I'll admit it.. I only bought these because they matched my Arc'teryx jacket. They are extremely well built with a quality finish like all Arc'teryx products. Fit is pretty go…
- Pedro Manuel, 12/20/10
These gloves have a great fit and the cuff extends far enough up your wrist to keep out spin drift. Additionally, your fingers are not so bulked up so as to make tying your s…
- Don, 11/06/10
Arcteryx Gothic Glove offer am added layer of protection. Use these with your glove system as an inner layer next to your skin.
These gloves offer an extra layer of heat a…
- Roberto, 08/19/13
These are great liners for cycling gloves, work gloves, or any other glove. Even better worn alone for driving or anything else. I can use my phone & pick up change with them…
- Nathan, 01/17/13
The Big D, TX
These gloves are great if you never need to take them off while skiing. If you do the inner liner gets all balled up or you end up with the liner on your hand and Gortex shell…
- Jason, 01/01/15
The materials and construction are the best I've found in any glove. Really well made and defiantly stands up to harsh weather. This is my second pair and I've used them in…
- Aaron, 03/30/14
Price Price Price
Some features need a bit more thinking out
They are wonderful gloves, mitten warm—inne…
- Carlo, 10/20/11
I'm not going to bother you with the details. Like I said, I you are ordering the alpha sv gloves for $200 + you know why you are doing it. Awesome, perfect glove. Shut up an…
- James, 08/03/14
Fitting me for gloves is tough - I have very large palms (usually size to an XL or XXL) but fingers in the L/XL size. I took a chance and went with L for these and my fingers…
- Bradley, 12/14/10
The Snow Belt
these are a high quality glove. mens medium. im 5'8", 150lbs. very soft comfortable leather. another high quality product by a high quality manufacturer. i have used them f…
- Sean, 03/24/11
I brought this one for taking photo using my camera. In the winter or in the cold areas, it is very hard to control the camera using naked hand, but most of the gloves are too…
- Li, 10/19/14
I use these gloves as a liner while skiing and snowboarding and they are the perfect glove for me. Extremely comfortable (other than the annoying tag) and insulates underneath…
- Foster, 01/09/14
My hands always get really cold but with these everythings good…
- Luc, 09/15/10
These gloves are pretty, pretty, pretty good. The Windstopper fabric really stops…uh, wind. The digits are pretty easy to articulate. I have been using them for running so…
- Robert, 01/06/13
About Arcteryx Gloves and Mitts:
If we had things our way, this is how we'd be living life: double baseball mitt style, all day, all the time. Can you imagine? Anytime a sick foul ball heads your way, boom. You got it. Quite literally, you might never miss a catch again. Eventually, your skill would grow exponentially, and as you gain the ability to catch two balls at the same time, the rabid, cheering crowds will start chanting your name in unison. "Ed-ward Mitt-hands," they'll say, referencing a film that had nothing to do with baseball but everything to do with a man whose hands have found a new destiny in un-humany purposes.
Sure, you can't tie your shoes wearing two baseball mitts, and after you have them surgically attached to your hands, everyday tasks like typing on a keyboard or twirling a drumstick in your fingers will become physically impossible. But still, the pros have to outweigh the cons here, right?
Oh, they don't? Well, we have the next best thing in Arcteryx gloves. Come to think of it, they're wildly more versatile than baseball mitts, with a number of built-in technologies that allow for premium performance in even the harshest of environments. Water and wind won't hold you back, and maximum breathability helps you stay warm and dry.
Come to think of it, double Arcteryx glove style is the way to go. And I'm not just saying this because we had ours surgically attached and will never see the palms of our hands again. Seriously, we don't regret this decision.