Marmot Glide Softshell Glove - Women's

The sound of your skins climbing snowy mountains is music to your ears, just like the Marmot Women's Glide Softshell Glove brings peace to your fingers. Ideal for skinning and spring skiing, the Glide's softshell material offers form-fitting stretch, water- and wind-resistance, and ultralight comfort. Marmot bonded a DriClime three-dimensional wicking lining for moisture management, and polyurethane reinforcements give a good grip at the palm as well as long-lasting durability. 

  • Ultralight softshell glove for skinning and spring skiing
  • Softshell offers water- and wind-resistance
  • DriClime lining wicks moisture
  • Reinforcements assure grip and durability
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Extremely comfortable - like 2nd skin

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these as a gift for my daughter and she loved them! She said they were very comfortable, fit true to size and weren't too bulky. They kept her hands extremely warm in 20-30 degree temperatures. She hasn't used them in colder temps yet. Great purchase! I'll probably buy myself a pair next season.

A little small

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

I have pretty small hands but kind of long fingers. I had tried these on in an XS and they were super small so I sized up 2 and went with the medium, as I usually wear small in gloves. These fit perfect in the finger length but are tight in the palm when you try to stretch your fingers out (similar to how you want a water ski glove to fit). So not super ideal but I'll still keep them because the material is just what I am looking for... just thick enough to be perfect for touring and spring days.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

i purchased these initially to use as a heavy weight glove liner for by mitten shells for tele skiing, as I wanted something beefy and warm yet tactile to wear while fiddling with the bindings/removing skins, etc. i've worn them out skiing 3 times so far. on the warmish, rainy day I wore them alone, they repelled water wonderfully, and kept my hands dry and toasty. I wore them x-country skiing when it was about 9 degrees, and my fingers froze. And, i've worn them in the mitten shell out skiing in the 20s and 30s, and they worked exactly as i imagined and hoped they would. i like them so much i've taken to wearing them while driving too. they run a little small (i think, or my fingers/hand ratio is not the same proportions as the size chart) but I kept them anyway because I wanted to ensure that my fingers reached the end of the fingers in the gloves they've stretched a tiny bit, and fit well.

Best temperature for use alone by far is for 35/40 degree weather; they need help if it is below freezing.