The Marmot Womens Warmest Mitt is a Primaloft insulated glove with a brushed fleece lining for warmth and comfort. This Mitt is designed for Women who have used general ski gloves and mitts in the past, but always had cold hands and now want something really, really warm.
For cold-prone fingers or frigid mid-winter days, the Warmest Mitt thwarts the cold with a MemBrain shell, a MemBrain lining and an ultra-warm, micro-brushed fleece lining. The Warmest Mitts have pockets on the back of the hands where you can insert little heater pads for extra warmth.
Marmot Womens Warmest Mitt Features
- Goatskin Leather Reinforcement
- DriClime lining
- Primaloft One insulation
- MemBrain Waterproof insert
- Zipper Heater Pocket
- Falcon Grip
- Gauntlet Quickdraw
- Nose Wipe
- Wrist Strap
- Safety Leash
- Specifically Cut and sized for women
Customer Reviews of Marmot Womens Warmest Mitt (Winter 18)
Toasty gloves but come up small- couldn't actually pull them up over my sleeves myself. Am now going to try the men's extra small.
BEWARE - check the gauntlets before you decide to keep!
This is a really well made, nice looking, warm (I think - haven't tested - keep reading) pair of mitts. BUT make sure you try them on with any jacket you are going to wear them with before you decide to keep. I ordered them online, tried them on for hand size and (yes - I know - stupidly) took the labels off. I then travelled on holiday and it wasn't until I was in a country where it was -25oC that I realised I could not get them either under or over any of the coats I had to wear (1 x down jacket, 1 x ski jacket, 1 x technical parka coat).
So - they were completely useless to me and I have had to give them away. I'm sure they're a great pair of gloves but really do think the gauntlets need looking at as I tried everything to be able to wear them (to stop my hands dropping off) and failed. Before you ask - I don't have abnormally large Popeye-style forearms or anything!
This is a lovely warm mitten.The sizes are on the slimmer side, but who wants a gaping mitten? I like that they are quite slim and not baggy, since they are also really super thick and warm.
They have a good wrist leash, which isn't elasticated and a little tricky to tighten on yourself, but then very secure. The elasticated cuff is easy to pull tight when the mittens are on.
My only criticism of these mittens is getting the damn things on! The first one is easy, but trying to pull the second one on with a thickly be-mittened hand is super tricky.This would be solved with some pull loops along the cuffs - which is what I'm planning on sewing onto mine.Skiing is nothing if not a sport with a lot of faff, and slowing everyone down while you struggle with your second mitten just doesn't need to be a thing.
Skied in sub -20 temps today and as long as my mittens were kept on, my hands were warm.