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Arc'teryx Fission Gore-Tex Glove - Men's

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    Warm and dexterous.

    Insulated gloves are designed to keep you warm. So, when you have to take them off and risk your hands freezing because they’re so over burdened with bulk that you can’t take off your skins and zip them into your pocket, you have to wonder what the point of even wearing them is. The Fission Gore-Tex Gloves by Arc’teryx solve that problem by providing warm, breathable, and rugged protection in a carefully shaped natural fit.

    XCR technology adds heightened breathability to the waterproof Gore-Tex membrane for a dry-all-day feel, no matter how much your hands sweat while touring to the top. The overlying softshell fabric helps boost your hand’s dexterity when you're fiddling with gear, and leather reinforcements on the palm and fingers protect the glove’s face fabric from abrasive maneuvers or tumbles over rocks hidden underneath the snow.

    Additionally, the Fission was carefully designed with two types of PrimaLoft insulation. Grip Control insulation, which is engineered to resist packing out overtime, is placed over the fingers and palms. The other insulation maximizes protection from the freezing cold elements over the back of the hand.

    • Winter gloves for warmth and dexterity in the snow
    • Enhanced breathability in Gore-Tex membrane
    • Durable softshell that moves with the hand
    • Strategically placed insulation for maximum comfort
    • DWR treated inner cuff keeps snow out
    • Elastic wrist self-adjusts to trap heat inside
    • Gauntlet pulls closed and open for easy adjustments
    • Removable wrist leashes prevent lost gloves
    • Clip finger loops together and hang dry
    • Item #ARC00QF

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [laminate/membrane] Gore-Tex XCR, Gore-Tex, [face fabric] 160 g/mƒ‚‚² Fortius 1.0 (84% nylon, 16% elastane), [lining] PrimaLoft Silver (133g), PrimaLoft Gold Eco with Grip Control (100g)
    Waterproofing
    DWR treated nylon inner cuff
    Insulation
    synthetic
    Style
    glove
    Closure
    pull-to-close gauntlet
    Palm Grip
    leather reinforced
    Claimed Weight
    7.1oz
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, all-mountain riding, backcountry skiing, backcountry riding, freeride/powder riding, freeride/powder skiing, mountaineering, ice climbing, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle riding, nordic classic, nordic skate, nordic touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Freakish Fit

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I gotta agree with the other reviewer about the unacceptable fit of these gloves, specifically the fingers. They are freakishly long! I wear a Large in just about all gloves, bordering on Extra Large, and I have average-sized to maybe slightly long fingers for that size hand. On these gloves, the heel of the palm was slightly loose, and the fingers were wayyy too long, maybe 50% longer than my fingers.

    I sent back the Large and had the Medium sent to me. I probably haven't worn a medium-sized glove since grade school. That said, the glove fit pretty well...except on finger length. Even in Medium, the glove fingers were probably a full inch too long, easily doubling over when I gripped anything. Back they went.

    Such bizarre sizing seems pretty inexcusable for how expensive they are. They do seem very well constructed, and they look good. Warmth seems like it would be fine for mildly cold days, which is most days on the mountain during ski season, but not for anything too cold.

    So, if you have freakishly long fingers that would be at home in the circus, or if you don't mind the excess finger length, these gloves are for you! Definitely size down. I ended up going with Helly Hanson Ullr Sogn HT gloves, which fit perfectly, are also well-built and seem warmer than these. They're also much less expensive for what appears to be similar quality.

    The best glove on the market

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have found this to "fit like a glove" ;)

    With thermal capabilities from Primaloft and a rugged leather and softshell exterior this glove will do it all. A longer gauntlet providing extra protection, and a very abrasion resistant construction allow you to go anywhere and do anything with these gloves. Whether its shoveling snow or backcountry lines you will find these to be your go to option. They are super mobile and stretchy, while also adding additional warmth withe the additional polyester lining running from finger tip to wrist.

    The best glove on the market

    Weird and Unacceptable Fit

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    First off, the materials, the feel, and the build are all top-notch. What isn't is the actual fit. The fingers are way too long yet the palm length is too short. So at the ball of my palm the glove felt like it was falling off while tight where the fingers start -- which again were way too long.

    Bummed and will be looking elsewhere for gloves in the future. Normally, Arc'teryx hits them out of the park for me, but this was a bunt that was tagged out before even getting on first.