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Marmot Randonnee Glove

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    Double down on waterproof breathable tech.

    Built to handle some of nature's nastiest conditions, the Marmot Randonee Glove features a Gore-Tex waterproof insert and waterproof, breathable Marmot MemBrain shell fabric. Doubling down on tech like that is even better than a double-dip at your favorite ice cream parlor, or perhaps a hearty double-scoop of untracked powder. Thermal R insulation keeps your paws as warm as hot fudge so you can stay on the slopes for longer, and you can clean your schnoz with the velvety soft nose wipe.

    • A weatherproof glove adored by skiers and guides
    • Gore-Tex glove insert is waterproof and breathable
    • Marmot MembBrain fabric lends additional protection
    • Thermal R insulation keeps your hands toasty warm
    • DriClime wicking lining provides breathability
    • Falcon Grip palms so you don't drop your phone
    • Nose wipe, safety leash, and wrist strap
    • Item #MAR00YT

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] MemBrain 2L (100% nylon), [lining] Dri-Clime
    Waterproofing
    Gore-Tex insert
    Insulation
    Thermal R
    Style
    glove
    Closure
    wrist strap
    Palm Grip
    yes, Falcon Grip
    Claimed Weight
    6.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing/snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Terrible gloves

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

    Purchased these for a climb to Mt Kilimanjaro. They were problematic for a number of reasons:
    1) no mobility. I could not grip my trekking poles while wearing these gloves--doing so would cause my fingers to cramp.
    2) not insulated enough. I was fighting frostbite while wearing these gloves
    3) too tight, which exacerbated #1 and #2 above. i was unable to fit handwarmers within the glove to deal with the poor insulation. ultimately I was stuck putting my gloved hand in my pocket, while holding a single trekking pole with my other hand, which I protected with a liner + handwarmer.

    Sorry to hear about your experience; I have to wonder if you got a size too small. I have owned at least 4 pairs of these gloves (I've lost count) and have never found anything even close for skiing and general mountaineering. I find these gloves very comfortable and usually warm enough. When they're new they are waterproof and I find my dexterity better than any other insulated glove I have ever tried. Above 14K feet in winter I do add a pair of silk liners as they are not warm enough for extreme cold.
    My only complaint with these gloves is that they are delicate -- they wear out after a season or two and the goretex liners fail after really hard use.
    I returned one worn-out pair to Marmot warranty and they replaced it with the leather

    My favorite ski gloves

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I originally purchased a pair of these 8 years ago and after some serious abuse, I decided to treat myself to a fresh pair. They are toasty warm for all but the coldest temps, fit well, go on and come off easily, and cinch nicely over jacket cuffs. The material on the inside is very nice on the skin and the gore tex has always kept me dry. I would definitely consider buying another pair when the time comes.

    My go to glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This glove is my number 1 go to for all my winter activities. For climbing the leather palm gives a great insulator to cold ice axes or ski poles and the large pulls for the cinches make them very easy to use. Of course the gore Tex performes great. For super cold conditions I do use a liner glove for extra warmth. The pic. is on mt. Borah in the Idaho sawtooths.

    My go to glove

    Fits small. Excellent midrange glove.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I go up a size with glove, normally I fit in the Large/XL and the XXL is still a little tight. They work well with temps in the mid-20 F range. The gusset is about right to keep the snow out if I tuck them under my jacket sleeve. I do cut off the outer buckle strap to gain room in the glove. I'm replacing another pair of Ranodonne which lasted 10 seasons