime lining keeps hands dry, while PrimaLoft One insulation keeps them toasty warm with minimal bulk.

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5 5

these gloves rule!

My hands tend to run cold, and I'd sworn off gloves for that reason. However, I picked up a pair of these and couldn't be happier! They're really warm and super dexterous, which is a nice change from the bulky mittens I normally wear. I actually found my hands sweating in these! Not to worry, they're super breathable, alowing moisture to escape and keeping my hands happy. Construction seems bomber, which is important to me, I expect to have these for years. And they look cool too- always important!

4 5

Marmot work Glove

Great leather palms waterproofed em and they are water tight and warm, I have average size hands and ordered a medium, and they ran a bit small, I would consider fitting em at the store before purchase. The therma loft tends to bunch up in the fingers which can be hard to get on with sweaty hands.

3 5

Only alright

These gloves weren't that warm. Decent quality, but if you're looking for warmth, look elsewhere.

2 5

Stiching came out 2nd day

The stiching came out in the pinkey finger on the inside insulation, now my finger goes straight through to the leather. Seems like an isolated defect other revies are great.

2 5

Not tough enough for work.

These gloves blew-out on me the first or second time I wore them. My $20 gloves from the local ranch supply store are just as warm and far tougher. I bought the Marmot gloves because I was looking for something warmer to ski in on very cold days, in single digit conditions my digits hurt.

5 5

These Gloves Rule

I have used these gloves for two months now. They have stood up to the coldest temperatures always keeping my hands warm. Also, my hands never get wet. I use them skiing at Snowbird 5 days a week and they are bomber

5 5

Lives Up To The Hype

Several friends recommended this glove to me, and I have to say it has absolutely lived up to the hype. The sizing runs a bit small, so for my small hands, the Small was a perfect fit. Plenty warm for cold days, and they are soft soft from day 1. I may buy another pair just to have as a backup!

5 5

work gloves

These are great gloves - fit snugly so I can still use my fingers. I use them when working in the barn. Also for blowing snow. Would highly recommend.

3 5

Marmot work Glove

Good for warmth on most days. Good dexterity. Not waterproof at all. If you handle snow for more than a minute or so the entire leather part of the glove becomes soaked, and your hands freeze.

5 5

Great Gloves

Just started duct taping some of the fingers towards the end of their second season, 80+ days of boarding and backcountry climbing, warm and dry with good dexterity.

5 5

took on NZ and won

I just got back from doing the Keplar track on the south Island of New Zealand. In wet, rain, snow and wind (60-70 mph @ the summit) the gloves worked great. Looked forward to many years of service.

5 5

Marmot Gloves - The dog loves 'em

My Marmot Work Gloves have allowed me to vastly increase winter outdoor activities with Nicky (Gordon/Springer Mix) here in New England. Best gloves I've ever owned, hands down (with gloves on).

4 5

bomber glove

This glove has bomber construction, and is not going to fall apart on you.

Obviously, it is not totally waterproof, and doesn't have a full gauntlet. Even so, my hands stay remarkably warm and dry on full-on Sierra wet storm days.

In anything short of full storm, these are perfect.

5 5

Great glove!

This is a great glove. Plenty warm and comfortable. I used it in the Utah mountains in plenty of snow and was always warm and the glove stayed dry inside. I highly recommend it.

5 5

marmot work gloves

My husband loves these gloves! They are rugged, warm and in the all black, they even look great!

5 5

Marmot Work Glove does the job!

Living in AZ people often ask, "isn't it hot?". That's when I point out that I live in Flagstaff, at an elevation of 7000' and snowy winters. The Marmot Work Glove keeps my hands warm and dry, whether it's shoveling snow, or skiing at the Arizona Snowbowl. I highly recommend this glove!

5 5

Marmot Work Glove

I would highly recommend these gloves! They have a super tough reinforced leather palm, they fit very well, have good dexterity, and keep my hands warm into the low teens...did I mention waterproof and breathable? Great for downhill or backcountry skiing, cold weather hiking, and winter camping. Truly a well made, warm, tough and functional winter glove!