Charles P.wrote a review of Marmot Exum Work Glove on April 15, 2010
These are good gloves for their task: durable, dexterous gloves for working in cold weather. I use them for spring and summer mountaineering, as the leather hold up well to working with ropes. The gloves have most of the normal features of a top-level glove. They are generally waterproof, they have gauntlet drawstrings, and idiot cords. They also have a nice nose wipe on the thumb.
The most important feature they are missing is that the liner is not removable. What the glove really is, as far as I can tell, is a 3-layer system with a leather shell, a fleece liner, and Marmot's MemBrain in between the two, which is what provides the waterproofing.
Also, these gloves run a tad small, which is good for work gloves, since you need your fingers not to have a lot of extra room, thus hurting your dexterity. If you are looking for a glove to ski in, I would pick something else, but if you will be working with your hands outside, these are great.