Marmot Men’s Randonnee Glove



Tough leather reinforcement, Primaloft® insulation and the industry's best GORE-TEX® insert have made the Randonnee our most beloved glove among skiers and guides.

  • Main Material: MemBrain® 2L 100% Nylon 4.4 oz/yd
  • Reinforcement Material: Hair Sheep Leather
  • Lining Material: DriClime® 3-Dimentional Wicking Keeps Hands Drier and Warmer
  • Insulation Material: Prima Loft One®
  • Glove insert Material: GORE-TEX®Glove Insert - Durably Waterproof, Windproof and Breathable
Specs Sizing Reviews
  • GORE® XCR® Performance - Gore-Tex® XCR® Performance
  • GORE-TEX® Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert - Gore-tex Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert
  • Marmot MemBrain® Waterproof/Breathable Fabric - Marmot MemBrain, Waterproof/Breathable Fabric
  • Primaloft® Insulation - Patented Synthetic Down, Produces the Closest Synthetic to Down in Terms of Structure, Warmth and Feel. The Only Insulation That Treats Each Fiber with a Permanent Water-Repellant Finish. Twice as Warm for its Thickness Than Other Insulation
  • DriClime® Bi-Component Wicking Lining - For Breathability and Excellent Moisture Transfer
  • Falcon Grip - Articulated for Dexterity and Ease of Grip
  • Gauntlet Quickdraw - Easy to Use One-Handed Drawcords
  • Nose Wipe - Soft Fabric to Wipe Your Runny Nose
  • Safety Leash - Keeps Glove Attached to Wrist When Removed from Hand
  • Wrist Strap - Adjustability and Better Fit
Size XS Small Medium Large XL
Girth (inches) 6.5-7 7-7.5 8-8.5 9-9.5 10-10.5


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Reviews for the Marmot Men’s Randonnee Glove

3 out of 5 stars based on 3 reviews.

On 2011-11-16, Mike Horan wrote


I hate these gloves. Recently wore them on the summit of Kilimanjaro. When they got wet they were worthless. I bought these based on your recommendation, and let my brother borrow the Mountain Hardware gloves I bought a few years ago for Rainier. He got the better deal -- I should have let him have these :(

On 2011-07-01, Gord Harris wrote


Did not get to really put them to the test up on Mt. Rainier as the lighter weight gloves worked well at temperatures around freezing. I did use them on the descent as the snow was so wet. They did not get wet from the snow but more from sweating due to the mild temperatures.

On 2010-06-09, Kevin Graves wrote


These fit fine and worked well up until 17,000 on Denali. At that point they worked well when actively using my hands but tended to freeze up if waiting for any reason. Great gloves but in extreme cold; you'll want the mittens. I'll use these ice climbing and skiing and I know they'll be great so no knocks against them; it just makes sense to have these along with the Marmot Mitts.

  • Men’s Randonnee Glove


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