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Marmot Spring Glove - Men's

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    For work or play.

    Whether you’re tearing down groomers or clearing your driveway after one of the last snows of the year, the Marmot Spring Glove has you covered. This heavy-duty glove is a versatile must when things start heating up but you know there are still a few storms yet to come. Constructed with Membrain technology, these gloves are waterproof and breathable. A three-dimensional wicking lining manages the moisture from your sweaty palms as you work, and the glove has been reinforced with leather in the most used areas to increase its durability whether you’re handling a snow shovel or your ski poles.

    • Lightweight gloves for spring snow fun
    • Waterproof Membrain is breathable and seals out moisture
    • Driclime 3-dimensional liner wicks away sweat
    • Leather knuckle reinforcement increases durability
    • Cuff tab adjusts fit to seal snow out
    • Nose wipe attached for comfort and convenience
    • Item #MAR01A2

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] stretch nylon, [knuckle reinforcement] leather, [lining] DriClime 3-Dimensional
    glove, undercuff
    Claimed Weight
    5oz (large)
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, casual
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    best touring glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Look no further for a touring glove. Great for the skin track, boot pack, and for winter climbing/mountaineering purposes; not warm enough for resort skiing or the downhill, but they are surprisingly warm for their weight. Leather is very durable and provides great grip on pole/ice axe. Back of glove even breathes decently. I have multiple pairs.

    Great gloves for ski touring.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Best gloves for ski touring I've found in 25 years of touring.

    I've tried them all - cheap hardware store leather to expensive tour specific models - they wear out in one season or they get soaked from sweat or snow.

    I've always toured with 2 pairs of gloves - a lightweight pair for the up and a warm pair for the down.

    These gloves have lasted 2 seasons. I stay warm and dry even when I'm sweating and it's snowing. I used them for a week in -0 F touring in the Selkirks and used them for the up and down.

    I just ordered a second pair - I'll save them for when my 2 year old pair wears out - so far no signs of wear.

    Great gloves for ski touring.