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Marmot Exum Guide Undercuff Glove - Men's

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    A glove for spring skiing inbounds and ski touring anytime.

    When winter starts to play peek-a-boo—now you see it, now you don't—slip on the Marmot Exum Guide Undercuff Glove before heading outdoors. Designed for days when temps may vary considerably from morning to afternoon, the Exum delivers a touch of warmth on chilly mornings along with breathability and substantial wicking power for warmer afternoons or a brisk ascent up the skin track.

    • Stretch nylon fabric offers excellent mobility while washable leather in the palm offers serious durability and a sure grip
    • DriClime lining wicks away moisture and prevent clammy hands
    • Thermal R insulation keeps your hands warm and functioning on long, cold belays
    • Short cuff fits under jacket sleeve and locks down with hook-and-loop tab
    • Item #MAR2455

    Tech Specs

    [shell] nylon stretch, [reinforcements] leather, [lining] DriClime
    Removable Liner
    hook-and-loop cuff
    Claimed Weight
    4.87 oz
    Recommended Use
    spring skiing, touring
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Poor Quality...

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    1) leather quality is super thin.
    2) Stiching for Velcro wrist cinch is sloppy and after a few good tugs will likely come undone.
    3) cuff is too bulky to be a good undercuff, and too short and narrow to be an over cuff.
    4) Ordered The Scott Explorair Premimium GTX also, pay the $20 bucks more for a much better constructed and designed glove.

    decent glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    this is a decent glove. I find the materials, specifically the nylon (the sections that aren't leather) to have a somewhat cheap look and feel to them, but they seem to do the trick okay. I dislike the velcro stay on the top of my hand. This is different than Hestra and Black Diamond do some of their gloves, and I find the closure on the bottom of the wrist to work better for me. overall, it's a pretty good glove, but for the same price, you can likely do better.
    warning: they resized these for this year (2018). They call it an "improved fit", but what they mean is "smaller". I could make a XXL work last year, but they're built smaller this year. I won't be buying them again until they actually make an XXL that's an XXL. the XL in Black Diamond gloves I just bought actually has more room than these do...

    Good Gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 170lbs

    I have always had issues with my fingers getting cold, so I wasn't surprised when blowing snow in 10 degree,15-20 winds that even with these gloves that my fingers got cold. They are quality,well made gloves,am not disappointed that I purchased them, but I'm still on the pursuit of the perfect glove.

    Thinner than expected

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L

    I bought these as a gift and they are good looking gloves in general but a lot thinner than I expected. The insulation is definitely minimal so dexterity might be pretty good but these are not for cold days. Probably will be great for spring skiing or touring but I would say a glove liner is essential if you want to use them mid winter. Also the seams along the palm side of the fingers and fingertips are on the outside of the leather which is weird and looks really cheap. You would be better off with an leather insulated work glove from your local hardware store for $15 rather then spending the money on these.

    Love these!

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

    I have used these gloves for two or three seasons, they hold up well for leather gloves. I prefer a simple leather gloves and these seem to do the trick for me. I haven't had any issues with these wetting up too much even on heavy days. If the temps drop below 15 F, I would recommend a liner.

    The ski mountaineering glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large
    • Height: 6'
    • Weight: 170lbs

    This is the best glove i have used for ski mountaineering here in Colorado out of countless pairs. It has the right amount of warmth and breathes well as it has some softshell panels on the back of the hand. It provides excellent dexterity and the all leather palm is great for rappels. Its also a great looking glove. It is not waterproof but i dont want a waterproof glove while skinning as they dont breathe well.

    I do always carry a pair of mittens in my pack as this is not a very warm glove, but warm gloves become soggy cold gloves (just like waterproof ones)when used on the uphill. I don't find this to be a disadvantage and have always carried extra gloves anyway. The only reason I did not give 5 stars is the durability of the leather may not be the absolute best. I can see some discoloration in high use areas, but overall I think I have gotten my money's worth and if it tore to tatters at the end of the season I'd buy another pair anyway.

    Not a fan of marmot

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

    Last year I ordered these in size large. I was unable to find these specific gloves in store but it was obvious I was size large. Ordered these, And they are way to small. In fact i ended up giving them to my roomate because halfway through a day of skiing my hands would go numb for the constriction of the glove. The hilarious thing is I love my ski pants from marmot, but those I had to size down. So gloves, size up, other clothes, size down.

    fantastic gloves light weight and warm.

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

    great glove for mid-level jobs. the velcro mid strap forces the
    gloves to remain tight on the hand. very comfortable.

    Awesome until stitching ripped.

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

    I had heard fantastic things, and these gloves were awesome for 2 days- I wore them in heavy rain practicing rescue methods (ropes/hauling); they soaked through, but nothing stayed dry that weekend. Despite that, they fit well, kept my hands warm (which never happens), and allowed me to manipulate ropes and biners easily. After drying them out for a few days, I took them to climb Mt Hood, and half way up the mountain realized that the stitching was tearing out of the fingers- and my hands were freezing as a result. I returned them immediately. FYI.

    Awesome until stitching ripped.

    Mixed feelings

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

    I want to love these gloves, because the fit is awesome, the quality is great, and they look pretty badass. However, they're just too cold for me to wear on all but warm, sunny, spring-like days.

    Anything under about 30 degrees, especially if there's wind/precip involved, and my hands absolutely freeze. Even skinning along at a rigorous pace, my hands just don't stay warm. I can't imagine standing around and belaying someone in these.

    I'll admit that my hands run cold, so not everyone might have the same problem with these. But I just can't give them a higher rating since there's very few days that are warm enough for these to be useful to me, and they're pretty pricey as a spring warm-weather glove. I guess it's back to my trusty Kinco 901s!

    Marmot on.

      Dexterity, comfort, and style reign. I like these gloves a lot. They are not exactly meant for wicked cold days, but i do enjoy the surprising amount of waterproofness. Yes, that's a word. Maybe. Anyways, the warranty sold me after comparison.

      Great Low Profile Glove

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

      I got these to use instead of some other bulkier gloves I have and because I figured they'd be a little cooler on warmer days. They are not as warm as my bulkier gloves, which is what I wanted, but they are still pretty dang warm. I sweated out in them one day and had to be very careful taking them off so I didn't pull the inner layer out. But I really like the fit and the dexterity of them

      Best Ice Climbing Gloves!

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

      I have finally found my leading gloves! The problem was always fit - I am between a S and M. I have meaty mitts but short fingers, especially the thumb - and as my fellow ice climbers know, extra material in the tips make gloves useless for clipping.

      But these in a S fit absolutely perfectly! They are snug without cutting off circulation, with no excess material. I was skeptical about the exposed stitching, but it actually gives amazing dexterity, even with the smallest biners. Working with alpine draws one-handed is easy.

      I have climbed in them in temps ranging from single digits through high 20s, including very wet pitches. They have kept me completely comfortable at all times while moving. I do not belay or rappel in them.

      I personally prefer a gauntlet for drippy climbs, but if you spend a few moments dialing in your jacket cuff fit you will be fine.

      They keys with gloves are fit and function, and these - for me - are absolutely perfect.