Marmot Midweight Baselayer Glove

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Weight 0.88 oz 24.9 g
Main Material Polartec®Power Dry® 96% Polyester (29% Cocona®), 4% Elastane Midweight 4.2 oz / yd

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The women's Warmest Mitt by Marmot is the ultimate in protection from the frigid cold for your hands. Made with a Gore-Tex inner lining that provides durability, waterproofness, and breathability making them ideal for more intense activity in cool and cold conditions. A Primaloft microfiber insulation is incredibly soft, lightweight and water resistant, providing warmth even when it gets wet. The Warmest Mitt insulates your hands and protects them from wet snow and water, while you shred, ski, or even that random, yet fun snowball fight.

- RockCreek

Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) fabric features Cocona(R) technology to deliver all-natural anti-microbial performance. 3-dimensional moisture wicking means you'll never suffer with clammy hands again. Wear this under your favorite gloves or mittens and you'll be immune to winter's chill. These make a great baselayer for skiing or boarding on the coldest of days.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Marmot's Midweight Baselayer Glove uses Polartec Power Dry fabric features Cocona technology to deliver all-natural anti-microbial performance, 3-dimensional moisture wicking.


Marmot Midweight Baselayer Glove DECENT FEATURES of the Marmot Midweight Baselayer Glove Polartec Power Dry with Cocona Performance Technology 3-Dimensional Wicking Natural Antiodor Management The SPECS Weight: 0.88 oz / 24.9 g Material: PolartecPower Dry 96% Polyester (29% Cocona), 4% Elastane Midweight 4.2 oz/yd PolartecPower Dry 96% Polyester (29% Cocona), 4% Elastane Midweight 4.2 oz/yd

- Moosejaw

Marmot Midweight Baselayer Glove


The Marmot Midweight Baselayer Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 27, 2014 at RockCreek.

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