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13 Reviews


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
  • Item #ARC00D8

Tech Specs

[face fabric] Polartec Power Stretch with HardFace Technology (88% polyester, 12% spandex), DWR coating
Palm Grip
yes, leather
Touchscreen Compatible
yes, index finger and thumb
Claimed Weight
1.6 oz
Recommended Use
skiing, running
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Great Standalone Gloves

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I purchased these gloves for summit bids and shoulder season trail runs and so far, they've performed famously. The leather palm grip is a really nice touch for grabbing trekking poles and even though I didn't think I'd need it, I've found myself utilizing the touchscreen compatibility nearly every time I've worn the gloves. They are incredibly warm on their own (especially during high output activities) and have proven surprisingly durable in various situations including some very brief class 2 scrambling. Overall, they're a high performing, incredibly versatile pair of gloves.

Amazing as always!

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

As has been stated by many of the other reviewers these gloves are awesome! they are soft and so comfortable. They are extremely simple but also well thought out. They wick moister very well. The leather palm and touch finger tips on the first finger and thumb are great adding to their use and durability. I usually wear an XL glove and these fit perfectly in XL. I purchased them as other have for running in colder temps but they are a great weight for many uses and i plan to use them touring and casually as well.

Love these gloves!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought these for running and now I use them for everything. They are super comfortable and provide the right level of warmth. (no sweaty hands when exercising) The leather is a nice touch and it works decent when pushing buttons on your cell phone.

Great for Touring!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great for touring. They're breathable, lightweight, and have a little hit of leather on the palm for some extra grip while holding poles. Can't go wrong with these if you're looking for a solid glove to wear while skinning!

Good gloves

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these as light weight ski touring gloves and for cold weather running. They work great for both. Provide light insulation for high output activities. The leather palm is nice and durable.

A great go-to glove

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got these gloves a couple weeks ago as my all around gloves, and they have satisfied exactly that. I've used them ski touring, hauling/opening boxes in the snow, and, I admit, driving, and they've performed above and beyond my expectations every time. While they aren't totally waterproof, they kept my hands warm even when they got somewhat wet. My hands do tend to be a bit on the warm side, so these were perfect for 30+ degree days on the slopes. The seams are a bit large, but I haven't found them to be too annoying. Overall, a great glove for skiing, driving, or hiking.

Finally the right liner for Alpha SV

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got these as an alternative for the atrocious liner that comes in the alpha SV gloves. Now instead of having a liner, I have a great glove system. I wear the Rivet for all my uphill touring and it has great dexterity for any technical objectives. Its warm, not waterproof but dries very quickly. Finger tips allow you to use with smartphone touchscreen. When I need more warmth and waterproof, I put the Alpha SV shell over them. They are a good fit, and the system is warmer than the stock alpha sv liner and has better dexterity IMO. I have also stacked the gothic liner, rivet and alpha sv shell as a system and that works well too.

I'm Not Even Mad - I'm Impressed

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Was looking for an affordable lightweight glove to wear ski touring, and for spring days. These definitely fit that option, but come with the perks of being really comfortable and warm, yet breathable.

Pro tip: you can actually use a phone and text with the fingertips on these gloves....

versatile and durable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love this glove. I have the previous model minus the reinforcements in the palms and fingertips. I love the material. I wear them in the mornings to keep my fingers from sticking to the wheel in sub zero weather. I use them under my mitts on very cold days on the hill. They are fantastic, only four stars because they are starting to show some wear. The new version is no doubt tougher.

Just what I needed!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I've been searching for the perfect gloves to give my husband so he could use them when he takes landscape photos in winter, and so far all the gloves he's tried were either too thin or too thick. Luckily, these gloves are thin enough to give him flexibility to take pictures and thick enough to keep his hands warm.

The touchscreen technology works perfectly, the DWR coating works great when he takes photos in the snow, and the leather grip helps him adjust the tripod easily. Also, the outside of the fabric is tough enough to withstand abuse from hiking.

My only complaint is that they're not THAT warm, and they seem to be too thick to be a liner. But they work for what my husband needs so they get 5 stars.

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.

Comfortable Gloves

  • 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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