Arc'teryx Phase Glove

Supplemental coziness for cold days.

Delivering lightweight warmth with generous dexterity for aerobic use and fast-paced ski tours, the Arc'teryx Phase Glove works exceptionally well on milder winter days, or as a cozy glove liner on cold and stormy powder days. Soft yet extremely durable Phasic AR-X fabric actively wicks moisture off your hands to prevent the cold, clammy feel during aerobic winter sports. Moreover, this fabric is touchscreen-compatible, allowing you to flip through your favorite playlist and take calls without freezing your fingers off.

  • Standalone or liner glove for skiing and shoulder seasons
  • Fabric wicks moisture and offers lightweight insulation
  • Touchscreen-compatible finger tips for smartphone use
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Good liner

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

used these in winter park this past December with a lithic glove in single digit temps. they kept my hands warm and dry no sweaty or clammy feeling. the touch screen feature did not work great but was not really a factor for me

Great Gloves BUT A Big Problem

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These gloves are exactly what I had been looking for. Good snug but not tight fit, decent in cold weather as a stand alone glove and durable (I actually hooked these on a thorn bush and after hearing the ripping noise expected to look down and see a huge tear - nothing, not even a mark). BUT...that smooth comfy feel comes at a cost: you can't grab anything with them. I wore to set up my new tent and they simply had no friction to grip anything. They just slide on fabrics, the metal of fabrics or tools, etc. Was pretty frustrating using them for tasks and trying to get enough of a grip to slide a tent pole into a sleeve, pull the tabs of the fly to secure, push in a tent stake,etc.. So depending on what you're getting these for that can be a big factor. For everything else they were excellent.