Marmot Men's Basic Work Gloves
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- DriClime® Bi-Component Wicking Lining
- Falcon Grip
- DriClimeÂ® Bi-Component Wicking Lining
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Anything but basic, Marmots version is designed with a DriClime bi-component wicking liner and falcon grip.
Traditional all leather glove, lined with DriClime® for additional comfort.
MARMOT – THE COMPANY
Marmot was born in a former grocery store in Grand Junction, Colorado USA in the spring of 1974, opening as a rental and retail shop under the name of Marmot Mountain Works. Our original gear was targeted at climbers and mountaineers that needed products for real world use that they could depend on.
From small beginnings 37 years ago, we have grown and expanded our line to encompass multiple product categories, and are now distributed in more than 30 countries worldwide. Our goal is still to design product that is authentic, innovative and technical.
In every area of business practice we engage in, we passionately seek the highest level of quality, performance, sustainability and value.
We craft professional quality outdoor gear, born from the experience of working mountain guides and instructors.
Inspired by the alpinist spirit of adventure to search and achieve in a harsh world, our products are simple, appropriate, dependable and damn good looking.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Ok, they call them work gloves which makes you think of something like a thick leather gardening glove but the leather of these gloves is far more supple, almost of dress glove feel. They have a synthetic liner that has a slight velvet feel to it, otherwise they seem to have no additional insulation or membranes.
I've got the black gloves which have a slight crinkly look to the leather.
I've used these gloves all winter (other than for skiing) for dog walks in the morning over the hills (no wear unlike the synthetic gloves I wore last year) and my daily commute as I walk along the river to work. They seem to have kept my hands warm through rain and snow and don't get sweaty like my Gordini ski gloves.
Shape and size
The gloves are hand only with only a short skirt over the wrist area so if it is really cold you probably want sleeves with a thumb hole to keep your wrists warm. However, the fit of these gloves for me was superb, easy on and off and a slight curved shape.
My favourite thing about these gloves (other than the quality of the leather) is their compressibility. While these are warm and solid leather gloves, with the lack of a thick liner they fold small and will stash into jacket, coat or cargo trouser pockets with ease.
Just bought my second pair as I've lost one of the gloves... grr. Writing this review has made me realise what a good glove they are so I'm going to buy another pair now (Amazon have a 25% off Easter offer).
Not too grippy. I'm not sure whether to keep them for best as they are nice or get down and dirty cutting timber, chopping logs or putting up scaffolding. I think it will be years before I wreck these and have to buy more.
Other reviewers have commented that they're a little short in the cuff, yes they are short but then they're not designed for cycling Tec where you need an extended cuff. These are fine to tuck under sleeves.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good quality and nearly too good for maintenance and garden workPublished 15 months ago by philip houghton
OK for winter walk ins etc, but not that warm, probably better as a spring glove.Published 17 months ago by C. Hammick
poor fitment as also the stitches are quite annoying!
Definitely not an option for riding a moto