Wrist Tightening Elastic and Gauntlet Drawcord to Keep Snow Out
Carabiner Loop To Hang Gloves and Keep Out the Elements
One technically advanced glove for the real-deal mountain dwellers. The Exum Guide Glove—named after those who put it through total use and abuse while alpine climbing and skiing—combines Marmot's most advanced weather-shielding, comfort-inducing materials and insulation to create this techy yet tidy little glove.
Product Weight:Lg. 0lbs 7.34oz (208g)
Main Fabric:MemBrain® 2L 100% Nylon Stretch 4.8 oz/yd
Rated 3 out of
Good gloves, no longer greatI bought these a month ago, to replace my 10-year old pair of original Marmot Exums, which have worn through at the finger-tips. They are lighter, less fully featured, have only a nylon sleeve, which is shorter than the original leather sleeves, but otherwise are equally warm, and still flex and function nicely. Since the new sleeve is shorter, I now have an air-gap and occasional snow in the wrist. Will adjust my shirt and fleece layers to accommodate. These are still a really nice glove, but not as amazingly nice as the originals. Value engineering is evident if you are aware of the original quality. Note: I can't get a response to many many customer service requests . . .
Date published: 2019-01-01
Rated 4 out of
Winter rider from
Good dexterityGood fit and I like that the stitching of fingers is on the outside so no chafe. Not as warm as I would expect. Lighter than my first pair from a few years back. In last week wore for mt biking, Nordic skiing on ungroomed (trail breaking) and for pond hockey all in low to mid 20s and hands started cold, BUT as I worked up body heat hands came back to temp. Added single use "hot packs" and those helped. Riding lifts when it is cold I am leery. Great dexterity and love the wrist strings. Medium weight, not heavy weight. Got on sale. At full price would want them warmer.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of
Very warm, very waterproofI received these gloves as a gift from my wife to replace/update a previous pair of Marmot gloves that were looking a little rough after several Buffalo, NY winters. At first we were both a bit worried that the Exum "small" was enough smaller than the previous "small" gloves that it would be a problem, but in fact it is not. Even though the gloves are very close fitting (allowing for great dexterity) there is no constriction and chilling. We've been having some cold (single digit with minus wind chills) weather lately and the gloves have held their own admirably. I was particularly impressed today when I was dealing with a badly frozen downspout that was like a frozen waterfall down the side of our house, melt water from the top of the roof (sunny up there on a black roof) was cascading down over my gloves while I worked in the cool shade of the house. At one point the shell of the gloves was wet enough to freeze up a bit, but the insides were still toasty warm and dry. Very impressed.
Date published: 2015-01-31
Rated 1 out of
Really puzzled!!Have loved the Marmot gloves I had previous to this purchase. These gloves do not keep my hands warm at all. Just went out in 20 degree temperatures and my hands were cold the entire time was outside. Is there a low temperature that they are good till. My previous Marmot gloves were excellent in all colder weather, great skiing and I had them for a very long time.Did I purchase the wrong style?
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 1 out of
seam blew after day 4 of gentle useI bought these gloves for my husband for Christmas. He was on day 4 of using them, all four days were very gently skiing behind our twin boys who are emergent skiers (nothing agro to be sure). I tried to return/exchange them at the local retailer from whom I bought them, but they would not do an exchange. Have to deal directly with Marmot...who states they are 8-10 weeks out with warranty issues, so I just wasted $100 on these gloves as the ski season will be over by the time I receive a replacement. Don't bother with these gloves, waste of time and money.
Date published: 2021-01-29
Rated 1 out of
Seam split halfway through the seasonPurchased these gloves at the start of the 2020-21 season. I use them for snowboarding and have rode 10 times this year. The seam just split on the middle finger right hand and the warranty department is saying it'll be 20 weeks for a repair. I will have to buy a new pair of gloves for the remainder of the season anyway now. The split will only get worse the more I ride. Disappointing to say the least that a $100 pair of gloves barely lasted half of the season.
Date published: 2021-02-08
Rated 3 out of
Ok gloveThis is an ok glove. The leather is kind of slick, even after using for four days of skiing. Outside temperature was only 28 degrees and I could start to feel my fingers getting cold. The stitches on the inside of the fingers is not hidden, because of this the edge of the leather is acting as a wick for moisture, I didn’t feel any moisture in the fingers, but I worry that if it is wetter out I will. The cuff needs to be about half an inch longer, it is hard to get your sleeve tucked in because of this.
Date published: 2021-01-02
Rated 5 out of
bomber glove for ice climbing/skiing/everythingI have had these gloves for years and they are really solid. I have put them through the ringer ice climbing, mountaineering and skiing in them. I have warn these ski instructing the past year because they offer the warmth and dexterity I need while still holding up to the elements. It is not the warmest glove I have ever warn, but it is perfect 95% of the time and is my glove of choice every day, but the coldest day or two of the season. I like them so much I am buying a second pair because after 4 years of very rough use they have broken down a bit (as to be expected).