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A liner that stands up on its own.

The Arc'teryx Rivet Glove feels right when you're skinning up the backcountry, and it layers under ski gloves for extra warmth in very frigid temperatures. Polartec Power Stretch fleece offers air permeable breathability, wind resistance, and snow-shedding protection. Hardface technology enhances water-resistance as well as resistance to abrasion. Touchscreen compatibility lets you snap shots of your backcountry buddies without taking the glove off, and the reinforced leather palm gives a good grip on ski poles.

  • Polartec Power Stretch fleece
  • Hardface technology
  • Touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb
  • Reinforced leather grip palm

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good liners or light city gloves

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I have the version of the glove without the leather palm, which I don't think they make anymore. I purchased them because I really enjoy the Polartec Powershield Hardface material on my Atom LT, and wanted some light fleece gloves.

These are indeed light, just fleecy for keeping your hands warm. They would work well as a thick liner, and they work well for a low-profile city glove for colder days. No grip, so riding a bike with these isn't ideal.

I own a good deal of Arcteryx products, and with almost all of them, I can see why they charge a premium over competing products, including their rain shells, backpacks, and some climbing items, but with these, they seem very overpriced for what you're getting. It's just a fleece glove. It fits well, looks nice, and feels nice, but IMO, a black fleece glove isn't hard to make, and other companies make really similar items for much cheaper. I got them on sale, so not a biggie, but I wouldn't say these are worth full retail.

Size is consistent with most other brands.


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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

The Arc'teryx Rivet glove is comfortable glove. At first it felt like the seams at the finger tips were going to rub but they ended up not being an issue at all. For me the wrist openings were a bit snug (size large glove and my wrist circumference is 18cm for reference) but weren't so tight as to cause discomfort. The leather grip palm was pliable and did not restrict gripping movement. The touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb work too so if you can't control yourself and have to take a selfie you can do so without freezing your hands.

The gloves breathe well and offer very light wind resistance. If you have super icy cold hands of death you may want a warmer glove.

As for the wrist cuff, it would be nice if there was a slight arc to accommodate watches on the dorsal wrist aspect. The cuff bunches up around my Suunto watch and slightly restricts wrist extension.

Overall this is a good glove and I look forward to putting more time in with them.

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