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Kananaskis Glove

5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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Why We Like The Marmot Kananaskis Glove

To protect our hands from cold, wet snow, we pull on the Marmot Kananaskis Glove. Made from durable, lightweight stretch nylon, we are provided with a comfortable and abrasion-resistant softshell glove that keeps us warm and protected. Its leather-reinforced palm with DriClime lining wicks away moisture, while the back of the hand features a high pile fleece lining to keep us comfortable.


  • Midweight softshell gloves for snowy mountain days
  • Reinforced leather palm and fingers add durability
  • DriClime palm lining wicks away moisture
  • Back-of-hand features pile fleece lining for warmth
  • Elastic wrist and gauntlet drawcord keep out snow
  • Item #MARZ9SJ
85% nylon, 15% elastane, [lining] DriClime, high-pile fleece
adjustable drawcord
Palm Grip
Claimed Weight
hiking, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing
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Overall Rating

5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

March 6, 2024

Great so far

Great fit and like the tightening cord. Good grip and insulation too.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 15, 2024

Good for moderately cold, dry conditions

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Wore this glove for ski touring in temps of about 20 to 40 degrees and dry conditions and it worked well for it's intended purpose. The softshell material blocks wind well, but not completely. It keeps hands warm in moderately cold conditions. The fingers have good dexterity so I could keep the gloves on and handle things like zippers, helmet buckle, taking climbing skins off and putting them on, etc. without needing to remove gloves. I will keep these in my backcountry ski kit along with a heavier, more waterproof pair of gloves to cover most conditions.


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