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Marmot Exum Guide Glove

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    5 Reviews


    Extreme conditions; all in a day's work.

    Marmot built the Exum Guide Gloves to excel in the nasty conditions that hardcore adventurers find while mountaineering, ice climbing, and skiing. Exum guides are some of the best in the world, and the philosophy behind designing these gloves was that those guides deserved the best gloves in the world. Marmot gave the Exum a snow-proof, waterproof, breathable MemBrain as well as durable, stretchy Falcon Grip for extra dexterity with ropes and gear. In addition, the layer of Thermal R insulation locks in your fingers' heat during legendary mid-winter ascents and descents, and the leather reinforcement keeps this glove in good shape despite daily mountain abuse.

    • MemBrain insert
    • Thermal R insulation
    • DriClime moisture wicking lining
    • Wrist-tightening elastic
    • Gauntlet drawcord
    • Carabiner loop
    • Flex Zone palm
    • Safety leash
    • Falcon Grip
    • Item #MAR007Z

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] MemBrain (2-layer nylon), [lining] DriClime, [reinforcement ] washable leather
    Thermal R
    MemBrain insert
    Cuff Style
    Claimed Weight
    [single] 7.34 oz
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing, mountaineering, skiing/snowboarding
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    great gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Well made, warm [at least they were for tele skiing in VT at about 10F] and seemingly true to size. I haven't had issues with the lining as some others have reported. The best quality seems to be warmth vs bulk. They are decidedly not bulky but warm enough for anything but continuous below zero...

    Good glove

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

    I've only used them once so far in early spring on Hood's Devil's Kitchen Headwall, but am looking forward to using them more this winter. It wasn't super cold, but these kept my hands warm. I felt my grip on the tools was confident and I had no problem manipulating ice screws and carabiners or clipping my rope. They seem sturdy and the leather should provide a decent life span while handling ropes.

    My only wish is that the gauntlet would be larger/longer for better coverage and protection when digging in snow.

    Decent glove which could be better

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

    Outer glove seems well made. Wrm glove- worked well for a mornings skiing at 5F with 20-30mph winds (gotta love skiing at Cannon Mt!) Sizing per the chart is accurate.

    However if the glove lining gets at all damp the lining pulls away from the shell when you take the gloves off, which makes it hard to get your fingers back in.

    Great gloves!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was out yesterday in 5 degree weather with windchill down to 15 below. Not a problem in these gloves! They are super warm! I love them because they are not too bulky. Time will tell how well they hold up, but my initial impressions are that they will not have any issues. I couldn't be happier with this purchase. $100 is a good deal for a pair of gloves that are this warm!

    These are a great pair of gloves.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I received these gloves as a gift to replace/update a previous pair of Marmot gloves that were looking a little rough after several Buffalo, NY winters. At first I was a bit worried that the Exum "small" was enough smaller than the previous "small" gloves that it would be a problem, but in fact it is not. Even though the gloves are very close fitting it does not impact the warmth and it definitely allows for greater dexterity. I was working outside today trying to address frozen downspout that couldn't handle the melt water from snow on a sunny south facing roof. After about 20 minutes hacking away at ice while water cascaded down around the pipe the outer shell of the gloves was soaked (to the point that when I stopped for a little while they began to freeze up) but the insides were still warm and dry. Quite a feat and certainly what you'd want if you were out in the wild even more than working on the side of your house.