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Marmot Power Stretch Glove - Men's

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Stretchy, lightweight warmth for cold-weather activities.

Slip on the Marmot Men's Power Stretch Glove for running or cross-country skiing, or layer a waterproof shell over it for snowy ski sessions. The Polartec Power Stretch fabric provides four-way stretch and breathes; the outer layer resists wind and the inner layer feels smooth and pulls moisture away from your hand quickly. Marmot equipped the glove with Grip Zone fingertips for extra dexterity and a reinforced palm for durability.

  • Polartec Power Stretch fabric
  • Free-flow stretch fit
  • Grip Zone finger tips
  • Item #MAR2990

Tech Specs

Material
Polartec Power Stretch (91% polyester, 9% elastane)
Claimed Weight
[size L] 1.6 oz
Recommended Use
cold-weather aerobic activities
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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Great construction. Heavier than a liner

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I was in the market for liners, and these are a tad too bulky to fit under a glove, but not a shell. Great construction. The added weight does well to keep hands warm on a quick trail blitz in 30 degree weather. Seem fairly durable. The pads on the fingertips are not touch pad capable, fyi, or at least don't work on my AppleWatch. I would say they run small. A medium is too tight for my average sized hands, so I donated them to my son's growing collection of cool gear I didn't manage to size properly for myself. Definitely worth the money. And seem as though they would last several seasons.

These are awesome for what's intended...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these as liners. I have a pair of Marmot basic work leathers that are awesome for skiing! Those combined with the liner for warmth, with the outer leather for durability, and you have a combination unmatched by other gloves on the market.

I'm surprised more people don't adopt this "ski coach" set-up, as it proves itself time and time again. Not to mention, it's far cheaper to have two pairs of gloves versus one really nice pair of ski gloves, that surely become worn down faster over-time.

Take it from me and buy two pairs of gloves!

These liners for the inside layer, and leather work gloves as the outer (with a solid weatherizing treatment). Best in the business!
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