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Marmot Basic Ski Glove - Men's

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    2 Reviews


    Back to basics.

    Marmot's Basic Ski Glove is the only glove you need for a season at the ski resort. Its leather protects you from water and wind while Thermal R insulation keeps your mitts nice and toasty. Marmot also added a DriClime lining to wick moisture when your palms get sweaty.

    • Washable leather
    • Thermal R insulation
    • DriClime lining
    • Falcon grip
    • Undercuff
    • Item #MAR008B

    Tech Specs

    washable leather, [lining] DriClime
    Thermal R
    Cuff Style
    Claimed Weight
    7.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Solid glove for the dough

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

    I bought this for my brother as a gift. He is not an avid skier, but wanted a beefier glove than just your average winter glove. These fit the bill. I would recommend ponying up a little more cash if you plan on hitting the slopes for long days or a weekend sleeping in your van on the mountain.

    Nice fit on the hand, doesn't feel sloppy/loose.

    Great in below freezing temps

      I bought these gloves mainly for hiking. First time I tried them, I noticed that fit perfectly in my hands and really keep them warm from windchills or even frostbites. I highly reconnend these gloves for outside play, hikings to freezing places such as mountains and below zero windchills.