Peter H.wrote a review of Arc'teryx Rush SV Glove on September 16, 2019
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have just bought my second pair of Rush SVs used for skiing, the first pair having served me for 5 years and 10 winters with over c60 days on snow pa. They are eye wateringly high priced. However, for the money they are the most waterproof and most hardwearing gloves I have found to date from all the major brands (which from experience typically last no more than two years before needing replacement).
Based in Australia, I'm lucky to score two winters each year under very different condtions: one in Australia where we have relatively warm (rarely below -5 C) but often wet/rainy skiing and the Rush SVs have never failed to keep my dry and on the hill when everyone else had headed for home. And one in the Northern Hemisphere, chasing pow in either Japan or North America (typically much, much colder and drier). The only minor negative is, as many other users have reported, they are not the warmest of gloves: around -12C I find they need an additional (silk) liner to keep toasty.