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The Marmot Basic Work Glove is a rugged all leather glove designed for dependable protection, comfort, and durability. The pre-shaped fit is ready to get down to business and the DriClime® knit lining keeps moisture off your paws.
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Leather exterior with moisture-wicking lining and secure grip
DriClime Bi-Component wicking Lining
Falcon Grip articulation for dexterity
Primary Lining Fabric:
Marmot DriClime is a mesh composed of two different denier yarns which work together to maximize breathability, prevent condensation and wick moisture. This means you can be as active as you want in the outdoors and remain dry and comfortable.
Rated 1 out of
Mike Martin from
Why the switch to cheap material?Guys, your original work glove was bomb-proof. I’ve got a pair in my back pocket as I write this, which has survived 4-5 winters of anything I could throw at them. I ordered a new pair bc the finger tips of the old pair have finally worn thru. I was so disappointed to open up the new pair and find that they’re not even leather construction anymore?! I’m sure there are reasons on your end for the change, but there’s no way this new set will hold up to any manual labor. I’ll be returning them and sewing some leather patches onto the old pair, I guess. Wondering why when the old pair was so great you guys would opt to redesign?
Date published: 2020-01-02
Rated 5 out of
Durable!Have bought a couple pairs of these over the years for work around the house and farm and haven't found anything that compares for cold weather. Believe me, I've tried and worn out a lot of gloves between tractor work, logging, snow blowing, splitting wood and brush clearing. I normally only use pig skin designs and go through several pair a year.
I really like the fact that they are lightly lined, but find that they do run small - I'm average sized at 5'10" and 175#, but need the XL gloves. I'm usually a large in other products. They are a bit too warm for the summer work, but great for the other three seasons in New England
Date published: 2015-04-10
Rated 1 out of
Not leather, cheapI can't buy marmot anymore. These are, as other reviewers have noted, not warm, not durable, and not real leather. The bonded leather/vinyl flaked off in days. The material does not take waterproofing or mink oil. In the photo you can see how the fake leather has flaked from a couple days of very light use. Products like these are an embarrassment and dilute your brand. As a professional outdoor guide and coach, I rely on having the best gear and can't afford to risk spending my hard-earned money on fake leather work gloves. I'm sadly done with Marmot.
Date published: 2020-11-30
Rated 3 out of
Andy b from
Great gloves but not that durableGot these gloves last fall for outdoor chores. They are very comfortable and fit great. The problem is that the leather is too thin on the left glove and wore a hole in the thumb after a month of use cutting down trees and chopping the wood up. The left gloves leather is much lighter and softer than the right and is more like a dress glove thickness than a work glove. So overall they are great gloves for outdoor use and the occasional chore but if you plan on doing a lot of heavy work they will wear out quickly.
Date published: 2018-05-20
Rated 5 out of
Its no secret that iceIts no secret that ice climbers across the country rely on a certain well-known brand of industrial leather work gloves. The system works well - you buy a few pairs and a can of snow seal. When your first pair wets out, you stuff them in your parka and take out the next.
Here, Marmot has managed to take a good system and make it great. The Basic Work Glove has a much higher-performance and dexterous fit than its industrial counterpart. With liberal application of snow sealant, I've found them to be incredibly durable - I took two pairs through an entire season of New England ice and mixed, including some mixed hand jamming and face climbing, and they show no signs of wearing out.
Some folks will prefer a high performance, higher cost glove, but for those of us who preach the "cheap gloves, many pairs" approach the Basic Work Glove is fantastic. I would buy more, but mine still haven't worn out...
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 3 out of
Durable gloves, but left not as good as the right.I've had these for a year and really like them for their intended purpose except there are some construction issues in one of the gloves causing the glove fingers to twist on my fingers. This puts the finger seams across my finger tips and is a bit annoying, and causing some premature wear on the one glove.
Date published: 2014-01-07
Rated 1 out of
Old version was great, these are garbageI've had three pairs of the older version. Learned to lead ice in them and have been climbing in them for years. Finally wore through my last pair and went to get new ones. The leather has changed and is terrible. I'll be searching for a new ice glove.
Date published: 2019-02-24
Rated 2 out of
Jim L from
Completely different from what I thought I orderedThis is m y second pair of Basic Work Gloves. I loved the gloves and wore them daily for most all outside activity in the snow and cold of Winter, including out to dinner. The new XL pair is close to 1" longer in the fingers in comparing to the original XL pair. This is awkward in gloves when you have that much extra space. The leather is also different--stiffer and seems like a lesser leather.
Any way, these went from my favorite glove due to fit/comfort to a bulky stiff leather thing I have thrown into my chain bag for chair removal. No more Marmot for me.