Marmot DriClime Gloves


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Excellent as a winter baselayer, the ultra-light, moisture-wicking Marmot DriClime Glove also makes a terrific cool weather glove. Water and wind resistant, with a durably reinforced palm for all-mountain versatility.


  • 100% Nylon DWR 2.3 oz/yd
  • Water and Wind Resistant Stretch Shell Fabric
  • PU Reinforced Palm
  • DriClime® Bi-Component Wicking Lining
  • Packable
  • Weight: Lg. 0lb 2oz (57g)

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Review Summary

4 out of 4

2 Reviews

  • Performance: 2
  • Build quality: 1
  • Ease of use: 1
  • Lasts forever: 1

  • Bad design: 1
  • design could be better: 1
Durability: 4.5 / 5
Quality: 4.5 / 5
Comfort: 3.5 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5

2 Ratings & Reviews

Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5

High Quality, Funky tips
December 17, 2012

Just like most Marmot products, the quality and craftsmanship is evident. They keep my hands warm as expected and perform their primary function, to keep my hands warm. The only drawback is that at the fingertips, they are a bit large and cumbersome to work with. The feel of the fabric, the quality craftsmanship outweigh the cons of the large fingertips.

Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Bad design
Comfort: 3 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5

from Billings, Montana
35-44 yrs

The Usual Suspects
March 31, 2011

Well, if you own or otherwise have used the Marmot DriClime windshirts, then you are intimately familiar with the material with which Marmot makes these gloves - it is exactly the same. A couple years ago I purchased some Marmot Polartec Windblock gloves in size Large and figured I'd give these a try in Large also. The size Large works at least in the sense that Mediums would be too restrictive and XLs would have way too much room. Still, the fit on all the fingers is pretty "fat" and loose and some additional functionality would be added if the wrist section was just a tad bit longer. Overall though, nice gloves and they'll be the ones I take to Ireland with me in a few weeks to keep my hands warm in periodic rain and while biking and walking along the perpetually wind-swept coastline. They will perform just as the DriClime windshirts do (great wind blocking, pretty good DWR treatment, and really excellent wicking). Can't give 'em 5 stars because the fit is just a bit funky. And FYI - I don't know the reason for the sizing difference, but I also own the Marmot Precip Shell Gloves. In the Precip gloves, size Medium is perfect and size Large would be way too big. Hope this helps.

Pros: Performance, Cons: design could be better

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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.

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