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Marmot Glade Glove
212300 Features: Keep your hands warm by keeping them dry by adding in the waterproof and breathable MemBrain insert that sheds precip while allowing interior moisture to evaporate If your palms start to sweat, don't worry to DriClime 3-Dimensional lining pulls moisture away from your skin so that it can evaporate via the hydrophilic MemBrain insert Your digits stay toasty in the cushy, compressible Spirafil synthetic insulation that doesn't make your fingers bulky Grasp your poles with ease to GripTec reinforcements in the palm and Falcon Grip construction with articulated fingers and thumbs beef up this glove's dexterity Block out unwanted powder and cold drafts with gauntlet quickdraws Keep your gloves attached to your jacket or pant with the safety leash If it's really cold, stuff a heating packet inside the heater pocket For those extra cold days, take care of your frosty nose in comfort with the built-in nose wipe Specifications: Fabric: nylon Waterproofing: polyurethane coating Insulation: synthetic Palm material: synthetic Removable liner: no
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Great glovesDec 22, 2008
By H. Bell
Warm, warm, warm. Just skied -18degrees w/ windchill and my hands were toasty. Love them.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Good pair of glovesJan 13, 2012
By T. Kelley
Shoveled 3 times today with these and they kept my hands warm and dry. The inside of these gloves are smooth as silk and feel real nice. The downside I noticed is that the inside gets moist if you are working up a sweat and will need some time to dry after you take them off. I didn't even notice moisture until I was inside already so they will keep you toasty warm. There is a zipper pocket for those heat packs but I think that would just make your hands sweaty as hell.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Amazing.Dec 25, 2011
I used these gloves for a few summit attempts this winter. I went with someone with who had a lot more experience. By the end of the trip, he kept having to borrow my gloves because his couldnt stay warm in the cold and wet. The temperature was around 20 degrees and 5 degrees, actual temperature. The inside of the gloves are amazing and dont require liners at sll. The outside of the glove is incredible durable and survived several unattentive minutes with my dog. I absoluteoy recomend these gloves unless youre trying to summit Everest.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Good gloves down to about 5 degreesJan 30, 2012
By Jesse Rorabaugh
When I bought these gloves I found a tag in the box claiming they were good down to 5 degrees. Had I seen that, I may have chosen something else as I was planning to be out in temperatures down to -20(not including wind chill).
Instead, I decided to wear these gloves with Outdoor Research Men's PL 400 Gloves as liner gloves. This was perfectly reasonable at -10 degrees. My hands wouldn't be entirely warm, but I at least was not stressing about frost bite. At -20 I had to put a hand warmer into the little pouch. This was barely acceptable but I got by. Using this thick of liner gloves reduced my dexterity to what I would have had wearing mittens. Was I to do this trip to Fairbanks again I just would buy mittens.
While I thought these gloves were acceptable, my wife hated them. They were too bulky to fit into the pockets of her coat. So it was warmer for her to just wear her liner gloves and put her hands in her pocket. She hardly wore these gloves and complained quite a bit about them.
great glovesMay 17, 2013
By Mr. Fife
These things look and feel great. They held up like champs my first winter using them. I wore them in temperatures as low as 5 degrees and my hands stayed perfectly warm. I love how you can snap them together and hang them in your closet or from your belt etc.