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Marmot Randonnee Glove - Men's

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    Dexterous warmth.

    Add some dexterity to your day on the slopes with the Marmot Randonnee Glove. The MemBrain 2-layer fabric with a Gore-Tex insert excludes moisture from the party, and the Thermal R retains its insulating properties even if you accidentally scooped snow into your glove when you dove for the fruit snack your buddy dropped. The glove also features a Marmot's Falcon Grip fit for ergonomic comfort, and the drawcord makes it easy to take this glove on and off. A reinforced leather palm helps you keep hold of your poles, and the attached safety leash helps the gloves keep hold of you.

    • Dexterous gloves for all-day skiing
    • Gore-Tex Insert assures waterproof, breathable protection
    • Thermal R insulation to protect your fingers from the cold
    • DriClime 3-Dimensional wicking lining pulls moisture away from your skin
    • Item #MAR019X

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] 100% nylon, [lining] DriClime 3-Dimensional Wicking Lining
    [membrane/laminate] MemBrain (2-layer), [insert] Gore-Tex
    Thermal R
    glove, gauntlet
    drawcord, wrist strap
    Palm Grip
    Digital Hairsheep Leather
    Recommended Use
    all mountain riding, all mountain skiing, freeride/powder riding, freeride/powder skiing, freestyle and park riding, freestyle and park skiing
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    Great fit and warmth - quality poor

      I've had 3 pair of Randonee gloves over the years, the first 2 were warranty returns. Marmot gloves were notorious for seam splitting, but my most recent pair (quite old at this point) held up fairly well. They are starting to fail, finally, and guess where: the seams. Over the years I've had better experience with the quality of BD gloves and the Randonee gloves are a big part of the reason I never buy anything with the "Marmot" brand on it.