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Marmot Randonnee Gloves

Don't let cold fingers keep you from having fun. With the Marmot Randonnee gloves on your hands you'll be warm and happy as you carve your way down a backcountry slope.
  • $100.00

Item # 834144

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  • Marmot MemBrain® waterproof, breathable fabric works together with Gore-Tex waterproof, breathable inserts to keep moisture from snow and rain out
  • Your fingers will stay toasty while you're backcountry touring thanks to the Thermal R polyester fiber insulation
  • DriClime® polyester tricot lining wicks moisture off your skin to keep your hands feeling dry
  • Articulated fingers allow great dexterity for handling ski poles and ice axes
  • Cinch the wrist straps to adjust the fit; pull the gauntlet closures snug to seal out cold air and snow
  • Marmot Randonnee gloves have soft fabric on the thumbs to give you a gentle place to wipe your cold nose
  • Slip the leashes around your wrists to ensure you don't lose a glove

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Marmot Randonnee Gloves

Specification Description
Best use Snowboarding, Downhill skiing
Palm material Leather
Fabric Nylon
Lining fabric Polyester
Waterproof Yes
Type of waterproofing Gore-Tex waterproof breathable insert
Insulated Yes
Insulation type Synthetic
Insulation Thermal R polyester fibers
Glove leash Yes
Gender Unisex
Glove type Full finger

Marmot Randonnee Gloves

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Rated 5out of5
by fromExtremely comfortable and warm Greta for skiing and other snow activities
Date published: 2013-02-23
Rated 5out of5
by fromAs good as gloves can get Bought these gloves on season close-out almost 10 yrs ago while doing some spring skiing out west. They're really warm so they only get used for Skiing, but they get out 15-20 days/yr. They've had hard use on ice, slush, snow and carrying skis but they've survived very well. My hands still stay warm and dry, even on the wet ski days. Living on the East Coast, we ski in rain sometimes :-( In fact, I'm hoping to get one more year out of them which would make 10 yrs! Not necessarily the last gloves you'll ever buy, but certainly better than most.
Date published: 2014-01-30
Rated 1out of5
by fromMy fingers are still cold I know others say they're nice and warm, but even when I'm active (snowshoeing), in 20-degree weather, my fingers stay cold. And it gets a lot colder than that here in Minnesota. I bought these as maximum-warmth gloves (replacing an old pair of Gordinis) for general use and outdoor sports. But they're not adequate even for shopping--I'm always aware of my cold fingers. A major disappointment, made even worse by the high pr-ce. I suggest that people considering these gloves do a broad check for reviews. Those I found were divided between enthusiasm and cold fingers.
Date published: 2014-02-01
Rated 5out of5
by fromThey Don't Come Any Better i got these gloves as a gift to replace my old ones and these gloves kept my hands incredibly warm all day/night on the mountain even when temperature dropped to 3 degrees
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 5out of5
by fromMarmot Gloves Gloves kept hands comfortably warm while hiking in Utah with temps. in the single digits. Didn't have to use hand warmers which was so nice. The gloves also covered my wrists and went over the cuff of my ski jacket, thus no skin was exposed.
Date published: 2013-01-30
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat glove, worth the extra money I just got these gloves, have only used once but love them. I noticed a big difference in the quaility, look and fit of these vs. some of the cheaper options, was worth the extra money and hope I have them for many years to come.
Date published: 2013-01-30
Rated 3out of5
by fromNot as good as I had hoped for These gloves are pretty decent in cold weather. They aren't near as good on a wet snow day on Mt. Hood though. I wore them for five hours during a 32-33 degree heavy snow storm and they became water logged. They never soaked through to my hands, so that was good, but the outer layers were so soaked that my hands were cold all day.
Date published: 2014-03-02

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