Arc'teryx Delta AR Glove

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The Delta AR Glove by Arcteryx. Made with a pill resistant High Loft fleece shearling, these breathable gloves can be used on their own on cold dry days or as a warm insulation layer under protective shells. Articulated shaping enhances dexterity and slim-fit stretch cuffs reduce bulk under layers.

FEATURES of the Arcteryx Delta AR Glove.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Delta AR Glove.


  • High Loft fleece shearling
  • Rentex stretch knit polyester spandex blend
  • Trim, stretch knit cuff fabric fits easily under other layers


  • Lezanova leather
  • Leather pull-tab with clip-in loop
When you want light weight and breathability it often means that you have to sacrifice warmth. That's not the case with the Arc'Teryx Delta AR Glove. The Delta is made with a pill-resistant, high-loft shearling that works well as insulation for a shell glove or as a stand-alone glove on cold, dry days. Aggressively articulated fingers provide exceptional dexterity, and slim-fit stretch cuffs give you a snug fit with added bulk.
Maintain dexterity, even in the bitter cold, with the Delta AR glove from Arc'teryx™.
A breathable, insulated glove that is ideal as a insulation layer or on its own during cold-weather activities like trekking, skiing, snowboarding, backcountry skiing, and alpine climbing.
Lightweight, quick-drying, pill-resistant, high-loft fleece shearling construction.
Anatomical shaping for optimal fit and comfort.
Articulated patterning promotes unrestricted mobility.
Stretch woven cuffs.
Leather pull tab with clip-in loop that easily clips to a carabiner.
· Lezanova leather.
· Rentex™ Stretch Knit - 88% polyester, 12% Spandex.
· Fleece shearling.
Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
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Arc'teryx Delta AR Glove Reviews:


My second review of this glove (Zappos doesn't let you edit reviews). Still the winner - best fit and smallest seams of all the Polartech fleece gloves I've tested. Roundup: #2 Patagonia Synchilla - very good glove; easier on/off, friction fingers are useful, but thicker seams, and it squeaks! #3 TNF Denali - another very good glove, very similar and almost as good as Patagonia Synchilla; but prominent seams, baggier. #4 Black Diamond HeavyWeight Liner - if you have long, skinny fingers, this should be high on your list; well made; not a fleece glove - doesn't suffer from thick seams. #5 Black Diamond WoolWeight - very tight cuff ruins an otherwise promising glove. #6 Seirus Xtreme All Weather - for skinny fingers only; neoprene is stiff and not stretchy - hard to get your hand through the cuff. #7 Columbia M Thermarator Glove - baggy, thin, not really in the running If you want a sticky grip, you should also consider a work glove such as PIP WA1403A Tek Seamless Knit Latex Grip, Memphis CN9690L Ninja Ice Nylon Gloves, or Kinco Frost Breaker. I would have liked to also include Outdoor Research, Mountain Hardwear and Rab in this round up.
Anonymous - customer at on 02/13/2014

I never thought I'd use the words "Arc'teryx" and "bargain" together, but these gloves make me do it. Even at full price they're a bargain, and I found a pair on sale. Thick, soft, warm, good-looking, true-to-size, easy on and off. They do what they claim to, functioning on their own in cold (but not super-cold), dry weather or as a substantial liner. Only negative that I can think of is that the palms are a bit slippery for driving, but not bad. An all-around great buy.

dalto at on 01/18/2012
Best of the heavy-weight liners I've tested (Black Diamond HeavyWeight Liner, Columbia M Thermarator Glove, Seirus Xtreme All Weather Glove). Well-made, comfortable, reasonably warm, least constriction of the fingers without being baggy. Good dexterity, long knit cuff with with a useful tab for pulling on. Cons: -Snow sticks to fleece. -Touchscreen fingertip would be useful.
Anonymous - customer at on 02/05/2014

I've had multiple pairs of fleece gloves and these are by far my favorites. The fit tightly but are supremely warm and dextrous. I do wish they had some faux leather in the palm to improve grip, but I can't fault them for that because they're not billed as that type of glove.

davp106368 at on 01/03/2013

First off they are sooooo warm! And second if you look closely to how the fingers are stitched you can see they mapped each finger individually. This makes a big difference when you are putting it inside another glove. There is no extra material adding bulk.

Matt Park at on 09/24/2013

A very warm glove. Nice attention to detail (however, with Arc'Teryx this is the norm). If you're going to be getting them in contact with snow, I do not recommend this one. This is great for short hikes, commuting, hitting the town in style, etc.

Brian Reilly at on 11/14/2013

Awesome glove! Fits under an insulated shell glove as a heavy-duty liner. Great when running, cross-country skiing or just wandering around town. Very fluffy with a close-fitting elasticized cuff.

Camille S at on 01/06/2014