Weight 1.6 oz 45.4 g
Main Material Polartec® Power Stretch® 91% Polyester, 9% Elastane 5.9 oz / yd

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's Men's Power Stretch Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Marmot Power Stretch Glove FEATURES of the Marmot Power Stretch Glove 3-Dimensional wicking Free-Flow Stretch Fit Grip Zone Finger tips

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Whenever you're chilled to the bones of your hand, Marmot's Power Stretch Gloves will be there to act as a toasty insulating liner, and whenever the days are a bit more mild, simply wear em' around town for a clean and impressively warm addition. PolartecPower Stretch material promotes mobility and prevents wind from ruining the day, leaving your hands free to do as they please without any sort of cold irritation. PRODUCT FEATURES: 3-Dimensional Wicking Free-Flow Stretch Fit Grip Zone Finger Tips Main Materials: PolartecPower Stretch 91% Polyester, 9% Elastane 5.9 oz/yd Weight: Lg. 0lbs 1.6oz (45.4g)

- Appalachian Outdoors refers to the men's version

A classic all-purpose liner and cool-weather glove, it keeps your hands amazingly warm, while Grip Zone fingertips, a reinforced palm, and stretch fit make it comfortable for wear during a wide range of activities.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version

Slip on the Marmot Men's Power Stretch Glove for running or cross-country skiing, or layer a waterproof shell over it for snowy ski sessions. The Polartec Power Stretch fabric provides four-way stretch and breathes; the outer layer resists wind and the inner layer feels smooth and pulls moisture away from your hand quickly. Marmot equipped the glove with Grip Zone fingertips for extra dexterity and a reinforced palm for durability.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version