The Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove is a classic leather reinforced long gauntlet ski glove. Waterproofing is handled by an outer fabric of Marmot Membrain and a Gore-Tex insert, these provide excellent breathability as well as extreme weatherproofing. The DriClime lining is fast wicking transporting moisture from your hands to the outer of the glove helping to keep you dry.
Insulated with Primaloft Gold Insulation the Ultimate Ski Gloves remain low bulk and still provide excellent levels of insulation even when wet, keeping your hands toasty on the coolest of alpine mornings. Additional features such as the wrist strap, gauntlet drawcord and carabiner loop make this glove tough and reliable and truly able to live up to its name.
Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove Features
- Gore-Tex waterproof/breathable glove insert
- Marmot MemBrain, waterproof/breathable fabric
- Wrist strap & gauntlet drawcord
- Primaloft Gold insulation
- Carabiner loop
- DriClime bi-component wicking lining
- Safety leash
- Black / Tan
Marmot Glove Sizing
Palm Circumference: Measure around the fullest part of the hand; around the knuckles and excluding the thumb.
Your Body Measurements in Inches:
|Small||7 - 7.5"|
|Medium||7.5 - 8.5"|
|Large||9 - 9.5"|
|XL||10 - 10.5"|
Customer Reviews of Marmot Ultimate Ski Glove (Winter 18)
Gloves arrived. First day skiing, hands so warm it was almost uncomfortable. Incredibly well thought out design; drawstrings perfectly placed and easy to manipulate. Then I dropped straight into a -25C day of knee-deep powder. Warm hands. With my skis over my shoulder for the walk out, as I put them down, I sandwiched glove between edges as the skis slid onto the snow. Oh no, I thought, that'll have ripped 'em. But no, literally not even a mark on the ridiculously sturdy leather palms. I've not had these gloves for long but having used them in the high French Alps for more than a week, I can assure you they live up to their name. They are the ultimate. Oh yeah, and they look dead cool. Which, let's face it, does count too. I'll try to remember to do a followup at the end of the season.