Marmot Connect Glove (Pair)

Item # MARQ0401M   |   Customer Rating: Read 3 reviews  |    Bookmark and Share

Reg. Price: $29.99

Sale Price: $19.95

You save $10.04 (33%)

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In Stock! Ships Thursday, September 18.

Key Features

  • Sold in pairs
  • Stretch fleece - Nylon face for durability
  • Touch screen compatible
  • TPU printed palm for enhanced grip

Specifications

Recommended Use: Cold-weather backpacking and general winter activities
Item Weight: 2 oz/pair (Large)
Type: Stretch Fleece Glove (Pair)
Material: 92% Polyester, 8% Elastane

Product Highlights

Utilizing stretch fleece fabric, the Marmot Connect Glove provides warmth and comfort for outdoor activities. A tactile palm is grip-friendly and a touch screen compatible index finger allows you to freely operate electronic devices without hassle.

Sold in pairs, the Marmot Connect Glove is available in multiple sizes.

Sizes available: Large, Medium, Small, XLarge

Marmot part numbers: 15550 Black L, 15550 Black M, 15550 Black S, 15550 Black XL

Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
Marmot Connect Glove (Pair)

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 3

Individual Customer Reviews:

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  • david g. sedona AZ
    6/6/2014

    Likes: good fit, good grip

    Dislikes: no complaints

  • Justin M. Chalfont PA
    1/14/2013

    Likes: These gloves are lightweight, have a snug fit, and a decent gripping surface. So far they have done will keeping my hands warm in cool weather (between 35-50 degrees).

    Dislikes: The fabric started to get fuzzy after just one wash, and the touch sensitivity seemed to decrease after a few weeks. My smartphone was initially very responsive while wearing these gloves, now it's a bit of a chore to get it to work.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    1/30/2012

    Likes: They work well with phone and ipod, and are relatively warm for as light as they are. The print on the palms helps add grip so as to not drop the devices.

    Dislikes: The stitches around the silver (what enables touch screen operation) on the right hand starting giving out after barely any use. I fixed it quickly with a needle and thread though and fine since.