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

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    8 Reviews


    Feel the rush.

    When imagination and big mountain dreams take the wheel, let the Arc'teryx Rush Gore-Tex Gloves steer the way toward careful, calculated clarity. Whether you're reaching for high-hanging fruit in Chamonix or chasing lines in the Kootenay Rockies, big mountain freeriding requires the utmost dexterity and leaves little room for cramped up, cold phalanges.

    These gloves are equipped with the breathable N70p 3L Gore-Tex Pro fabric, which serves as armor for the back of the hand from formidable alpine elements. The palm and fingers are outfitted with a rugged yet adept leather, providing a viscous grip in sticky situations. Furnished with Arc'teryx's unique Tri-Dex pattern technology, these gloves permit a varied range of motion, mocking the natural movement of the human hand. With the gloves' 133g of PrimaLoft Silver Insulation located on the back of the hand for maximum warmth and 100g of PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco on the palm and fingers, you can count on the strategic map of insulation to keep you warm, without breaking down over time.

    • Fully seam-sealed
    • Soft, brushed lining
    • DWR treated nylon cuffs
    • Tri-Dex technology
    • Seam-free fingers
    • Removable wrist leash
    • Short, trim cuff
    • Adjustable hook-and-loop closure
    • Item #ARC00CV

    Tech Specs

    N70-p Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer), [palm and fingers] leather
    Gore-Tex Pro membrane
    [back of the hand] 133g PrimaLoft Silver, [palm and fingers] 100g PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco with Grip Control
    Removable Liner
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Warm and Dry

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These Gloves are a great addition to my glove stash. It uses a full Gore-Tex Pro fabric that is both breathable and VERY waterproof. I have never experienced a leak with these gloves. One really cool feature to be noted is that the fingers are seam free. Yeah, that’s right, no seams mean warmer fingers and no abrasion when opening and closing into a fist!

    These gloves were definitely made for a sick ski day. They are a bit light, however, my hands run a little warmer than most other’s which makes them ideal for an average day of skiing. If your hands run cold, I would suggest a different glove for those sub-zero days or to use some next to skin liners to help create a little buffer. If you do run cold with your hands, then you could also use these as a great spring skiing glove.

    This glove is expensive and almost green

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    The blue color was alarming. Not really the Carolina blue they appear to be on screen. I've had an arcteryx beta(?) jacket and ski bibs that were bomber, so decided that I might be able to make these last as long as those now retired items. They don't seem the bomber level that the price commands in my opinion. If they were cheaper, I would have considered keeping them. They felt nice on the hand just kind of lacking substance.

    Warm and Dry

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Gore liner and backing will keep your hands dry and wick away sweat. I usually opt for lighter weight gloves as my hands run hot. These have been perfect for touring and backcountry riding as they pack well on the way up, and are just the right warmth for the way down. They have been very durable and are well constructed. My only complaint is that most gloves I've had in the past free years give you a nice material on the back of the thumbs for the cold weather induced runny nose... gross yes, but these gloves only have leather and gore-tex, which is not adequate for the runny nose job.

    Love it

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I needed warm gloves that I could use walking to and from the parking garage to work but flexible to give my hands the dexterity to drive my car and push various buttons in my car. These gloves are perfect! At single digit temp, my hand (more importantly finger tips) stayed warm.

    The only complaint would be, the leather portion of the gloves around the seams or edges seem to be fading or discoloring a little. Not sure if it is normal for gloves that are a month old...


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I had high hopes for these gloves. For nearly 300 dollars these gloves should be flawless. Their not. They are not particularly warm and they don't seem to breathe all that well.

    Best Glove I Have Owned

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    You have to take this review with a grain of salt because for a long time i skied with work gloves or just whatever i could find not really wanting to spend the money, i have had warm hands in temps down to almost zero as long as i was layered correctly at my core. They are incredibly waterproof and my hand don't get wet and clammy on the inside. Because the cuff is short i try to minimize how often i take them off when it is really coming down outside, but even if moisture gets in the gore-tex membrane will eventually eliminate the moisture due to its breathability

    Where do these gloves stand in regards to warmth? I am generally very hot and ski in basic Kinco work gloves on a regular basis in the Rockies. Lately my hands have been a bit colder and need something warmer. I have a pair of Hestra Leather Fall Line gloves that I have only had for a couple seasons. Lately they are really cold as I feel as though the lining quickly packed down and wore out. Are these warmer?

    Hey Benjamin,

    These Rush Gloves have more insulation compared to the Hestra Fall Line Gloves and will be warmer. Also, the PrimaLoft insulation does not pack out as easily as other synthetic insulations. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

    Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

    Unanswered Question

    How warm are these compared to the Lithic or Beta AR gloves?