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The Arc'teryx Venta SV puts the emphasis on breathability while you're charging hard at the resort in the backcountry. Stretchy, ultra-breathable WINDSTOPPER construction protects your hand from wind and cold, while the durable water repellant finish fights off snow and rain. Other cool features include seamless fingertips, articulated fingers, and Polartec Thermal Pro insulation to keep your hand toasty warm when the temperature takes a dive.

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What does everyone think of the Arcteryx...

What does everyone think of the Arcteryx Venta SV versus the Cam SV glove? Its for hiking in weather no lower than 15 F.



  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I used these gloves for a full season of AT and backcountry splitboarding. They are great! Good warmth for a relatively thin and non-bulky glove. They are not waterproof so dont expect them to stay dry all day if it's dumping snow. Good breathability, although they would still get wet inside on a long tour.


Warmer than I thought

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

When I read the description on these I did not realize how warm they would be. I use these more for skiing then hiking, unless its very cold.

They are great ski gloves for warmer days, not for brutal cold days.

Mediums fit my hand well,


Perfect Glove Just Pricey

    These really are the perfect pair of gloves, they are very warm and very breathable. They do shed water and have a polartec lining. The fit is a little fat in the fingers and the slim in the palm which makes the fit a little odd. However, as perfect as these gloves are, they are simply not worth $120. I had to return them because I could not justify the price tag since I do not use gloves enough.

    2 Questions... what gloves work best for...

    2 Questions... what gloves work best for XC in low temps, say around 0F and same question for DH/Alpine or BC/AT ?

    I have tried most...

    These Venta SV are great for cold nordic skiing.
    For more downhill oriented activities, check out the ultimate, the Alpha SV. It may seem big, but they breathe so well, they work in a huge range of temps.

    I agree with Brandon, these gloves are ideal for low temp XC. For low temp alpine skiing they are probably not beefy enough. I used them all last season for AT.

    I just purchased a pair of these at a local...

    I just purchased a pair of these at a local gear store. They were 50% off and of course the only size left was a small. The sales clerk at the store I bought them from said the leather in the fingers will stretch. I have long fingers and need a good quarter inch more in the fingers, especially in the left hand. Does anyone know how much this leather will stretch in the fingers when worked in? I think I talked myself into buying them in the small because of the great deal, but if they are not going to stretch I need to return them. I know these are unisex, but they fit more like a man's glove with the extra palm room which is a bit baggy on my hand. If I have to get a larger size for extra finger length will the palm width also increase? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    They will stretch some but they are not going to work for you if you need them 1/4 inch longer. I would return them if you can.

    Bad sales person, shouldn't have sold them to you if you needed that much "stretch".

    How low of a temperature can these be worn...

    How low of a temperature can these be worn in??

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    Ive worn mine in temps down to about 20f and was toasty. really good breathability and comfortable, especially when you're moving, and not very bulky.