Specs

Main Material 100% Nylon WR 4.8 oz / yd, 100% Nylon WR 6.8 oz / yd
Reinforcement Material Polyurethane 0.7 mm
Lining Material DriClime® 3-Dimentional Wicking Lining
Insulation Material Thermal R
Glove insert Material MemBrain® Glove Insert

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's Glade Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Features of the Marmot Girls' Glade Glove Marmot MemBrain waterproof/breathable insert High loft fleece lining Thermal R Insulation Falcon grip Internal heater pocket

- Moosejaw

With Marmot's Girls Glade Glove, the advanced DriClime liner constantly pulls moisture away from little hands to reduce clamminess and chills. A MemBrain insert is waterproof and highly breathable, while high loft fleece lines the inside for pure comfort.

- Mountain Gear

DescriptionDon't let the pretty face (fabric) fool you; this is a serious glove with techy fabrics and warm insulation that can handle long days in very cold weather.FeaturesMarmot MemBrainA(R) Waterproof/Breathable InsertHigh Loft Fleece LiningThermal R InsulationFalcon GripInternal Heater PocketProduct DetailsMain materials100 Nylon WR 4.8 oz/yd 100 Nylon WR 6.8 oz/yd MemBrainA(R) 2L 100 Polyester Oxford Wisteria Print 3.6 oz/ydInsulationThermal RLiningDriClimeA(R) 3-Dimentional Wicking Liningreinforcement materialPolyurethane 0.7mmWeightMed. 0lbs 4.7oz (133.2g)Style number19490

- Massey's Outfitters

Make sure your little ripper stays warm while she builds epic snow castles in the backyard and skis laps at her local ski hill with the Marmot Girls' Glade Glove. Insulated with high-loft fleece and reinforced by Marmot's MemBrain waterproof lining, the Glade will keep cold hands from ruining a day of winter adventure. Marmot includes space to stash a hand warmer for extra cold days, along with a moisture-wicking liner to help the glove maintain a warm, dry interior from morning until cocoa break.

- Backcountry.com