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Arc'teryx Venta Glove


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    12 Reviews


    Protective and comfortable from start to finish.

    Arc'teryx designed the Venta Glove for active pursuits in winter whether you're backcountry skiing, running, or snowshoeing. Its three-layer Windstopper shell blocks brisk winds and still breathes for skinning up to the backcountry, and a DWR coating sheds snowfall and wet weather to keep your hand comfortably dry. A high-loft fleece lining offers lightweight warmth, moisture management, and quick-drying comfort. The Venta also features a palm grip for ski poles, leather reinforcements, and touchscreen-compatible convenience.

    • Three-layer Windstopper shell
    • Hi-loft fleece lining
    • Touchscreen-compatible finger and thumb tips
    • Palm grip
    • Leather reinforced clip in point
    • Item #ARC00D6

    Tech Specs

    [shell] N72s Windstopper (3-Layer), [reinforcements] leather, [lining] hi-loft fleece
    DWR treatment
    Palm Grip
    yes, TPU print
    Touchscreen Compatible
    yes, PU finger and thumb tips
    Claimed Weight
    1.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, winter running, fitness
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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I wore these for the first time of a multi-day hike in single digit temps. They were good while I was hiking, but I had to wear mitts over them after a while at my sites. I like them because they allow the dexterity to do my camp tasks (e.g. start fire, cook, unpack), and they fit comfortably in my mitts. I was also able to take pics with my wife's phone without removing them. I got caught in a snowstorm during the last day of the same trip and did end up adding my mitts over them while hiking because the wind was howling. Overall,considering the conditions I saw and the low profile of these gloves, these gloves perform really well. My hands did not go numb or have the cold pain of previous years with cheaper gloves. No regrets. I'll be using them again this year in similar conditions.

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My biggest concern with gloves has always been limitation of what my hands can do while wearing them. I am very impressed with how well these fit and how many things I can do in them that I cant in other gloves. Ive worn them in strong cold winds and didnt notice a thing, light precipitation came and still didnt notice a thing. These gloves are amazing if you use them for their designed intent: wind blocking and light rain. That being said Ill say what you shouldnt use these gloves for...
    Dunking and holding them in snow/water
    Giant rain storms

    If you need a glove to pick up and hold snow then get an insulated glove, not these. But these go amazing under an insulated glove since they are so next-to-skin and then when you take off your bigger glove then your hands wont freeze from the wind while you try to tie your shoe or do something on your phone.

    I ordered these in small and medium and returned the medium because i wanted these to be no unused space inside the glove to be more precise. BS support handled the return amazingly, as always.

    Long winter walks

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The gloves are warm and work great on long winter walks. Your hands have the feel of freedom with this glove. The walking weather is often in the twenty's with slight snow. You must zip them in your pockets for they can fall out due to their light weight.

    Great XC ski glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Got these so I'd have a windproof glove for skate skiing. The really lightweight gloves I'd been using before weren't windproof which was a problem on windy days. Didn't want something too warm since I don't like to overheat when I'm skiing, just needed something to cut the wind. Have worn them a few times and am they're great. Thin and easy to ski with, and breathable enough so that even on a bluebird day when things warm up my hands don't get too warm.

    They run a bit small - I tried both the Large and XL, definitely needed the XL, and even in that size the fingers could use a tiny bit more length to be ideal. No problems because of that, just a bit more room would be nice.

    Right idea, execution is....lacking

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I wanted to love these gloves as a lightweight thin, but totally windproof glove that I could use while doing light winter stuff and paragliding. They did just that (and wonderfully), keeping most of the cold out (I was happy with them down to 32-40ish) while still having plenty of dexterity. Until the 3rd week of owning them, the stitching on my right cuff just gave out and started unraveling. I was pretty annoyed given how much they cost and how little I used them.

    I've been slowly steering away from all the arc'teryx stuff these days I feel like you can get a better deal with probably equal or better quality elsewhere these days, but that's just my view.

    BC was, as always, amazing with their customer service which is why I keep coming back even when I get a dud!

    Snowsport must-have

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Got these so I could use my camera in the snow and on the summit. (Canon G10 and iPhone6) Super light and pretty darn thin for being completely water/wind proof. Able to articulate my movement enough to change camera settings or un-clip small carabiner, but could use them to build snowmen if I wanted. These are now my snowshoeing go-to and will be used on sunny ski days too I have no doubt.

    Snowsport must-have

    I am looking for a glove like this for winter camera operation. Looking mainly at this and OR stormtracker. Do you think that the Venta gloves will still be dexterous enough for camera operation with an added liner, and would they be warm enough for temps in the teens or even single digits (with liner)?

    Don't think you'll be able to fit a liner at all, and you likely won't need one. I operate a Cannon G10 and iPhone 6s with them in below zero temps.... If you do try to stuff a liner in, better go a size up. Some of the dexterity is due to design, while some is due to a 'next-2-skin' fit.

    How well do they work in the snow? Say you have to brush snow off your car, adjust your bindings, or throw a snowball or two. Will they stay warm and dry after spending a while out in the snow?

    Hi James! These have some water resistance, but they are meant for minimal contact with snow and rain. So, while they won't immediately get soaked after brushing your car off or throwing a few snow balls, you do have to be mindful of how much moisture you expose them to. Arcteryx's Agilis glove will be fully waterproof, while still having a fair amount of dexterity. Let me know if you have any more questions!