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Marmot On-Piste Glove

Item # MARQ2117M   |   Customer Rating: Read 1 review  |    Bookmark and Share

Price: $44.95

In Stock! Ships Friday, December 19.

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Key Features

  • Marmot MemBrain waterproof/breathable insert
  • Thermal R insulation
  • Wrist tightening elastic and gauntlet drawcord to keep snow out
  • Falcon grip
  • Nose wipe

Product Highlights

Lightweight, insulated and grip-friendly, the Marmot On-Piste Glove is ideal for spring skiing, snowshoeing or winter backpacking and provides reliable warmth and weather protection without hindering dexterity.

The nylon shell combined with Marmot’s waterproof/breathable Membrain insert offer durable weather protection and the synthetic Thermal R insulation and DriClime wicking liner keeps hands warm and dry. Reinforced with GripTec and using Marmot’s Falcon Grip design, the palm of the On-Piste Glove has increased durability for all day wear and offers a solid grip on poles in cold and wet conditions.

Other features of the On-Piste Glove are elastic at the wrist and a gauntlet with drawcord closure seal out wet snow, soft nose wipe at the back of the thumb and a pairing clip to keep the gloves together when not in use.

Sold in pairs, the Marmot On-Piste Glove is available in a variety of sizes.

Styles available: Large, Medium, Small, XLarge

Marmot part numbers: 16340-001-LG, 16340-001-MD, 16340-001-SM, 16340-001-XL

Product Reviews

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Marmot On-Piste Glove

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Number of reviews: 1

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    Likes: The lining on this glove is super soft. The warmth of this glove is very good. Although my hands can get cold very fast, I shoveled snow in 30 degree weather for 30 minutes and my hands stayed warm. The griptech design on the palm works well too for hiking purposes and even gripping the steering wheel on my car. However, if you are looking for a glove that allows you to turn radio knobs this is not the glove for you. If that is what you want then a power stretch glove would be the way to go but those types of gloves are not going to keep your hands warm even if in a car.

    Dislikes: Nothing so far.