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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable! Have bought a couple pairs of these over the years for work around the house and farm and haven't found anything that compares for cold weather. Believe me, I've tried and worn out a lot of gloves between tractor work, logging, snow blowing, splitting wood and brush clearing. I normally only use pig skin designs and go through several pair a year. I really like the fact that they are lightly lined, but find that they do run small - I'm average sized at 5'10" and 175#, but need the XL gloves. I'm usually a large in other products. They are a bit too warm for the summer work, but great for the other three seasons in New England
Date published: 2015-04-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great looking, not for real work... I own many Marmot products. I have a backpacking tent and a down sleeping bag as well as many shirts. I have always thought they were great. These gloves however do not fit in that category. I purchased these glove thinking they would be great for carrying in wood and shoveling snow here in Northern Michigan. The gloves are great looking and fit my hands. I wear XL so fit can always be an issue. They are far warmer than I had anticipated. The problem for me is durability. After one month of use the stitching on the finger tips started to come apart.
Date published: 2016-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gloves These are the best lined leather glove I've ever used. The way the finger panels are designed allow you to be able to actually use your finger tips. I usually wear a Medium, and tried them first. I returned them for a set of smalls that fit great after just a bit of stretch. The finger tips fit tightly enough that I can open the cowling latches on my cargo airplane, and operate all the switches for startup and radios. Riding my bicycle in the 30 degree range however is too much. They are just a lined leather glove, not a high loft insulated ski glove. So don't expect them to be as warm as a ski glove. They are great for winter driving, flying and general outdoor work as the name suggests.
Date published: 2011-11-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wore too quickly Bought gloves to use while bushwhacking. I'm used to wearing gloves out, but these gloves did not last very long (holes in finger tips) - lasted much less than even relatively un-tough deerskin gloves I've bought in a hardware store. I was willing to pay more for these gloves assuming they would last longer, but that proved to be not the case.
Date published: 2012-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its no secret that ice Its no secret that ice climbers across the country rely on a certain well-known brand of industrial leather work gloves. The system works well - you buy a few pairs and a can of snow seal. When your first pair wets out, you stuff them in your parka and take out the next. Here, Marmot has managed to take a good system and make it great. The Basic Work Glove has a much higher-performance and dexterous fit than its industrial counterpart. With liberal application of snow sealant, I've found them to be incredibly durable - I took two pairs through an entire season of New England ice and mixed, including some mixed hand jamming and face climbing, and they show no signs of wearing out. Some folks will prefer a high performance, higher cost glove, but for those of us who preach the "cheap gloves, many pairs" approach the Basic Work Glove is fantastic. I would buy more, but mine still haven't worn out...
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfy and Sturdy My wife bought me a pair of these gloves for my Birthday in November and they quickly became my "go to" winter driving gloves and around-town activities. They are not warm enough for skiing or true winter sports, but they are great for walking the dog and brushing the snow off the car. Their leather construction would tempt you to use them as work gloves, but at the purchase price to replace them, I would avoid beating on them too hard. I loved them so much that I recently used my member dividend to buy a second pair to leave in the car next winter. Awesome gloves!
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Gloves The gloves fit well and serve their purpose. It's a good glove for the price. I live in Chicago and bought them after I lost a heavier duty leather glove, that was about three times the price. I wanted something cheaper and less bulky for performing tasks such as taking your keys out you pocket and unlocking a door in cold weather. I would recommend for weather 20F and above, although I've worn the gloves in 10 to 0 F and the hands get cold.
Date published: 2013-02-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poorly fitted and low quality material These gloves are not good, they appear to be a synthetic material or a poorly tanned leather. They are very slippery and poorly fitted. The material is stiff and does not feel like it will break-in well. I suspect they are made in a factory somewhere and private labeled with the marmot brand. I go through 3-5 pairs of work gloves a year and I wear my insulated work gloves for work and play. You are better off buying a pair of cow leather from the hardware store for 18 clams.
Date published: 2016-01-12
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