Marmot Sizing Chart
Care Instructions Marmot does not recommend dry cleaning for any of our products. Gore-Tex® fabric products, MemBrain® fabric products, down insulated products, and fleece are all machine washable. Follow the care instructions.close
4.5 out of 5
Good Work Gloves
September 22, 2010
A little pricey for leather work gloves, but very happy with overall quality. The gloves fit as well as any I have ever purchased and are super comfortable.Pros: Build quality, Cons: Cost
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Marmot Work Glove
October 01, 2010
Very lightweight but heavier than a Carhart Work Glove. Tight when new but expecting them to stretch out. Good for work travel in Spring/Fall but not considering to use it as a ski glove.Pros: Great design, Build quality
Great work glove
October 06, 2011
These are excellent work gloves. They aren't for extremely cold weather but the soft interior provides warmth against the chill - especially while working. Well worth the price.Pros: Build quality, Performance, comfort
Good quality basic work glove
October 30, 2009
These are called work gloves and that's exactly what you should expect. They have a nice, soft but thin lining, otherwise they are just like the leather work gloves you'd find in the isle at your local hardware store. Branded Marmot of course, so they are much cooler. Sizes run small, suggest going up at least one size.
Great for around town and warmer days on the mountain
May 05, 2009
I use these gloves primarily for what they are meant for, work. Great for shoveling snow and doing cold weather work around the house. The liner does a great job of keeping my hands warm and dry. They are also nice enough to wear into town. I have worn them skiing a few times, though only on warmer days. The short length of the glove is not very effective for keeping snow and wind out. Overall, a great durable glove.
October 22, 2009
I originally ordered a size small per the size chart but it was way too tight, exchanged for a medium which seems fine, although the fingers are a bit long I think it will be fine for the occassional Zodiac trip in the Arctic. A bit bulky but that is to be expected, not expecting to do photography in these. Very soft and comfortable and great looking! And warm and waterproof. Can't wait to put them to the test.
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The basics done well
January 27, 2009
The Work Glove is just that - simple, seemingly durable (only had them a couple of weeks), and looks like you could be stringing barbed wire or chopping wood at any moment. Fleecy lining keeps my hands surprisingly warm for such a thin glove, while dexterity with this glove is better than any other "work" glove I've worn. The only downside is that the cuff is fairly short and doesn't cinch down, so it sometimes rolls up a bit, exposing the wrist. Not much of a complaint for a glove that I expect to last multiple seasons.
October 15, 2010
They are super nice. I can't wait to wear them again. The sizing runs small.Pros: Build quality, Ease of use
Great glove, warm, soft, looks good.
January 08, 2009
I just used these gloves for all-purpose hand warming while traveling through Montana and Yellowstone. They are very comfortable, warm, water resistant, and soften nicely with use. Only complaint is that they are already starting to show wear and tear on the finger tips.
Really Nice Work Gloves
December 29, 2009
Great and warm, good for the outdoor winter work and the weather is soft.
Black, Dark Brown and Tan.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl, xxl.