Black Diamond Arc Gloves

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Arc Glove by Black Diamond. The warmest glove in the Ultralight Series, the Arc's lightweight, motocross-inspired design is complemented by a full waterproof insert. Features of the Black Diamond Arc Glove Fixed lining with 100% waterproof BDry insert 2-layer stretch-woven shell Fixed tricot lining 40 g Thinsulate Insulation Pittards Oil Tac leather palm and capped fingers (not designed to withstand High-speed rappelling) Secure hook-and-loop closure with gusset at wrist

- Moosejaw

A warm ultralight glove perfect for daylong ski tours, the Black Diamond Arc's motocross-inspired design is complemented by a 100% waterproof BDry(TM) insert. A snug fit and Pittards Oil Tac leather palm and capped fingers optimize the Arc's dexterity and functionality. Imported. 100% waterproof BDry insert Two-layer stretch-woven shell with microfleece back Pittards Oil Tac leather palm and capped fingers (not designed for speed rappelling) Secure hook-and-loop closure at wrist


Build off a motocross design for dexterity and functionality, yet backed with fleece and protected by a BDry waterproof insert, Black Diamond's Arc glove is ideal for highly active trips in cool and wet environments. Going light doesn't mean sacrificing performance with snug fitting gloves that provide warmth and durability.

- Mountain Gear

Inspired by the simple and highly-durable design of motocross gloves, the Black Diamond Arc Gloves offer basic protection from the weather in a tough-as-nails package. Run these insulated gloves through the paces an alpine climb or a ski tour into the high-alpine and they'll return the favor by easily fending off cold and wet conditions. Rather than break the bank with a pair of brutally-overpriced mountaineering gloves, reach for the Arc Gloves and keep some cash for the post-adventure party.