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Arc'teryx Venta Glove

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    Versatility at its best.

    On Mondays you run, on Tuesdays you snowshoe, on Wednesdays you go touring, and Thursdays you cycle. So, for lightweight protection that's as versatile as you are, there’s the Arc’teryx Venta Gloves. A three-layer Windstopper shell blocks cold air from sapping warmth from your hands and a waterproof coating sheds snowfall and rain to keep you dry. Venta Gloves also feature TPU palm laminates, leather reinforced clipping loops, and touchscreen compatible fingertips.

    • Lightweight gloves for cold weather activities
    • Windstopper material with DWR finish
    • Lightweight, elastic fabric is comfortable to wear
    • Touchscreen sensitive pads on thumb and index finger
    • Self-adjusting cuffs for optimum warmth
    • TPU reinforced palm adds grip to poles or handlebars
    • Easily attaches to backpack with clip-in loop
    • Item #ARC00QH

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] N72s Windstopper (3-layer), [reinforcement] TPU high abrasion protection (palm), leather (wrist)
    Waterproofing
    DWR finish
    Style
    glove
    Closure
    trim-fit cuff
    Touchscreen Compatible
    yes, PU fingertip pads
    Claimed Weight
    1.6oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, road running, trail running, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, training
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Run in the cold

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got these for running in the cold winter months and they have worked great. I have a problem wearing gloves when running, but these are not bulky are worked out perfectly. Super breathable and they keep out the wind.

    They've been great for the winter runs

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Purchased these because I wanted a low-profile but warm glove for running during the winter. These have done just that! I like the fit, style, and functionality. Haven't had any durability issues thus far but I haven't been using them for climbing, touring, etc.

    Love them

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've got a pair of these and I think I've got 2 full seasons of touring in on them. These are one of my favorite gloves. And I now use them for warmer weather ice climbing while not at a belay station.

    I'll confirm that mine have broken down pretty fast. Mostly in the wrist area. The durability isn't a problem with the fabric, just the stitching closer to my wrist. The seams started opening up around day 4 or 5 of use. And I think since then I've put another 50 days of use on them.

    For me, the stitching issue isn't a deal breaker since I'm stoked they've lasted this long. But I can see how it'd be an issue for most folks.

    I've also started wearing through the touch screen material on the finger tips. But again, I'm not too concerned. After 50 days, I've gotten more than my fair share of use out of them. And I expect I'll get another 30-40 days before total failure.

    If Arc'teryx can fix this issue, then these would be the best glove on the market.

    Good But Design Flaw

      They work well, had them on in sub 10 degree F weather this morning for a run, hands were toasty and comfortable. The issue I have with these is in the stitching around the top of the glove. This is my second pair (returned first pair for this reason), with barely any tugging on the glove to remove them from sweaty hands the stitching pops. Over time there will be a gap between the top of the glove and fleece area that protects the wrists. Backcountry sent me another pair because my first pair ripped and after the first wear today with the new pair the same spot ripped again. For $70 gloves I expect them to stay in tact no matter what. They are good gloves I just don’t think they will last more than one season because of the ripping, pretty disappointing. At least I got one run in them

      Junk

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

      Started falling apart in one month. I barely wore them so there is no excuse for this. This is the second piece of arcteryx gear to fall apart after mild use/new condition. Now I have to wait at least 6 weeks to get it repaired (right when I won’t need them). It’s sad to see a reputable company turn into this...

      Junk

      Windstopper

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These gloves are suuuuper warm, they're just barely warm enough, but the windstopper finish is really the best part about these gloves. As long as you're being active when you wear them (or have a thin liner to put under them), they're awesome and will keep your digits dry and protected.

      Get one size bigger than your normal siz

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      Get one size bigger than your normal size! I bought this glove for an overseas travel during a cold winter. However, I think that it will work fine for snow sports although I have not yet tested it!