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Marmot Amphibian Glove

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Look! I'm a gecko!! Like em a lot for mix climbing…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Price Paid: 90$ can

Look! I'm a gecko!!

Like em a lot for mix climbing when it's not too cold though. They stick well to almost anything except cash. At 90 buck for a pair you'll have to bring money and the feeling to part with it to get em.

Compared to the gloves they replaced, the Alpinist Tool gloves, they're better in most respects except warmth. The old ones seemed hotter in my head. The rubber on the end of the fingers helps em stay dry but will take feeling away a bit.

The waterproof insert is also pretty good when you're climbing waterfall ice that drips. The wrist closure was good when I went leashless and in the whole the gloves perform very well for what their made for: Climbing in not too cold winter-temps. 

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Marmot Amphibian Glove

MSRP:
$75.00

The Marmot Amphibian Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 31, 2014 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

If you're looking for a new soft shell glove/mitten, check out the best reviewed current models.

Specs

Weight 6.8 oz 192.8 g
Main Material 00% Polyester Superfabric 10.2 oz/yd, Softshell WPB 100% Nylon Plain Weave 7.7 oz/yd
Reinforcement Material Pittards® Oiltack Goatskin Leather
Lining Material DriClime® 3-Dimentional Wicking Lining