Jonas Kirov wrote a review of Arc'teryx Zenta LT Glove on December 5, 2013
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.