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Marmot Precip Shell Mitts for Men - Black

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About Marmot Precip Shell Mitts for Men - Black

Constructed with advanced waterproof and breathable coating technology, the Marmot Precip Shell Mitt for Men delivers durable weather resistance, comfort, and warmth for whatever adventures you may be up for this winter. The Precip Shell Mitt features an ultra lightweight, tour friendly design with a moisture wicking lining for dry, comfortable hands. And the cuffs are sized to fit over your fleece liner so that everything fits together like a puzzle.

Marmot Precip Shell Mitts for Men - Black Features

  • Sized to fit over power stretch glove
  • Falcon grip
  • Gauntlet quickdraw
  • Nose wipe
  • Safety leash

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Good but Run Small


Good quality. My hands measure "large" so I purchased XL so I could use with a wool mitten. Unfortunately they run small and I can only fit a glove underneath.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Miles M  for use snowshoeing, snowboarding, shoveling snow and any time that I am outside in the snow for longer periods of time
Joel B  I have been looking for shell mitts for a while. I like Marmot products and you make it very easy to buy with the easy of the site and the sizing chart - which I printed and used to size. Excellent!
Shopper  I'm looking for just a thin shell for over normal mittens. These sound like they might be too thick and bulky for that? Any idea? thx
willam m  They are not thick and bulky. They are very nice as shell or wear alone for active sports.
Kelli B  The inside has a fleece surface and the mittens are pretty thin. My experience was that the sizing did not seem to take into account wearing these over something else.
Jean W  These are pretty thin, though a little bit more awkward for that than Marmot's previous version of this glove. There are thinner shells for that on the market. I have been wearing them running over liners, but the cuff and straps are a little annoying and I don't know that I'd choose these again.
NATE F  I wanted the same thing, but ended up returning mine because they were bulkier than I wanted. If they made them without the over-sized gauntlets, They could reduce the overall size and weight by about 30%. Also, the pair I got from Sunnysports was an older version that did NOT have Marmots most recent NanoPro fabric.
LEAH L  Hi, I actually think these would be perfect. They are very lightweight--the only bulk to them is the thin rubber palm area, but again, that part is thin. I use these as a waterproof shell over down mittens I have and together they make the perfect set, w/ good range of motion.
Mark C  These shells are actually quite thin—but they don't have a lot of room on the interior. I wear them over Marmot Power Stretch Gloves and they work together perfectly. But I'm pretty sure the shells wouldn't fit over anything thicker.
kenny k  Size to get. I am exactly on the small line of your chart. However, I might want to use these mittens with a liner or fingerless glove. What do you suggest?
John P  Get next size up. The mittens have a liner layer a few millimeters thick, which provides some warmth, but also makes it more difficult to get over a thin ragg wool or fleece glove. The mitten has too much liner to wear as a bicycling waterproof layer in the warm weather months.
ROBERT J  They run small, would recomend one size larger if you plan to layer underneath. They're very nice but not super insulated.
Rachel N  If you are planning to use a liner, then I would go with the larger size. If they are a little big, you can always use a thicker liner or two sets of different weight gloves, which is nice especially if you will be in a colder environment. I bought a small for myself, but kind of wish I had a medium. Great gloves!
karen t  The mitts are relatively narrow. I'd go up a size if you are planning to wear anything under them.
Tim M  My fit should be a medium but I purchased large so that I could wear them over gloves. That worked out better but they were still a bit tight at the wrist. Also, with gloves, the thumb also was tighter than I would have liked. Shell and glove combination worked well at -5, not so well at -20.
Gary W  It depends on how thick or thin your glove liners are going to be. If you are using form-fitting, smooth-surfaced, Power-Stretch type of liners, then buy the gloves that are your normal size. However, if you plan on using a thicker inner glove/liner, then buy the next larger size.
Jason N  I use my mittens with two different liners. One liner is a stretch knit driving glove, and the other are some thin knit mittens. If your intended liner is bulky, go up a size. I ordered medium. I take a medium in just about everything.
Jonathan P  I bought the same size as my normal glove size, which was large. I usually where gloves with these mitts and they fit perfectly. I believe they are designed to be a shell mitt to for over gloves. Hope it all works out!
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