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The Arc'teryx Zenta LT Glove gives you bomber protection from the cold and the snow with a streamlined, bulk-free design that performs when you're pushing your body hard. Whether you are backcountry touring or pumping your way through the moguls, this glove won't swamp out when your engine is running hot.

  • Breathable Gore-Tex XCR membrane seals out moisture while letting sweat escape
  • DWR coating sheds snow and helps keep your gloves dry
  • Everest leather is soft and supple
  • Low profile design feels great when you're working up a sweat and need gloves that can move
  • Fleece lining is soft and holds in just enough warmth to make sure your hands stay comfortable

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Good, not great

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

I have found these gloves to be ok, but not great.

They breathe well, but not well enough to wear on a skin track. I still sweat them out when I am skinning in all but the coldest weather. At the same time, they are warm, but not as warm as I was led to believe from the packaging. Not really warm enough for sitting around, or really cold descents.

They are not particularly dextrous, due to the way the stitching in the leather comes together at the fingertips.

I also can't believe anyone would make a ski glove these days without a nose wipe thumb. I just get snot all over the leather part of the thumb. That's a pretty basic feature to leave out, in my opinion.

I like the fit of the cuffs and the flexibility.

These are good gloves but not a quiver-killer, which is what these gloves purported to be when I bought them. I still have to bring two or three pairs of gloves with me when I tour.

is only one size of the Arc'teryx Zenta...

is only one size of the Arc'teryx Zenta LT Glove on sale? all except one are proced at 159. the sale proce is supposed to be 109


Great gloves

    Great fitting, comfortable and keep my hands plenty warm. My only complaint is the liner can't come out but arc'teryx continues to put out quality products and these are no different.

    I know these gloves have a waterproof...

    I know these gloves have a waterproof membrane. However, the leather seems to get a little bit water logged in wet conditions. Would sno-seal be the right way to ensure the leather doesn't absorb any water?

    Best Answer

    Sno-sealing these gloves will help keep the leather dry but it will impact breathability of the gloves. The GoreTex membrane inside will protect your hands even if the leather is wet.


    The perfect glove...

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This glove is absolutely excellent. The price point is very reasonable for how great this glove performs and feels. I've used these while skiing in 5 degree weather and my hands stayed warm. In warmer weather (30-35 degrees), your hands are comfortable and don't get sweaty. They very adaptable and comfortable. The dexterity, on a scale 1-10, I would say rates at about a 6 or 7. Your not picking up pennies with these on but zippers to buttons or even getting your phone from you pocket is pretty easy.


    Super gloves

      very nice gloves, not bulky , very comfy like no others, fit right to the size.
      very original look , someone is thinking out of the box


      Great Gloves

        I thought they wouldn't be that warm because of the LT name. But they have kept my hands warm in the teens? They feel very soft inside . When I open the hand it feels as if they are self adjusting. You know how other gloves creep off your hands, these ones feels like they are creeping on. The palm seems like it stretches a bit, like rubber gloves when you open your hand. I love that feel, because you don't have to continually pull your gloves on. The velcro doesn't snag like the traditional straps.