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Arc'teryx Phase Gloves

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    6 Reviews


    Supplemental coziness for cold days.

    Delivering lightweight warmth with generous dexterity for aerobic use and fast-paced ski tours, the Arc'teryx Phase Glove works exceptionally well on milder winter days, or as a cozy glove liner on cold and stormy powder days. Soft, yet extremely durable Phasic AR-X fabric actively wicks moisture off your hands to prevent the cold, clammy feel during aerobic winter sports. Moreover, this fabric is touchscreen-compatible, allowing you to flip through your favorite playlist and take calls without freezing your fingers off.

    • Phasic AR-X (100% polyester)
    • Touchscreen-compatible
    • Item #ARC00DF

    Tech Specs

    Phasic AR-X (100% polyester)
    lightweight glove, glove liner
    Touchscreen Compatible
    Claimed Weight
    0.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, running, backcountry touring, snowboarding, skiing
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    Amazing glove liners

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These work incredibly well when used for the intended purpose - as a glove liner. The synthetic PHASE material wicks moisture and dries incredibly quickly.

    I wear these as a liner, under my Rush and Lithic Gloves on frigid days in the winter.

    They'll work as a stand alone piece for highly aerobic activities. In the winter I'll wear them while ascending during ski tours. In the shoulder season I'll wear them running.

    Good Base

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this liner glove with the intention of having it to keep my hands slightly warmer on the early morning runs in the Virginia Winters. I discovered that they are fine 'til it drops under 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Beyond that point and it is time to layer up. For the price and size I am glad it fit so well. I bought the small because I have average to small hands for a male and it fits "like a glove". I used it for shoveling out the 14" of snow in the blizzard we got last week and my hands stayed warm and dry. What's neat about these gloves is if you use them as a liner they wick sweat away from your palms while still allowing you to use your touchscreen. The touch capacitance of my phone allowed any finger to be used even if it didn't have a textured tip. I found the textured tip to detract from the overall experience since it doesn't bend well and I doubt it fits very many people in the small size without feeling like you forgot to trim your nails for two months. Overall good and I am looking at buying another piece to supplement these for the colder weather.

    Kept one, return one

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I bought two of these. One for me and one for a buddie. I didn't realize how thin it was till I receive the product. My buddie likes his so I ended up returning mine to buy the Oakley Windstopper. I love that one soooo much more!

    Really Thin, not too warm but look good

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these phase gloves thinking they'd be a sweet pair of warm liner/gloves. I was immediately disappointed by how thin the material was. Perhaps I should have researched them more to temper my expectations (They are rated a 1 on the Arc'teryx warmth scale). That being said for more casual use and warmer weather they are a perfectly adequate liner with good form fitting lines and decent touchscreen compatibility. I used my Burton liners for the colder days and riding and these Phase gloves for more casual use.

    Awesome as a stand-alone or a liner.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    My wife and I both have these gloves and love them. I primarily use them while fastpacking and running. When you're doing high output activities where you're really building up heat these shine as a stand alone piece.

    The Phasic fabric definitely moves moisture very well, pulling it away from your skin. I like them when fastpacking and you're breaking camp early in the morning and just need a little something for your hands. When you settle down at camp or go out in colder temperatures, slide these right into your favorite glove and they're an awesome liner.

    As mentioned in the product description, they're touchscreen compatible which is great when going for a run and you want to change your track or check your pace.

    These fit true to size. My hands measure 8.25" in width and a Medium fits perfectly. Wife measures as a Small and hers fit awesome, too.