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Marmot Women's Power Stretch Gloves

$29.95

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Marmot Women's Power Stretch Gloves

Perhaps the ultimate winter liner, the Women's Power Stretch Gloves from Marmot also shine as a cool weather glove, thanks to its super-stretchy comfort and impressive warmth-to-weight ratio. Moisture wicks away from your skin for a dry, toasty feel.

  • Material: Polartec® Power Stretch® 91% Polyester, 9% Elastane 5.9 oz/yd
  • 3-Dimensional Wicking
  • Free-Flow Stretch Fit
  • Grip Zone Finger Tips
  • 3-Dimensional Wicking
  • Free-Flow Stretch Fit
  • Grip Zone Finger Tips
  • Weight: Med. 0lb 1oz (37g)

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5 Star Rating

Reviews - Marmot Women's Power Stretch Gloves

5 Stars simplelife - 2011-12-16

good quality gloves!
The power stretch glove does a good job in wicking moisture from my skin during brisk walks. It keeps my hands warm during cool autumn days but it's not effective in blocking out wind below 40 degrees F (at least for me!).



5 Stars SfroMN - 2010-12-17

Great cool weather glove
I had trouble finding a well-fitting glove for late fall-early winter Minnesota temps suitable for light hiking and these fit the bill. Of the several gloves I tried, these fit the best (I wear a Small, but other manufacturers' sizing ran large) and allow for considerable dexterity since they're not too bulky. Yet they're warm and the material feels great and appears quite durable; it also stops the wind effectively - a big plus for me.



5 Stars Snowbird - 2010-12-13

Marmot women's power stretch gloves
These gloves are pretty true to size. I wear a size 7 glove and comfortably fit the size M. They serve me well as liner gloves under my ski gloves and as wear- around town- gloves. They are warm and somewhat windproof, durable and even quite nice looking. The "touch pads", maybe for tech use are not the most precise; I can't seem to use my smart phone or ipod with the gloves on but these are small sacrifices for a pair of gloves that function really well on the slopes, the cross country trails, filling the gas pump, or just wearing around town with a nice coat.



 
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