Arc'teryx Men's Zenta AR Glove

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Arc'teryx Zenta AR Glove
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Are the Arc'tyrex Zenta AR gloves just another pair of ski gloves? Oh, no, no. They are packed with features that keep your fingers dry and warm while you take as many runs as you wanna. There is no holding you back with gloves made of super Gore-Tex XCR and reinforced in the palms and fingers with genuine leather. Gauntlet style, the Zenta AR gloves have a long cuff that reaches well up the forearm, with an adjustable wrist cinch that lets you stay in control of your comfort. When not in use, the Arctyrex Zenta AR can easily be hooked onto a carabiner with special clips on the cuff.


  • Self adjusting wrist elastic for comfortable fit
  • Athletic e3D Fit increases dexterity
  • Anatomical shaping for fit and comfort


  • DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface
  • Burly™ Double Weave softshell fabric with leather palm overlay
  • Softshell fabric sections in hand and cuff area for mobility and breathability
  • Polartec® Wind Pro® mid-loft fleece liner adds warmth and dries quickly


  • 200g Primaloft® One insulation keeps hands warm without bulk

Weather and Wind:

  • Seam-free fingertips
  • Adjustable cuff closure allows you to fully seal out the cold and snow
  • Waterproof
  • DWR coating encourages the beading and sloughing of moisture
  • Wide gauntlet wraps around your jacket cuff to keep out snow
  • GORE-TEX® XCR® waterproof/breathable liner keeps hands dry


  • One-hand, easy adjust, cuff cinch with webbing pull tab


  • Laminated elastic tunnel on the cuff cinches tight with a tug of the drawcord
  • Leather reinforced palm and fingers
  • Lezanova leather
  • Surface clean only
  • Full, gauntlet-style cuff for increased wrist coverage
  • Glove-friendly, one-handed gauntlet drawcords are easy to secure
  • Wide-entry writ opening for easy on/off
  • Clip-in loop to easily attach to a carabiner
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Zenta AR Glove.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Zenta AR Glove.
Pull on the Arc'teryx Zenta AR Gloves and get ready to blast some backcountry. Built with a Gore-Tex XCR membrane, this gloves allow full breathability while waterproofing your paws. Premium materials like Lezanova leather complement a generous helping of PrimaLoft One insulation for a true all-around winter package worthy of your best face-shot days.

The Arcteryx Zenta AR Glove delivers substantial warmth with waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX XCR protection. This gauntlet glove is insulated with 200g of PrimaLoft One insulation and lined with Polartec fleece. Aggressive articulation provides dexterity, and supple leather reinforces high-wear zones.


If the weather in your snow playground is known to get downright Antarctican, prevent numb, frost-bitten fingers with the Arc’teryx Zenta AR GORE-TEX® Glove, the company’s warmest glove. The GORE-TEX® waterproof-breathable fabric, fleece liner and 200g Primaloft® One insulation combine to keep you warm through anything. The softshell design is supple and snug, and the leather palm gives you the grip you need in the backcountry.

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Also available for: Women
Activity:All Around
Best Use Gloves:Ski
Closure:Full, gauntlet-style cuff
Glove Features:Gauntlet
Glove Outer Material:Polartec Thermal Pro Mid Loft
Glove Palm Material:Lezanova Leather
Glove Type:Gloves
Insulation Material:Polartec® Thermal Pro® Mid Loft
Material:Gore-Tex XCR Membrane technology
Material Technology:GORE-TEX
Palm Material:Leather reinforced palm and fingers
Removable Liner:No
Seam Taped:Yes
Shell Material:GORE-TEX® XCR® Technology
Weight:8.5 oz / 240 g
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Arc'teryx Zenta AR Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I've never bought anything from Arc'teryx that I thought was anything less than amazing, and these gloves are the same. Construction is top-shelf, and they're as warm as you'd want for anything in the lower 48.

Adam Riser at on 01/03/2013

Negative Reviews:

Like most Arc'teryx gear, these are beautifully crafted, with excellent attention to detail. I'm 6'2" with largish hands, and the XL fit fairly well; the fingers and glove in general are fairly wide and roomy, which is not great in my opinion, as I find that a snug fit yields better dexterity. I could have lived with this, but the real killer for me was that the liners of these gloves are rather bulky and are joined to the shell only at the fingertips. When backcountry skiing or climbing, I often remove my gloves to fiddle with skins or dive into my pack; with these, if my hands are even a bit damp it's damn near impossible to get them back on without the liners bunching up in the fingers. The thumb is particularly bad, as it's attached to the shell only on the back of the glove, where your thumbnail would be; I could feel lots of slop between the liner and the shell in the thumb, which made gripping things pretty tough. These might be OK for resort skiing or anyone who plans to put them on and rarely remove them. I returned these; the RAB guide gloves were way better in this regard; those are my go-to glove from now on.

dre2463579 at on 03/01/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Pros: Warm, waterproof, easy to use and quality sealing cuffs. Arcteryx always uses great materials and makes quality stuff
Con: really bulky throughout the hand, I bet some of this insulation would pack down with use, but not enough for me
Also: fingers seemed short and stubby, the hand fit with room to spare and my fingers found the end of the glove, the webbing between my thumb and forefinger was pronounced in the glove as well. This is not something I've experienced with gloves before, just something to consider for your fit.

Brills at on 01/16/2013

These gloves have some good features such as waterproof, breathable, good build quality etc. But they aren't much warmer than my Sigma lt gloves. The 200 grams of primaloft insulation just isn't enough.
These gloves only weigh 8 ounces and I think as far as gloves are concerned, the heavier they are, the warmer they are going to be(some exceptions).
I exchanged them for some Marmot ultimate guide gloves (which weigh 13 ounces) and they are significantly warmer and cost $20 less.

The Church Is True at on 12/14/2011