Specs

Sizes S, M, L, XL
Weight 240 g / 8.5 oz
Fit Full-length cuff
Materials GORE-TEX® XCR® Membrane Technology, Polartec® Thermal Pro® Mid Loft, Burly™ double weave, Primaloft® One 200g, Lezanova Leather

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Arc'teryx's Zenta AR Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Zenta AR Glove FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Zenta AR Glove Burly Double Weave softshell outer glove with leather palm has Gore-Tex XCR waterproof / breathable liner 200 g Primaloft One insulation provides additional warmth Softshell fabrics add suppleness to back of hand Glove friendly, easy pull, one-handed gauntlet drawcords self-adjusting wrist elastic Wide gauntlet slides easily over shell and insulation layers

- Moosejaw

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 Coreloft insulation for a true all-around winter package worthy of your best face-shot days.

- Backcountry.com

Delivering substantial warmth with waterproof/breathable Gore-Tex(R) XCR(R) protection, the Zenta AR Gloves from Arc'Teryx provide incredible warmth while maintaining dexterity.

- REI

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.

- CampSaver.com

Arc'teryx Men's Zenta AR Glove

currently retails for:
$174.95
MSRP: $185.00

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